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Leyland Class 142s

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Leyland Class 142s. The 'marmite' of the North West's rail network in England. Half bus, half train. Essentially a Leyland National bus on a wagon chassis. These units were planned to last less than 10 years but have managed to last 32 years and are still going. 94/96 of these units still survive in daily service with Arriva Trains Wales and Northern. Opinions on them? Personally, I like them for their quirkiness.

/n/ humor

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Been a while, /n/ humor thread?
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What is the best/most major upgrade in biking over the last 20 years? Seems small, but I might have to go with indexed shifting.

Bike touring general

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I'm going to do a bike tour in the 3rd world soon and I have some questions: I should get 26" rims, right? I have a cheap bike with 28" ones now, but I'd rather do a quality upgrade to save myself trouble down the line. I'm willing to spend like 1500$ for a quality bike if necessary. Do you have some suggestions for bikes with frames for 26" rims? Or should I order parts seperately and ensemble them? Are steel frames important or is aluminum sufficient? Does steel frames have longer lifespan? I'll probably be doing more riding after this tour. Could I check secondhand stores for bikes with steel frames and built it up myself? Or are new touring bike frames of much higher quality? (I probably won't find anything in the stores here anyway as I live in a small town). Is important to have a well fitting frame? I'm 175cm but have long legs, my current bike is 18" and it's one size too big for me on the bike size chart. Idk if a smaller one would be more comfy. Should I use panniers or a bike trailer? Should I use suspension forks? I'm planning to go very far, as long as my money last (4000$). I'll probably do more tours afterwards as well. So I'd like to get quality equipment now to save me from trouble down the line.

Oval Chainring

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Do these really work? Lots of pro riders use them, but I've heard they fuck up your knees. To anyone who does use them, where could I find a ring in 144 bcd?
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I need help buying replacement headset bearings. I have an 09 Marin Mount Vision 5.6 with notchy bearings. (1 1/8 headset) How do I know what specific size or numbers am I looking for when buying replacements? From what I can tell is it has a TH-888 headset? There is very little I can find about TH-888.


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What's your walk score, /n/? https://www.walkscore.com/
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Starting a new /bbg/ thread. Post your bike buying questions here. Don't forget to include your size and your local craigslist. I am a roadie, but I'm interested in getting a hardtail XC bike for racing and trail riding when I feel like a change from the road. Budget is $900, and I want 2x, hydraulic discs, and an air suspended fork. Found this Raleigh Tekoa Comp that fits all of those requirements for a very attractive price. Anybody have anything bad to say of these?

Your views on large cars like Range Rover?

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Aren't they better? More people can fit inside,they look fine, have space for lot of things behind,strong tires and bigger chance of surviving in case of car accident.

/Bike Questions General/

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Scored this MTB for free from my moving neighbor. I already took off the broken stuff (rack, grip-shifters, rusty cables and housings) I bought a solid wheelset for this bike for cheap which is compatible up to 11spd, now i am thinking about converting it to a 1x drivetrain. Do i need to change the crankset? to a 2x or 1x? i currently run the stock 3x crankset (as a singlespeed since i dont have shifters atm)


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Service between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach starts in July. Miami portion opens up late August/early September. Phase II aka the Orlando Leg was set for earlier 2018 but is up in thin air now thanks to some of the counties along the route.

/pybt/ - Post Your Bike Thread

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Old ones run its course
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How do you stop /n/iggers from stealing your bike? one spook cut through my chain...

Why can't Ameripigs do this?

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Since I live in Atlanta....what's y'all opinion towards MARTA?
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>no brake lights >no head lights >no turn signals >no license plate >no registration >no insurance >struggle to reach normal traffic speeds of many roads >struggle to accelerate to top speed after stopping >more users have a habit of failing to stop/yield than motor vehicles for the above reasons >people still think they should be allowed on roads, bike lanes or not

itt: Granger Railroads

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Railroads for whom a significant portion of their traffic involved hauling farm/grange produce (especially grain/wheat) across the Great Plains & Midwestern U.S. While there's no conclusive definition of the term, it's generally considered to include well-known railroads such as the... >Chicago, Burlington & Quincy >Chicago & Northwestern >Illinois Central >Milwaukee Road >Rock Island ...as well as a bunch of smaller, lesser-known & long gone railroads. There are some pretty good railroads here that often get overlooked, so I figured we could have a thread to dump pictures & discuss them. Let's keep the focus primarily centered on the Midwestern operations of these railroads.
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Why is the U-bahn in Berlin so fucking good?
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Is it possible that Simon Richardson is the best boy?

UCI hate thread

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This is the official anti-UCI thread. In this thread, we talk about how much we hate the UCI. Btw, literally every single member of the UCI (as in the organizers and people that run it, NOT the racers that race in sanctioned races) is a fred.

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