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Tell me all you know about vintage bike frames. I'm looking to build a beater road bike with a vintage steel frame. That straight top tube and simple design. What are decent brands for frames that I should look out for? Not entirely interested in getting the top of the line model of years past. Something well made and a reputation for durability. Also, modern drivetrain on vintage frames. What should I look out for. I heard you might need to bend the frame to fit somethings. I would like to get vintage campagnolo group but those are quite expensive. Might as well fit a modern campagnolo veloce groupset instead. Thanks.

LBS or Jenson?

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Hey /n/. I have a fucked up rim, and am going to have to either attempt to get it fixed (it's pretty boned) and just go to my lbs. Or cut the crap and pick something up off Jenson. I ride a 10-speed Centurion, mostly as a commuter, but I do go on 60k's from time to time. tl;dr >busted rim >27 1/14 Rigida. >LBS or Jenson.

Riding Technique

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(accidentally posted this in >>454810 don't hurt me pls) Pre-Ramble: Hello /n/, i used to bike as a child, stopped through my schooling years, but now I'm taking it up again as: a) A less joint-destroying replacement for long distance running (i enjoy that shit) b) Travel efficiency - why use a car to go <10km when you can ride? I've purchased a used 2003 Cannondale Silk Path 500 [Hybrid, 24 speed, Front suspension w/ lock] for $200 and now all I need to do is perfect my riding technique. Questions: -What cadence (pedal rpm) should I aim for? -When's the best time to change gears? -How high should my seat be? (i.e. fully straight leg or slightly bent [i've heard different things from different people]) -Should I bother with straps or clips or other foot-pedal fasteners? If so, where can I get the appropriate equipment? -Should I lock the front suspension while on road to waste less energy? -If I'm running ~25-30km over 2 hours, how far should I aim to ride over 2 hours? -How do i not get run over while on the road in twilight/night periods? -How do i not get run over while in heavy traffic? -When do you stand up on a bike? -Any other protipz?
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First visit to this board and the entire first page is bikes. Why don't you just have one sticky bike thread. Discuss other types of transportation in this thread.

How do you...

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Dear Diy/n/ers I have been trying to remove these cranks off of an old project and even though I remove the bolt, nothing is loosened. I have never worked with this style of crankset before so how do I remove it?

Second Hand bikes

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Need some help not very experienced at bike buying, any thoughts on this ? Or any pointers what about what things to look out for in second hand bikes? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ribble-56-cms-road-bike-campag-/121074053006?pt=UK_Bikes_GL&hash=item1c30936f8e

Train Sex!

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This lady comes up and strokes your tank engine, what do you say?
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http://www.amazon.com/Navi-Chromoly-White-Micargi-Schwinn/dp/B00A54HZ36 Tell me why this bike is a piece of shit for the price.

Pannier Bags

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I want an /fa/ canvas, tweed, leather, or other retro pannier bag for my wonderful cannondale hybrid tourer. Am i gonna get anything cheaper than: http://www.bikeexchange.com.au/bike_accessories/other/bags/leadermind-leather-pannier-set/carlton/vic/102049815 Or is this shit all expensive (i.e. >$50)

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Cycling Maintenance

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So I can do most basic bike repairs, but I want to become proficient in cycle maintenance, being able to repair any job. What's the best way to go about doing this? A few organisations near me run maintenance courses, but they're really expensive, and I don't feel as if this warrants spending that much money. Read a ton of guides? Practice on an old bike?

New Titanic? really?

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Is this necessary?
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what's your excuse for not riding today?
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Hi /n/! Grabbed this frame to a masi speciale fixed ltd for a nice price of $110. Looking to build a nice solid track bike, nothing flashy or hypebeast like 50% of most people who ride fixies. My only other bike at the moment is a cannondale caad8, and I feel like it's not being used like it should be as a daily driver commuter. So what I'm asking you is to suggest parts for me. The owner isn't including a fork, so keep that in mind. I don't have anything but the frame. Things i want 1. non flashy color scheme- steel, black, grey 2. durable 3. price friendly as possible, I have 350-400 to spend.
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Who here on this board owns this bike, I have a few questions
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Sup /n/ So I ride a fixed gear, and yesterday I started hearing a strange hissing sound. It's an occasional hissing sound that seems to be coming from the chain or the rear hub, I can't really tell. I cleaned my chain, loosened, tightened the chain again, and the sound persists. Should I just take the hub and grease it up? I don't know what is causing this sound and it's starting to bug me... Could it be from the chain? Did I not clean it thoroughly enough? Thanks for the help pic unrelated, I hate seat locks.

Unconventional Transportation Concepts

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Welp, it looks like /n/ has been taken over by bikes again. So lets have a thread about unconventional transportation. Surely /n/ remembers Skytran? Pic related. I literally cannot think of a more awesome or more practical. >2 seat pods can hold two passengers weighing 250lbs each >can travel in excess of 100mph using the energy equivalent of two electric hairdryers >energy net neutral (almost) with overhead solar panels >no traffic jams or congestion >cheaper to build per mile than any light rail system >more efficient than rail, bus, and even automobile travel
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I'm thinking of buying this bicycle as my first newer road bike. I wanted to know if you chaps thought it a good value? I am in a bit of a toss up between it and a brand new retail Allez Comp Apex. I will be pulling the trigger here soon and any words of advice are welcome BMC SL01 Ultegra build http://www.ebay.com/itm/BMC-SL01-with-Ultegra-XL-58-5-/111022582227?pt=Road_Bikes&hash=item19d97629d3 Specialized Allez Comp Apex http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bikes/road/allez/allezcompapexmidcompact
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I want to get my first road bike. should I get flat bar or drop bar? I want to go as fast as possible. I also want: to be able to do agile and dexterous maneuvers (I do lots of those with my current hybrid flat bar) to go off road in non-technical and light trails to ride my first century when its time Up until now I ride primarily in the city, so there is a lot of stop and go, lots of frequent braking and I dont think riding in the hoods is what you get drop bars for so, flat bar road bike or drop bars?
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For a daily ride to and from work, should I use a backpack, messenger bag, or a few racks and bags on my bike? Thinking of a seat rack, a triangle bag for just under the saddle, and possibly one of those double sided bags that go over the top tube just behind the stem. I don't want to overload or anything, just enough space for some shoes, drinks, a snack or two, and the ability to stuff half a subway sandwich in a bag if I decide to eat there on the way. Backpack sounds good, as it is on me and not directly weighing my bike down, and has lots of space, and won't be swinging around too much. Messenger bag sounds okay, the thought of a bag swinging around the whole time would probably drive me nuts, but the ability to reach in on the go and all that seem pretty nice. Not sure if I could sling it over my back and it would stay there or not. Any input from people who have a few bags/racks/backpacks etc and know from experience what the best route to go would be please fill me in thanks.






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