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Hey /n/. I own a Giant TXC 2, 2012 model. The tires are 35mm and I was wondering what effect equipping 28mm tires on it would have. Also, I'm looking for cyclo computer, any suggestions? Pic related.
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I know you get a lot of these threads so ill keep it simple. I was told to make a thread here for help buying/ building a new bike. my budget is around $700-&900 and I'm looking for a recreational bike that I use for a fitness bike for hours at a time. Pic related is a bike im thinking of getting. I also heard building one is a better way to go is that true?

Stolen Bike Thread

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Hey /n/, I'm really sad. The bike I toured the west coast with got stolen last week, so I built another bike with some spare parts. I was really lovin it but last night my new bike got stolen. Now I'm bike less and broke. Here's a shitty picture of the build I did.

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learnn the ways of... Bikarate!! your frame beats any batton,,,, use SPInning wheel of FACESCRAPING technique,,the old ways!
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I love riding my bicycle. But I don't know shit about it, and that bothers me. What are some resourced for getting in-depth knowledge on bikes? I want to take care of my bike as much as it's taken care of me.
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I had a dream last night that I was visiting Mexico City and they had two separate subway systems. One of them had elevated trains but you could also walk around on the elevated track much like the High Line Park in NYC. The trains were on the same level as the pedestrians and they moved at very high speed. On this line, I stood between two tracks and a fat chick decided to wait with me. I knew she was too fat to stand there and I tried to make her leave because she was risking her own life and mine. I tried and tried and then my alarm went off and ruined a strange dream. Anyway, what cities have multiple independent subway systems? Is the one in Mexico City worth a visit?
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ITT post your lap
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Is Specialized evil? The original Stumpjumper was a carbon copy of the Fisher and Ritchey mountain bike, i.e. no inovation other than mass production.
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affaaff

Is there any reason I shouldn't get a mountain bike?

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I want to get my first sport/athletic bicycle and I have no experience riding off-road or on mountains and trails. I usually ride around the city with my hybrid for 2-3 hours every two days, I ride hard and as fast as possible. I really enjoy cycling and want to get deep into it (for fun, not professionally). I enjoy the workout and the adrenaline rush and I want to get back home drenched in sweat from the effort. So, should I get a mountain bike? Is it entertaining and possible to go out on your own every day or so and ride the trails for a good workout and tons of fun?
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Another bike thread, sorry, I can delete this once I get a good answer if the trainfags would prefer. I have a drop bar roughly 24mm diameter, with 31.8mm diameter in the centre. I am buying a new stem to fit the center, but the brake shifters I want to mount have an internal diameter of slightly less (maybe 21, 22mm) than the outer diameter of the handlebars, so they're just a bit too small to fit. Can I file these down to fit? Will it substantially affect the stability? It's only about a millimetre around that needs to be taken off. Also seeing as the drop bars are curved will it need to be quite loose to fit around the curve or will it not matter too much? I can't remove the actual bracket thing on the shifters, it's integral to the construction. I don't have a photo but the pic shows something similar. Thanks /n/iggas.

probikekit

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Has anyone here used them? They legit? Whats up with the custom fees for shipping to the US? Are there any? I've never purchased something from outside the US before.
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I need some help deciding what pedals to get as of now I have some basic plastic ones. I want metal, black, and preferably with an easy surface to mount/dismount I have no idea about straps/cages, but supposedly I'm meant to ride with them. Major deciding point: price, must be cheap as fuck. Here's what I'm looking at, and pic is current bike they will be fitted on http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0010VTPT0 or http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005Q59H80 I know next to nothing about pedals, and is it dangerous to use straps/cages if I frequently weave in and out of traffic and stop/start in traffic?
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ECML now open for franchise bidding. Who would you like to see running it? >dat glorious InterCity livery
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can we have a space x thread?
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Alright /n/ post your board.
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OP of >>463592 here, I pretty much decided on the Sirrus because most of you felt like it was appropriate for what I'd need it for, simultaneously I've been talking to the mtbr forums about the same topic, I notice some more biased opinions about certain other types of bikes, i.e. road/cyclocross bikes, and for this topic, being in favor or a fanboy of one specific type of bike isn't a bad thing in my opinion, because obviously they like it for a good reason. I updated my choices to choose from these three bikes, but pretty much the UNO is out of the question because it is a single speed: http://uccyclery.com/product/13specialized-sirrus-122888-1.htm http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/gravity/liberty_cx.htm I'd love to hear some of your opinions about the two, keep in mind that if I can get the Liberty in store then I will especially if the shop has a price-beat policy, but I will definitely at least try it in store. One of the posters at mtbr said that it would be good to look into a fuji even if it isn't a house brand, but I'd like your opinions on this matter as well; Pic related, it's what I use at work, it's beat to hell because it is used 24 hours a day for the most part.

motorcycles

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i'm terribly bored thoughts on motorcycles and images go
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Hi /n/ Being new to this board I don't understand the hate against fixie riders. As someone who needs some stamina training it's a perfect way to improve it in a limited amount of time, hence I ride a fixie to commute plus it's easy to mount and without maintenance. >Pic related, my bike (old photos, changed the wheelset)

Wheel buying help

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Hey /n/, follow up to an older post. Bought an old bike, had trouble with the front wheel. Turns out, the axle was actually bent a little, and one of the cones was worn down about half a millimeter more than the other. Some light pitting on the cones, inner hub, and ball bearings, too. So need help buying a new wheel. What should I look for in a wheel? This is for an old Peugeot, I do some heavy riding long distance riding on it (average 30 mile day rides, weekends I push a century). Size is 700c x 25, would like to keep it that way so I can use the same tube and tires. Don't even know good sites to buy, as I've only gone through Amazon for lights before.






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