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Maintenance Thread

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I noticed my BB was creaky while riding yesterday. I can never keep the BB tool from slipping so it finally occurred to me to get a bolt long enough to hold the tool firmly in place. M8 with fine threads 40mm length worked well and I could still get a 1" socket over the tool to torque the BB.
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Would a Raleigh Ozark mountain bike be good for commuting?

>derailleurs >2013

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>shift without pedaling >less dishing resulting in vastly stronger rear wheels >straight chainline >no dirt to foul up the cogs >simple maintenance >impervious to the elements >chain can be encapsulated by a guard or even replaced with a belt to compound on these benefits >clean look >proven track record of durability >no rear derailleur to bend out of shame Why haven't these taken off in the bike market?

Great biking feels

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You know, stuff that just doesn't happen when you're in a car. >riding to work >going through neighborhood >riding about 22mph >kid on scooter stops and stares >he waves excitedly as you pass at what must look like light speed to him >wave back with a hearty "Mornin'!" >coming home from work >same neighborhood, different kid >he has a whistle >blows the whistle to imaginary cross traffic as you approach an intersection >waves you through >salute him for his good work You're just able to interact so much more with the world around you on a bike than you can in a car. It's great, and makes even commuting to work fun.
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I am selling this piece of crap and buying a new bike. My uncle has a Cannondale that is really nice. It is a road bike frame w/ larger tires and stronger rims so it rides well on dirt/grass as well as the road. I was wondering which Cannondale models you guys would recommend. Not too vintage. Thanks
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Will be riding on london streets with steel frame + 88mm carbon clincher rear wheel and 60mm carbon clincher front wheel Frame is about 12 kilos, wheels are both sub 1kilo, so total bike weight is about 14kilos, then total bike weight + me is 82kilos. No suspension, road bike singlespeed style old school frame. I weigh 68kg Can I do the following activities without breaking the wheels: Mount kerbs: Dismount kerbs: Wheelie: Endo 45degrees when breaking then land on rear wheel: survive a mild bump/crash into rear of car/bus: Thanks
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Are they any good for longer commutes (15 km, which is 3 times what I usually ride to school, so it's long by my shitty standards)? I'm guessing they are since pros use this kind of stuff (not this exact object).
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Just received some bike shorts w/ chamois off ebay. They only cost $15 each. They fit really well, are 8 panel construction, but the chamois seems to hang low in the back, kind feels like a fucking diaper just hanging there. Is it normal for it to hang low a little, looks bad from behind. I assume better quality shorts fit snugly up tight better>
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Hey /n/ I'm looking to buy a new wheelset for criteriums exclusively. I'm trying to decide if I should get the Zipp 60s or the HED Jet 4s. Since I work at a bike shop I get them for a really good price and they're both relatively around the same price for me. Which ones do you guys suggest? I'm mainly looking for stiffness and responsiveness.
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do want. do fucking want with all of my want. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7buTCULLeY
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I have a square spindle, and no tool to remove really tight fixed cup, anyone made himself that little bolt and spacers tool sheldon brown used? how is it??
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Hey /n/, I've always been a big fan of Vans canvas shoes and love how they can still be comfortable when you slip them on barefoot and go outside during the spring and summer. I just ordered another pair of vans recently, pictured, but I started to think how suited they are for cycling. I'm not a hardcore racer or anything, but I was wondering if cycling sneakers really offer that much of a difference in comfort when cycling.
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I have come to the conclusion that everything made by SRAM is shit.
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Is 45mm mechanical trail good for street riding with an average speed of 25-30 km/h ? >pic unrelated
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Hello my /n/ew (hopefully) internet friends! I want to buy a new bike, but I am not sure what I should buy! I like having "big" trips, around 80-100km, but I also enjoy some dirt riding on mountains! My usage of the bike will be 80% road and 20% mountain trails! What should I buy then? I am really interested in Merida, but I am open to any suggestions! I was thinking that a 29er would be the best choice for both road and mountain! Opinions? pic related, it's the Merida Crossway 40D, a trekking/hybrid bike
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How was AF447 not exclusively the pilots' fault? http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xz57px_mayday-air-crash-investigation-s12e13-vanished-air-france-flight-447-1080p-hd_shortfilms#.UYfwWbUQZVL
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I caught the spirit of /n/ on camera yesterday
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Browsing Gilt Home today, they're selling Sole bikes for $295. Same crappy hi-ten frames with no name components you see spammed all over Cl these days. The product description, however, is hilarity. Hi tensile steel-fully tig welded frame with fork end dropouts Hi tensile steel-tig welded threadless fork Riser handle bars with oury grips Cionilli plush rivet fixed gear seat Durable 700 x 25C tires Sealed cartridge bottom bracket Alloy 170mm, Alloy 48T crankset with five-bolt chain-ring Gear ratio is 48:16 Flip-flop fixed/single speed 16T hub KMC chain with presta valve Machine/double walled 'Deep Dish' 45MM rim Seatpost is 25.4 by 300mm Total weight: 26lbs Brand: Solé Bicycle Co. Material: Steel Origin: United States
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With summer fast approaching, it's time for the Wildwood boardwalk tramcar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9_HOjNN4uk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMKFu426ccg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtSSEe8qDSk
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