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YES !!! YES !!! YES !!!! Cyclist/Biker revenge thread
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>walking down running/walking path where it says "no bikes allowed" >about 1.5 miles long >do this often >dad is 70 years old, I walk with him on it >see that the sign is gradually defaced with stickers and spray paint saying "i dont think so" >bikers infest the running/walking track >they start applying road rules to it >my dad prefers not to be behind the bikers because he cannot see them coming >2 already bumped into him >one biker girl is there >we're walking on the side she's coming from she yells "wrong side" in the bitchiest meanest tone >feel hurt, she doesn't understand that bikes aren't even allowed here >next day >walking again >she passes by again and says with venom "wrong side, retard" >my dad yells "hey!" as she's cycling away >she ignores
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-23970047 130 deathcages pile up in unbelievable display of entitlement and carnage. When will cars be banned?
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New Tarmac SL4 Expert for commuting (15km). Would that be considered crazy?
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Driver deliberately runs over cyclist, damaging bike and crushing his leg. Los Angeles http://redd.it/1lt4wt

Bicycle Self Defense Thread

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So /n/, what dangers do you come across while riding and what are some ways you prepare to protect yourself and your belongings? pic related, I have to out run these daily
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Can we get a celebrity and their bike thread going? >inb4 robin williams
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How hard would it be for someone with no soldering experience to add disc brake mounts to a bike that doesn't have them?
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So, anon, where do you fall on the chart? http://www.bicycling.com/training-nutrition/training-fitness/trainingpeaks-power-profiles-cyclists also, just kidding GW
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It's already getting kinda chilly to bike in shorts where I live. What do you wear to bike in cold autumn mornings?
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Hello, /n/ I recently bought a single speed bike. When pedaling and there is an audible clunk and I can feel it in my feet. I jostled the cranks and pedals and they're fine but I cannot seem to pin point it, as when I turn the pedals while it's upside down it doesn't do it. Any ideas would be appreciated, and pic obviously related.

Traveling Across North America Via Train and Bike

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Alright frie/n/ds, I've been pondering things for a while. Life is frustrating, I feel like I am stagnating with school and work and all these different stresses that are associated with life in the modern world. So I am looking to take a break from everything, to slip away for a few months and take things as they come. I've never left my home state of Illinois except for when I was really young and used to go with my dad as he was an OTR trucker. They say travel is good for the soul and all that jazz so I am looking to make my way across as much ground as possible. I'm thinking about a kind of manifest destiny and traveling out west. I want to, ideally, travel via a combination of train and bicycle. I figured I could travel by train and bike between the stations or whatever I feel like. I don't really know anything about trains, so I figured that you guys might be able to inform me if it is easy to find train service that allows for transportation of bicycles. Getting anywhere fast or timely is of no concern to me. This trip will be completely time-constraint free as I plan on just coming back whenever I feel like it, if I ever feel like it.. Getting food would be little issue as I can save up ample money to bring with outside of train fare. If money becomes tight, I am a fairly hard laborer who is not unaccustomed to farm work and other manual labor. Essentially, I am looking for input as to whether this is a viable option or not. I really want to get away from everything. I'm terrified that if I don't leave this environment soon the stress will be too much and I'll just get out another way. Cycling is the only time I feel anything close to being alive. All other times I feel like I am just going through motions to get me through my day. TL:DR I want to travel around North American via a combination of bicycle and train, is this a feasible idea?
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hey /n/, im in need of your help. Just bought these clips to replace some standard platforms w/ straps. i ride a fixed gear and in order to stop i have to skid/hop skip/ or apply reverse pressure to the pedals sometimes requiring me to lift with my legs. Well when i lift with my legs the leather strap comes undone so easily it takes almost no force at all, it just slips out. Almost killed me the first time i used it. My question is, is there any way to strengthen the clips to handle more force, or did i just waste money? >inb4 hipster >inb4 use breaks
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Is there a way I could generate power and lower my electric bills, while pedaling away on a training bike? I assume this is possible. People with solar panels redirect the energy they generate back into the grid. With 2 hours of spinning every day how much money could I save per month?
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So I've become pretty interested in riding trains and subways. While looking up more information about the hobby I found that for people who like to explore areas where the trains run less frequently some people calculate their trip by riding the trains back and forth while skipping stops in between initially by examining the time table. Does anyone have any idea how to calculate this?

Make Sora shifters less shitty

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Shimano Sora shifters, /n/, Shimano Sora shifters. They're nice and cheap which makes them ideal for a plebfag such as myself. Only problem is the stupid placement of the thumb shifter paddle thing to go to a smaller cog which makes it very hard to shift from the drops. Does anyone know of a mod or a hack you can do to the shifter to make it more accessible? Something you can slip over the plastic tab, or perhaps replace it entirely?
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>POST COOL RAILWAY FEATURES >The Moffat Tunnel is a railroad and water tunnel that cuts through the Continental Divide in north-central Colorado. Named after Colorado railroad pioneer David Moffat, the tunnel's first railroad traffic passed through in February 1928. >Fifty miles (80 km) west of Denver, Colorado is the East Portal in the Front Range, about 10 miles (16 km) west of the town of Rollinsville, Colorado at 39°54?08?N 105°38?46?WCoordinates: 39°54?08?N 105°38?46?W. The West Portal is near the Winter Park Resort ski area at 39°53?15?N 105°45?41?W. The railroad tunnel is 24 feet (7.3 m) high, 18 feet (5.5 m) wide, and 6.2 miles (10.0 km) long. The apex of the tunnel is at 9,239 feet (2,816 m) above sea level. The Moffat Tunnel finally provided Denver with a western link through the continental divide, as both Cheyenne, Wyoming to the north and Pueblo, Colorado to the south already enjoyed rail access to the West Coast. It follows the right-of-way laid out by Moffat in 1902 while he was seeking a better and shorter route from Denver to Salt Lake City. The water tunnel and the railroad tunnel parallel each other; the water tunnel delivers a portion of Denver's water supply.
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Thinking about buying this bike for 70 euros. According to the seller there are no defects. The lights work, the brakes work and the gear change is apparently fine too. I have no idea about bikes. Does this look good? I know that it's a women's bike but I have to work free for half a month before getting paid for my current job and right now I'm blowing right through my money with bus tickets. What should I be looking for when I see the bike in person? Anything I should be cautious about?
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>that feel when you'll never buy a brand new safety bicycle with a lightweight (45 kg) wrouthg iron serpentine frame
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Thoughts on 2014 Giant 29er Talon 1?

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