Foo - Guess which..
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..bicycle part fell off onto the path while riding this afternoon. I'll give you a hint: Without this part it would be pretty tough to ride a bike. First one to get it wins! (one pick per member)
saddle! (I've ridden without one...it sucks :()
Yikes, Stacey got it! Woho, alright:) The prize is foo satisfaction.
08-17-07, 07:15 PM
OMG! What happened? Details, baybuh! And pics! :D
Um. Sorry about the loss of your crank. :o ((hugs))
08-17-07, 08:57 PM
Your crank fell off? Looks like no making the ladies happy anytime soon for you.
08-17-07, 09:10 PM
Damn, I got to this party late. I was going to guess kickstand.....
tricycles don't need kickstands, silly
08-17-07, 09:30 PM
DUHHHHHH! WTF was I thinking???
Your new, you will learn. Good guess though. Mine top choice would have been training wheel.
08-17-07, 09:39 PM
A noble choice, my friend!
08-17-07, 09:46 PM
i can tell you the bike does not do to well without the wheel, mine fell off a couple of days ago
its all good now
I was pedaling and I thought the pedal was loose, since it felt like my shoe wasnt gripping it right, then it got so loose and fell to the ground. I was like oh noes my crank! Luckilly I always carry my hex set in my backpack so i just screwed it on and all was happy, the end.
08-18-07, 02:49 PM
This story needs more ninjas, pirates, and zombies.
08-18-07, 03:47 PM
I was gonna guess frame.
08-18-07, 04:08 PM
I was going to guess rider.
That's pretty important. :rolleyes:
08-18-07, 06:06 PM
Do you have clipless? Cause then you could have screwed it back on without stopping.
Is it bad that I have learnt to get my chain back on my chainring without stopping?
08-19-07, 11:30 PM
I had a friend get his thumb caught in his spokes while adjusting his speed sensor while riding. Since then I keep my hands above waist level while I'm in motion.
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