Its by the side where the psi number is. is it ok?
Was thinking that if i were to use a mtb wheelset, i would mod it for disc brakes. Will try to save the tire.
Almost everyone who bikes do it either for work or to get to and from work. the roads here are very flat and easy to ride. The motorist are very mindful of cyclist because if they were to run into one, what I have seen some of them ( the cyclist) do is to sit there and create a scene. The order of things are such, pedestrian - cyclist, motorcyclist, cars in that order. Pedestrian and cyclist collision, cyclist fault and so on. They have bike lanes for bikes but certain larger roads are off limits to cyclist.
The bikes here are cheap, I bought a MTB from an expat leaving, have a beach cruiser on the way, now this road bike ( about 18.20usd), and contemplating a classic look ladies bike. something like that
but not as pretty, no brooks, scrap looking. The only thing stopping me is I have too many now and he wants 12.90us for it, expensive considering the road bike is 18+. I may end up putting in more cash than the bike, it needs tires and maybe a paintwork and possibly more as I tweak it. My wife couldnt ride it but I like the lugged frame.
Last edited by zzzzz; 12-30-10 at 03:18 PM.