free bikes. rob, you should've waited.
quote: "i have several bicycles..." hahahahaa....
The fork has a 235mm steerer (8 INCHES bro?...we are in Canada) with 25mm of thread....I actually ran it threadless on my last bike. I think a crisp $20 bill would suffice.Originally Posted by Ill Mitch
LOL...I had a customer come in this morning with that link. The red cruiser in the foreground looks sweet.Originally Posted by gokiburi
remind's me of Peewee's Big Adventure.Originally Posted by cavernmech
Nonono, the quoted CL link with the parts. Shifters?Originally Posted by operator
Originally Posted by gboy
You need a louder horn
Mes compaingnons cui j'amoie et cui j'aim,... Me di, chanson.
Hey Wes!Originally Posted by somnambulant
Sorry I couldn't stop n'chat... I was gonna show you my DeBernardi... But I was late for work
We gotta organize another downtown city ride n'ruckus session...
I was craving a custard danish @ Harbord Bakery, but the line-up was outside!
No it brings up Alvin the Hey Ladies DVP trail rider......least it does hereOriginally Posted by operator
you mean? http://toronto.craigslist.org/bik/210620627.html
130 (for shimano).Originally Posted by operator
i still can't get those cleats off my shoes. keith, if i bring them to you will you remove them for a 6 pack?
That house CAN'T be real, it looks like every bike stolen in the east end is there!!!! Look at the fence caving on the right.
There's a second pool in the yard as well!
*pulls out drill and bits*Originally Posted by jeremywhitehorn
the second pool looks to be a trampoline....the tramp bounce to pool cannonball! Jackpot!Originally Posted by TRaffic Jammer
Alvin's lookin for some action! His repair stand cost more than his bike. LOL.Originally Posted by TRaffic Jammer
off the roof, onto the trampoline, into the pool. speaking of which, i'm going to the jackass part two premiere tonight. haha.Originally Posted by cavernmech
Happens to me every time I get new shoes. I usually end up cutting the cleat and backing plate out of the old show then hacksawing the bolts. How long does the drill method take? I always figured the bolts would be too hard to drill quickly.Originally Posted by cavernmech
Right you are......wicked!!!!!!! front flip to belly flop! WORD!!!!Originally Posted by cavernmech
Good bit will usually do the job. For particularly nasty ones I pull out the carbide dremel bits...these will cut thru ANYTHING!...I have removed stripped Campy track lockrings with these.Originally Posted by darkmother
This may be the problem. Curse you mastercraft. Maybe a set of good bits.Originally Posted by cavernmech
Just buy one that is slightly smaller than the head of the bolt. $2 bit=no good. $8 bit=easy.Originally Posted by darkmother
BTW, anyone know what is up with Igor, the prince of theives these days? I've been by twice in the last couple of days, and the place looks more derelict than usual. Didn't smell any rotting flesh though.
Lunch? Whats that?Originally Posted by TRaffic Jammer
Fridays are "team lunch" days for me.. solly!
"yeah, peter gonna need you to come in on saturaday, yeah"Originally Posted by somnambulant
I don't know about you guys, but for me lunch is the time of day when I break out the Equality frozen macaroni and cheeeeeeez "entree" from my dirty knapsack and eat the gelatinous orange slop inside as I sit at my desk. It's not as satisfying as it sounds.Originally Posted by cavernmech