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  1. Thread: Riding and cars

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    Most of the roads I ride are rural with 50 mph...

    Most of the roads I ride are rural with 50 mph speed limits. Drivers are courteous for the most part. A few of these roads have shoulders but they are about 12 to 18 inches wide. The problem is...
  2. Thread: Every Day Pics

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    I completely agree

    I completely agree
  3. Yep, looks just like my 97 Pulse Comp. They're a...

    Yep, looks just like my 97 Pulse Comp. They're a lot of fun to ride.
  4. Thread: Every Day Pics

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    Great photos Roger. Got an accessory for my...

    Great photos Roger.

    Got an accessory for my Thule bike rack today. Should be a fun summer.

    http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m191/scozim/Four%20Winds%20mh.jpg
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    Sticky: Spring has come and this is still available

    Spring has come and this is still available
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    Central Washington can be a decent location just...

    Central Washington can be a decent location just because you're within a couple of hours of Seattle, three to Spokane. That's what also makes Bend such a nice location as well. North Cascades area...
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    No photos - was riding too hard to stop today. ...

    No photos - was riding too hard to stop today. An unheard of 66 degrees here on March 7 and had time for a 25 miler before heading in to town to draft players for our fastpitch softball little...
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    Sticky: ISO Suntour Edge...

    ISO Suntour Edge braze on downtube shifters
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    Thanks Jim - good info. Have another IPA for me.

    Thanks Jim - good info. Have another IPA for me.
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    Possibly may have got resolution - I stuck a...

    Possibly may have got resolution - I stuck a wrench in the "cap" over the spring and loosened it a little and the cage seemed to pivot back a little more when in the small ring. Will definitely go...
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    50-36 up front, 13-21 in the rear right now. ...

    50-36 up front, 13-21 in the rear right now.





    Chain might have 500 miles, maybe a little more on it. I did remove one link which helped a little. Of course, now it doesn't want to go...
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    Cyclone MII rear derailleur issue

    I put a Cyclone MII rear derailleur on the Trek 510 today and am having what appears to be a "slack' issue - ie in the small ring the chain seems a little loose/droopy.

    See the thread here (before...
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    I put a new to me Mk II on my Trek 510 today. ...

    I put a new to me Mk II on my Trek 510 today. Running a 50-36 in the front. The cage is a little longer than the tri-color 600 it replaced but the pulley's don't seem to pick up the slack on the...
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    More aesthetic than anything else - the front...

    More aesthetic than anything else - the front derailleur is a Mk II so I was looking more to matching it up. By chain gap are you talking the wrap? The cage is a little longer on the MK II but I...
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    Went from this: ...

    Went from this:

    http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m191/scozim/Bike%20stuff/IMGP8926.jpg

    To this:

    http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m191/scozim/Bike%20stuff/IMGP8927.jpg

    On this:
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    Haven't posted many pictures - getting out for...

    Haven't posted many pictures - getting out for around 3 rides a week thanks to work but am also adding in weight training 3 days a week and 2 days of running. The fitness feels like it's coming...
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    My Trek 800 Antelope was initially converted for...

    My Trek 800 Antelope was initially converted for this use - had the mid-fork braze on's for a low rider rack. But I decided it was just too heavy and haven't really used it for that - instead it's...
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    I ended up with a Campagnolo crankset donated by...

    I ended up with a Campagnolo crankset donated by D.D. - 52-42 chainrings matched to a 14-28 French thread Normandy freewheel out back. The bike is quite comfortable to ride.
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    Man, I started this thread quite awhile ago. I...

    Man, I started this thread quite awhile ago. I put the brakes back on the Peugeot after overhauling it and with alloy rims they stop ok. Not earth shattering but, then, I don't ride that specific...
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    Interesting - got it to load here. Yes, it's...

    Interesting - got it to load here.

    Yes, it's got aluminum in it with traces of nickel to solve the problems they've had in the past with brittleness after adding aluminum:

    From the article:
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    New steel? For those of us that love steel

    Came across this article yesterday discussing the development of a lighter, yet stronger, steel material that can be manufactured into bike tubes. Will be interesting to watch the development of...
  22. Initially I thought this would be tough but, in...

    Initially I thought this would be tough but, in the end, it wasn't really. Scary because it means I really could pare things down a little:

    My favorite ride, but not the lightest - 1984 Gitane...
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    I've never run a set. They're heavier than the...

    I've never run a set. They're heavier than the Module E's on my Trek 510, but these look a little beefier for the rough chip seal riding I have to do around here. Looking forward to giving them a...
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    I don't and either did D.D He mentioned he'd...

    I don't and either did D.D He mentioned he'd seen this before
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    Not exactly received in the mail but, rather,...

    Not exactly received in the mail but, rather, hand delivered.

    My dad has had a rough few years with multiple fractures and a run in with cancer. At 73 I think he thought he would be riding for...
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