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    This bb shell doesn't appear to be as big as a...

    This bb shell doesn't appear to be as big as a American ashtabula crankset
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    JohnDThompson I'd rather replace it to a square...

    JohnDThompson I'd rather replace it to a square taper if possible. Do you know of any of these conversion units?

    It seems that it must have came loose and one of the bearing cages got mashed up as...
  3. Garlatti Bicycle. Changes and questions.

    449903A few weeks ago an elderly man in my area asked me about another vintage Raleigh roadster I was riding at the time and decided to give me this vintage Garlatti ten speed bicycle he said he...
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    Odd bottom bracket

    I have a Old Austrian sears frame that I found being thrown out and made into a fixed gear. I've had it for a few months and it would always make a odd noise coming from the bottom bracket. I never...
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    Roadster spoke length.

    Hi all. I am going to be re-lacing a 28inch (635mm), Raleigh roadster rim to a Sturmey Archer TCW hub. The rim I'm using is currently already laced and in use so I don't want to disassemble it just...
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    sc3 innards in tcw shell

    Hi all. I want to convert a single speed Raleigh roaster to a 3 speed. The rear rim is 40 holes and 28inch 635 mm, and this frame only uses a front rod brake (rear is coaster only). I currently have...
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    Old Raleigh information.

    Hi all. I've recently acquired a new, old bike. I can't seem to find much information on it on the internet but it was sold to me as a 1925 Raleigh DL-1 that was brought from Bermuda where it was...
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    Yes it is adjusted properly. It shifts though...

    Yes it is adjusted properly. It shifts though each gear just fine. It doesn't do this clunk in any of the other two gears
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    Sturmey Archer 1st gear clunk

    Hi all. I have a dutch bike with a Sturmey Archer AB3 rear hub. 3 speeds with a drum brake. For some time now (a few months), it's been making a small clunk noise in 1st gear. Usually after I coast...
  10. Rolling Orange Bikes - Brooklyn?s only real Dutch...

    Rolling Orange Bikes - Brooklyn?s only real Dutch bicycle shop

    This shop may be of assistance. I got my Gazelle Toer Populair here and I just love mine.

    Smooth riding, durable, and very...
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    Busch & Muller Lumotec

    Anybody have any experience with this headlight?

    Busch & Müller Lumotec 2 Plus Headlight - Harris Cyclery bicycle shop - West Newton, Massachusetts

    I currently have a generic 2 bulb headlight...
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    10 Wheels Is that a bike lane that barbed wire...

    10 Wheels
    Is that a bike lane that barbed wire is in?
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    To think I was just going to bring a regular...

    To think I was just going to bring a regular broom hah.

    A regular street sweeper couldn't suck this all up?
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    All very good suggestions and examples. I...

    All very good suggestions and examples. I appreciate all the replies. I did take the time to call 311 (they seem to be the people who handle things like this), and reported it by Internet with the...
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    I guess it's just about how much you're willing...

    I guess it's just about how much you're willing to tolerate. Obviously they were quite oblivious. If I can't use the proper bike lane, I have no issue using a regular traffic lane honestly. I...
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    All three of my bikes have wide tires (gazelle...

    All three of my bikes have wide tires (gazelle 635x40c, diamondback has 26x1.75 and my trek has 26x2.2). It's not really for me as I don't bother using these lanes since they aren't suitable. I'd...
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    I very well may call then because this has been...

    I very well may call then because this has been an issue for over a year honestly. As well as the "adopt a mile". I've seen a few around but not over on this street.
    @JanMM- I believe they designed...
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    Bike lane debris cleaning/pavement?

    There are spots where I live, where literally, the bike lane is just covered in gravel, soil from the woodlands next to them, and roadway debris. As well as the conditions of the lane being very...
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    We've had previous rides with large groups like...

    We've had previous rides with large groups like this in the past with no issues from the police, even at night. We follow traffic laws and laws on visibility.
    Pertaining to the legal amount of...
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    I myself, yes. I have no idea if the group itself...

    I myself, yes. I have no idea if the group itself is insured. I didn't know that was even necessary.
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    Theres going to be at least one or two peoe being...

    Theres going to be at least one or two peoe being "sweep", at the rear of the ride who will also know the route.
    For drops, This ride will have points that people can turn.around and go.back.at, by...
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    Group ride route/road choice.

    Hello all. I'm planning out a relaxed paced group ride/tour for a local cycling group that I'm in, in NYC, specifically Staten Island. If you don't know, Staten Island is the most car-centric and...
  23. I wear a 14 wide and commute on my bike with...

    I wear a 14 wide and commute on my bike with these in the snow and sleet.

    http://www.muckbootcompany.com/product/mens-Chore-Steel-Toe-work-boot-CHS-000A/MWORK
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    Well I've just gotten done tearing it down and...

    Well I've just gotten done tearing it down and re-assembling it (many photo's taken for reference). The ball ring I got off with a hammer and a wrench (acting as a chisel). I unscrewed the broken...
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    Are NIG internals difficult to extract? I've...

    Are NIG internals difficult to extract? I've removed the wheel itself and it's still very hard to turn the sprocket. Could this possibly be from the cones being too tight or something binding? I'd...
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