Yeah, quite a few.
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Yeah, quite a few.
After the first couple weeks of the school year, you almost never see bicycle cops. I don't think that I would get a ticket unless I was riding recklessly or causing accidents (hopefully). I see...
Here's how my Kilo TT is set up right now:http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7072/13181689203_59565edded_z.jpg
Today I got up to ~170rpm on flat ground @35 mph in the wind. It was scary without brakes :D
Only if you use the same stem inverted.
-10??? :eek: I thought my eyes were bad at -6.25.
That company was started by a couple of Davis grads IIRC. I'm so sorry :(.
I also see these bikes all around campus and feel bad for the kids that ride them.
Today I rode brakeless for the first time. I didn't die.
That is one of the coolest bikes I have ever seen. Well done!
Gold chain on a black and white (BMC road) bike? Should I?
It would help to know what bike you are putting all of this one. That said, it could be a bottom bracket issue. When I switched my Fuji steel bike from downtube shifters to Sram, I needed to get a...
I know that feel.
Today I biked home at 4a.m. and didn't even need a sweatshirt. Rough winter :D.
I upgraded my '88 Fuji to 10spd Sram. The rear spacing was 126mm but I can fit a 130mm hub in the dropouts without cold-setting the frame by manually spreading the dropouts slightly when I install...
All my So-Cal friends get annoyed when I say hella. That's a solid reason to move to San Francisco.
Pushing the wheel further forward just means you get to the finish line sooner :p.
Only if it's pink.
Should maybe have it rebuilt. Loose spokes could mean that the rim is bent. Shop would probably know by looking at the wheel though.
San Francisco doesn't really have seasons either FWIW.
I just got some 105 carbon pedals from nashbar for less than $70. Looks like the deal is gone now though.
Knobbies on a trainer :twitchy:
Ditch the clamps and tape and drill the holes yourself.
Don't do that
Mustache bars are worth the most hipster points, so I use those.
Nah I'll keep my upper 70s springtime weather if you don't mind :D.