Nice bike! :thumb:
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Nice bike! :thumb:
This one, is just the coolest ever! :thumb:
Hybrids are usually described as being some type of bike modeled between a mtb and a road bike. Most road bikes with flat handlebars are classified as "performance hybrids". All you need to do to...
A rigid fork is more efficient than a suspended fork. Look to get dropped by other cyclists! :D
That said, I do prefer the Escape, but I also like that Giant Roam a lot! :thumb:
Yup, I hear ya!
Slowing down for multiple successive potholes turned out to be a hard lesson to learn. It sort of negated my reason for having a road bike in the first place. Instead of that...
I'm sure both Danny and Cyclosaurus share similar skills! :D
Thanks for the vid, Halfgone! :thumb:
Yup! Now this is how I'm leaning...
I think it's time to add to my harem. The N+1 rule must prevail! :thumb:
Now that's what I'm talkin' about! :thumb:
Well stated, my friend! :thumb:
This one is making me think about the Surly Troll...
Just bear in mind that many U.S. urban neighborhoods and streets are beginning to look more like war zones and obstacle courses. Trust me...The right pothole can put even the best of us down! :D
Most of my tire problems were a direct result of debris either inside of potholes or road cracks. Of course, there once was a time when a sharp sidewalk edge ripped right thru my whole tire...
It's chromoly steel, man! Keep it, powder coat it, and do the upgrades! :thumb:
It's hard to beat "excellent"!
Get the Norco Charger! :thumb:
Most touring bikes can take wider tires. That's exactly what you need for diverse terrain.
Yup! That's what I used to say...
Cruisers are real tanks! They'll go thru practically anything unscathed...:thumb:
CX bikes RULE! :thumb:
Hey!....I like that one! :thumb:
I guess it's really more about tire width than anything else. If things get too bad, I would imagine that a suspended fork might be more helpful with stabilization.
Just make certain that you know the difference between "single speed" and "fixie"...
I do enjoy coasting downhill with hand brake capability! :D
First, determine your budget. Next, decide upon the type of terrain you'll be cycling on and the distance you'll be traveling on it.
Bad neighborhoods and college campuses are black holes for...
That sounds like a concealed carry moment...
Sounds like he hasn't been punched in the mouth for a real long time...
Yup!...All excellent choices! :thumb: