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    part identification -- Scott tri-bar ?

    Hi everyone,

    at a local flea-market I bought an irrestisible part, an aluminium tri-bar branded Scott, see pics.
    I found it wonderful (and fluo green , so '90s), but I am curious about them, has...
  2. Thread: stolen bikes

    by EarlGrey
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    It was a "pro-active" shop owner that found the...

    It was a "pro-active" shop owner that found the stolen bike on these sites and passed the info to the authority.
    I feel it is not the easiest job for them, too, I think the police cooperation...
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    stolen bikes

    There are strange coincidences between expensive bike stolen from shops around Italy and bike appearing for sale on these two sites:

    proday2kolesa.com

    wellsbike.com

    With this message I am...
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    Thanks for the news about people accident in...

    Thanks for the news about people accident in Italy.
    However, you may think about posting them in the local "salvaciclisti" site/forum/fb page, they may use better the info.
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    The good thing is that always blows in one...

    The good thing is that always blows in one direction. Bad thing that the direction is Headwind
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    100% agree. I prefer efficient people, rather...

    100% agree.
    I prefer efficient people, rather than people claiming being efficient (or even worse, green ... I like humans, not trolls).
    At the same time, I know I can get out of couch potato mode,...
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    car-free pizza?

    From the cold capital of Germany, a pleasant surprise, a car-free business:

    http://i48.tinypic.com/2r4hdv9.jpg

    It struck me because:
    -the pizza is quite bad (well, at least for my taste);...
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    sorry guys being late, co2 discussion is...

    sorry guys being late, co2 discussion is interesting, but here there is a strong flaw. Crashing with such a rigid vehicle against hard thing, like walls or bigger animals called truck, is going to...
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    I perfectly agree, but the question was written...

    I perfectly agree, but the question was written as if the cost for 100k miles in a bicycle and in a car were comparable. They are not. Bike is absolutely cheaper, even buying 50$ tires every 1000km,...
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    small car, on average, 40 cent per mile. 40k in 5...

    small car, on average, 40 cent per mile. 40k in 5 yrs. Buying price is not so relevant.
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    Hi! You can try Zweirad Stadler in...

    Hi! You can try Zweirad Stadler in Charlottenburg, not folding bike specific but huge. There are so many people that someone should speak english.

    I was really happy with a shop in Neukölln,...
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    http://www.schweinfurt.army.mil/support/safety/bic...

    http://www.schweinfurt.army.mil/support/safety/bicycles.htm

    And check the forum of http://www.toytowngermany.com/, you will find a lot of infos
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    Thanks! I ride a '96 Trek 750 Multitrack. I got...

    Thanks!
    I ride a '96 Trek 750 Multitrack.
    I got the frame and the fork, I assembled it with not matching 28" wheels, straight handlebar, Shimano Alivio gears, cheap canti brakes and a cheap...
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    Hi from Germany!

    Hi everyone from Berlin!

    It's some time I read through the forum. Hi and thanks at the same time!
    I try to go at least a couple of time per week at work by bike (the other with public transport)....
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