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Cool. I think we're riding through there next Sunday.
Sorry. I only put the earbuds in a few minutes before I passed you, after I got through sending a couple texts.
Mine runs next to me and nips at my feet and calves.
Thanks. I knew there had to be something. That's a nice RB-2 in the video.
Top. I know front loaders are more efficient but I have enough trouble getting clothes out of the back of the dryer.
My house is old so I run 6' s/s water lines from a deep sink to the washer. ...
Waiting for my new washer to do the first load to ensure it doesn't leak.
And inside my corkscrew is a little eyeglass screwdriver. I don't think I paid $5 for it though.
On the video and pictures, it looks uncoated. Does it scratch the paint?
Stuff it down the front of your pants and tell people you were in a weird factory accident.
My buddy came to my office to fix the AC units. A fuse was blown and he didn't have a replacement so he took a smaller one, put a 1/2" copper pipe extension on it and put it in. Everything in the...
yes. 2 days should be plenty.
I use a Zefal or a Topeak frame pump. The trick is to brace the rim on your shoe to keep it from moving around. Then give the pump a firm slap when you want to separate it from the valve.
One of our maintenance guys used to stop at a Mexican grocery store every morning and pick up bread with lard on it. It was the best thing I've ever eaten. Until somebody told me what was on it.
We leave our two most used bikes outside. I spray the chains with WD40 about once a month.
Holy ****. I hope he fully recovered.
Those old helmets would look good if you're riding a Vespa. Especially if your dog is sitting in the sidecar wearing the helmet and goggles. For a bicycle though, I'd just get a regular helmet.
I had a CC and replaced it with a Rivendell All-Rounder (similar to Atlantis & LHT). One problem I had with the CC was the short headtube.
The AR seems slower because of the more upright...
If you want to look interesting, go to a craft store, buy some foam blocks and a roll of duct tape and make your own helmet. For added protection you can put a layer of tin foil over the top.
$300 sounds high but the shop might be covering themselves for potential issues with 30 year old used parts.
Mine is mounted on a spacer. It has a clear sound that gets people's attention without being annoying.
San Diego has the SD Bike Commuter Discount program. For $50/year, businesses can display the sign on their window. If a customer rides his or her bike to the business, they get a discount.
My dog nips me when as she runs alongside my bike.
Air Chucks are easy to use and light.
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