Yes - nice update!
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Yes - nice update!
I ordered one from Amazon yesterday - I'll report back.
The Tour ended yesterday; the Italian guy won. I think. Didn't pay close attention this year.
Another Bike Commuter Day - and another July day that was not hot and humid. 20 miles.
Leave them on the porch and someone will steal them.
Have been running one of my recumbents on 26 x 1.25 Forte Metro K's for a couple of years. Great value for the money, especially as we have a performance store nearby and these are occasionally on...
I'm usually wearing tinted glasses during the daytime. Between those glasses, and tinted windshilds and glare and motorists' sunglasses and shadows and reflections etc. etc. ----> eye contact is a...
How about a velcro loop to wrap around the downtube and rim when parking?
My dress code is 'business casual' and Dockers with a polo shirt is OK. Rolls up nicely in a pannier. Have worn nursing clothing (scrubs, etc) most of my working life and have never worn a tie at...
I can't believe I read through this whole thread.
The OP was inconvenienced by someone else (for whatever reason) and did what he had to do.
Your post reads as if you are indeed tandem material.
Agree with what Machka shared.
One strategy is to begin with a Starter Tandem, one that is less expensive and perhaps imperfect but which...
Our tandem isn't coupled but that stand looks very handy - sturdy enough for rear brake and F/R shifting adjustments, etc.?
25? That's still a skinny tire.
Nothing smaller than 32 on my bikes. If road surfaces were all Perfect, I'd be rolling thinner tires. But not much thinner.
Rained early this morning but got out later for a 25 mile suburban/rural/suburban ride on the Screamer with my favorite stoker. A little misty early on but dry the rest of the way.
My stoker and I spent eight years in Hot 'Lanta - rode single bikes with the SBL.
Didn't become a tandem team until 14 years after moving back home to IN. Wish we had done that earlier -...
Captains, always keep in mind that:
The stoker is never at fault.
And now..................The stoker is NOT a work stand.
Don't understand what is funny about Dockers?
I have a pretty old SunTour cable cutter which still works fine (on cables) and also crimps very nicely.
Also have a newer Park tool which I've haven't used lately since switching to the...
My VDO computers all display a little wrench and the words BIKE CHECK every several hundred miles. When I see that, can't help but consider stopping and checking fluid levels, etc.
chances of storms this morning so bypassed the club ride. Went out in the afternoon, after things had gotten hot and muggy, and put in a 22 mile ride in nearby Decatur Township and northern Morgan...
We replaced the original 30T small chainring for a 28T and that has helped with the short, steep hills we encounter. We've found our Screamer to be very stable down to 3 mph.
Rode to work again today and again it was unseasonably cool in the morning and very comfortable in the PM. Had my first 16+mph average round trip for the year.
Take the bashguard screws in question to a hardware store or home center and compare the size and threading to what they have in stock or to a display for determining that. They probably won't have...
They'd probably have to consult a Vet to come in and read the device......................woof!
OK. The process you describe probably makes sense for Trauma 1 patients who are potentially Knockin' on Death's Door. Thankfully, most ED patients don't fit in that bucket. Not all Trauma patients...