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    Big Mama Canadian Retail

    I'm looking for the Salsa Big Mama in Canada (preferably near Calgary), but what I'm looking for first is the retail price for the complete bike in Canada. Any help?
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    Niner's Website

    (sorry if I missed a previous post on this)

    Is anyone else having trouble with niner's website (www.ninerbikes.com).

    Both Google and Firefox are reporting it as a suspicious site, and Firefox...
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    Haha, ya, it might be a hopeless case until he...

    Haha, ya, it might be a hopeless case until he crashes hard. It's odd because he's studying engineering, you'd figure this sort of thing would be the logical conclusion to make. Then again he's...
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    Why Glue Tubulars?

    I'm having trouble convincing my friend and roommate of the importance of a good tubular glue job. He's a triathlete, and he's convinced himself that the 140psi in his tyres is enough to keep them...
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    NJS Jerseys

    I was thinking it has to be possible to find a NJS styled plain Keirin kit. They look solid, and who doesn't like Keirin racing. My searches into the matter have been fruitless, but I will continue...
  6. Sticky: A new one for the list is Ottawa based steel...

    A new one for the list is Ottawa based steel manufacturer Steelwool. They make the Tweed, eccentric BB Tange tubing.

    http://www.steelwoolbicycles.ca/frames/tweed.php
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    I figured when I said "track" people would catch...

    I figured when I said "track" people would catch on that discs brakes didn't play into the matter at all.

    This is a disc wheel, for clarification purposes (though my target audience would probably...
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    Checking A Discs Integrity

    I have an old unknown brand hollow disc. It has some good dents and dings after however many hands and bikes it's travelled on. It's used by my dad and I for track racing and I just want some tips...
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    2009 TRP EuroX

    They look really nice.

    Mud and Cowbells got some info on them. They look like they will be infitely more adjustable stock than any other Mafac-like brake. I like how the carbons look (painted...
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    I was mostly worried about the high flange taking...

    I was mostly worried about the high flange taking lateral forces less than well. I love Phil stuff, very easy to take care of too.
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    I've had them on my fixie for two summers now,...

    I've had them on my fixie for two summers now, and it's time to build something new (the fixie is getting surly hubs). Singlespeed cross is the way of the future!
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    Phil Wood High Flange Track

    I'm building a set of cross wheels for my project bike this summer. I've got a Phil Wood High flange flip-flop Track hub and can get my hands on a front one too. I'm curious how well this hub will...
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    I'm going to completely ignore a potential racing...

    I'm going to completely ignore a potential racing collection and focus on my living bikes.

    * A Bilenky style cargo bike. I just like the design and carrying capacity of these bikes, really cool...
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    Wow, that's exceptional, I'll definitely be...

    Wow, that's exceptional, I'll definitely be checking this place out, seems like an ideal way to really track progress.

    I think one really cool side effect of it would be the ability for the site...
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    Okay, haha. Well we might so you on the roads...

    Okay, haha.

    Well we might so you on the roads at some point.
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    Thanks for the input. Bragi, unfortunately...

    Thanks for the input.

    Bragi, unfortunately because I'm living with my parents (can you blame a guy just out of first year?) the cars are just inherintly there. I also race a lot, all over the...
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    Setting Goals

    I wrote a post on my blog a few days ago outlining my summer goals for living car free (over the winter I live in housing on campus, which is pretty much the ideal car free system, I don't even have...
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    I've just tipped 90km/h (56mph), that was in good...

    I've just tipped 90km/h (56mph), that was in good desending conditions, but before I learned Linus Gerdemann's death tuck technique which I will hopefully be able to apply on the same desent later...
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    Is that a sub9 on the rear, or are my eyes...

    Is that a sub9 on the rear, or are my eyes deceiving me and only convincing me that it is one?
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    Tour de France is the one from Kraftwerk I'm...

    Tour de France is the one from Kraftwerk I'm aware of.
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    Songs about Biking

    There are a few out there, and not just Queen. Does anyone know any good ones?

    I've recently been listening to Bomb the Music Industry, and on the album Get Warmer they have a song called Bike...
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    It's not me I'm worried about, it's all the...

    It's not me I'm worried about, it's all the people who see the ad who bike more casually than I do and take the ad to indicate the failures of biking.
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    And the car companies bite back

    I was perusing facebook in my normal procastinational style a while ago, when an ad popped up in my news feed.

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3057/2389329227_b366c0d860_o.jpg

    It's pretty bad,...
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    Haha, I've definitely done similar things. ...

    Haha, I've definitely done similar things.

    Last year I was riding to a race after work, and decided to show off my skills to the local commuters with a no handed track stand. When the light...
  25. I thought it had always been 120, but they...

    I thought it had always been 120, but they introduced a 135mm version for people with road/mountain hubs.
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