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    Gosh! "...the most expensive bike brand in...

    Gosh! "...the most expensive bike brand in Europe"
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    I think this might be the same seller who a few...

    I think this might be the same seller who a few years ago had listed a 1940 Rudge in similar condition but which had actually been ridden. I think he was asking two or three thousand for that that...
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    Sticky: Great picture.

    Great picture.
  4. This is what I'm waiting for.

    This is what I'm waiting for.
  5. You can see a picture of the fat front conversion...

    You can see a picture of the fat front conversion in this picture of Gecho's in the winter bike pics thread.

    I was reading an article on the history of fatbikes over at Adventure Cycling and was...
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    I've ridden two winters with DIY tires and two...

    I've ridden two winters with DIY tires and two winters with commercial tires. In my opinion, the DIY studded tires are pretty good and will get you through a lot, but the commercial tires are better....
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    Sticky: Wow. Just...wow.

    Wow. Just...wow.
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    Sticky: Who is the muppet photobombing your bike photo?

    Who is the muppet photobombing your bike photo?
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    Winter Cycling Lexicon

    Edmonton winter cycling veteran and fellow Bikeworks volunteer Robert Clinton has written a detailed lexicon naming the various snows and ices that winter cyclists encounter in our city. There is...
  10. Nope, that shouldn't be a problem; carbide is...

    Nope, that shouldn't be a problem; carbide is tough stuff. They'll wear down a little bit more quickly than if you were riding mostly on ice/snow but it shouldn't be a big deal. Those are pretty much...
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    Sticky: Well, if you aren't willing to stop pedaling long...

    Well, if you aren't willing to stop pedaling long enough to take a photo (and I applaud that kind of enthusiasm for riding) maybe you could free up one hand and snap a pic ;) . Not in traffic,...
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    I think that this option would work well at the...

    I think that this option would work well at the temperatures you mentioned.
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    This is the sort of question that I'm afraid to answer in case I jinx myself.
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    In the past I've had good results by removing the...

    In the past I've had good results by removing the freehub, flushing the old lubricant out with solvent, and then re-lubricating with fresh oil.
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    The type of winter cycling discussed in this...

    The type of winter cycling discussed in this forum is the kind where you ride your bike outside in the snow. I'd guess that most of the people reading this sub-forum aren't spending a lot of time...
  16. I made this little bracket partly to reinforce...

    I made this little bracket partly to reinforce the fender after I cut the notches for fit in a narrow fork, but also to keep the front from bouncing up and down and hitting the tire. You can just...
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    Sticky: http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3761/11264215976_cd3...

    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3761/11264215976_cd3ae93224_z.jpg

    It's a bit too classy for an everyday winter ride, but it did me proud today on the extremely cold morning commute and when picking...
  18. I made a little bracket that attaches to the...

    I made a little bracket that attaches to the fender and the front of the fork crown for this purpose. I'll post a photo tomorrow.
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    Nope. But you'll have to post a photo if you do...

    Nope. But you'll have to post a photo if you do it.
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    That's about the temperature where I sometimes...

    That's about the temperature where I sometimes have trouble with the rear hub freezing up making it freewheel in both directions. I had that problem yesterday when it was -22F during my commute. I...
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    Sticky: I do this, too. It's also good to look at...

    I do this, too. It's also good to look at sweaters that have tags that are marked as one size too big for you, as a lot of them wind up at the thrift store because somebody accidentally shrank them.
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    I removed the filters and little elastomer discs...

    I removed the filters and little elastomer discs so there is no real resistance to breathing. That picture shows my first attempt to use one - I made a better effort later. Details here if you're...
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    Snow build up is good, too.

    Snow build up is good, too.
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    Sticky: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7331/10918384906_2e8...

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7331/10918384906_2e876876e7_z.jpg
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    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3805/10917783433_67a...

    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3805/10917783433_67a3b70d26.jpg

    Don't lick the icicles.
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