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    the BB is FIRST 68mm 1.37x24T F-2001SW approx...

    the BB is FIRST 68mm 1.37x24T F-2001SW approx 119mm, It has a separate bearing BRG 6002RS D16
    I am trying a Shimano bracket from another bike UN53 68 BC1.37x24 approx 110mm
    seems to fit OK - proof...
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    'bent bottom bracket / crank wobble

    does any other 'bent rider get this problem and is particular to 'bents, where you're pushing horizontally rather than putting your weight on it vertically?
    the problem is the cranks make a clunk...
  3. Thanks Barabaika I've been looking at Sturmey...

    Thanks Barabaika

    I've been looking at Sturmey Archer XRK8 for I have a disc brakes

    I prefer a simple spreadsheet myself: gear inches = chain ring teeth x wheel diameter / rear sprocket teeth ...
  4. My new bike has a 52 chain ring and 34, 30, 26,...

    My new bike has a 52 chain ring and 34, 30, 26, 23, 20, 17, 15, 13, 11 rear, 20" drive wheel, giving me slightly less top end than the standard 42/32/22 & 28, 24, 21, 18, 15, 13, 11 on the 700C...
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    Optima Hopper II

    I now have an Optima Hopper II. Where will I find the Frame Number? Should I take the seat off to look for it? It doesn't appear to be on the under side.

    I have adjusted the BB Avid brakes to...
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    central London...

    central London
    http://www.hackney-cyclists.org.uk/
    for all London see http://www.lcc.org.uk/
  7. yes. In the UK you can get tax VAT etc taken off...

    yes. In the UK you can get tax VAT etc taken off the cost of a bike if your employer does the admin (which is does for recruitment nd retention - who wouldn't? - see http://www.cyclescheme.co.uk/) +...
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    it blows away a few cobwebs, saves money and is...

    it blows away a few cobwebs, saves money and is the only opportunity I get for exercise



    try getting a recumbent before you do yourself an injury

    >Nill illigitimi carborundum< does that come...
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    If in UK see...

    If in UK see http://www.traffic-answers.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=5638.0
  10. Thread: New Site!!

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    another, but established by now and improving to...

    another, but established by now and improving to invite new members
    http://www.traffic-answers.co.uk/forum/index.php
    enjoy some friendly banter with Police, pose legal questions and, of course,...
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    Depends on the time of day - I like cyling in...

    Depends on the time of day - I like cyling in central London before the traffic gets too bad. I get to Fleet Street before 7am
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    three wheels http://www.2cancycle.com:80/ four...

    three wheels http://www.2cancycle.com:80/
    four http://www.mbrox.plus.com/gfair/01_gallery/pages/10_Brox_outside_the_church.htm
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    If you're still in the market for an overgrown...

    If you're still in the market for an overgrown Raleigh Chopper, consider the Optima Hopper
    http://www.optima-cycles.nl/main/en/modellen/14.html?Itemid=27# which I have just ordered
    the rack is...
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    HPvelo Spirit or Optima Hopper

    if anyone has any advice about which is the better of these two I'd be grateful:
    http://www.hpvelotechnik.com/produkte/spirit/technik_e.html...
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