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  1. Adapted hand crank cycle, for a friend

    Hey guys, this is my first post on this section of BF. Sorry if this get's asked a lot, I want to help a friend that doesn't have tons of money get an Adapted hand crank cycle bike. I don't know much...
  2. Thanks for the thoughts man. Yeah I thought it...

    Thanks for the thoughts man. Yeah I thought it was pretty interesting too, heard a few things that I have never heard before. I might end up posting it in another sub forum if I do i'll let you know...
  3. Article on handling I found interesting.

    Yo! I was reading up on bike handling. I was wondering if this article I found is actually factual? Could someone who knows and feels like reading cosign this article for me? I feel like some of the...
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    403464Hit a bad pothole last night on hill. My...

    403464Hit a bad pothole last night on hill. My cut up and bruised palms got the worst of it.
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    Thanks man, I researched this last night and...

    Thanks man, I researched this last night and found the answer on a mnt bike forum. I ordered a set for $17, i'm hoping I like being locked in with a little bit more security I can always switch back...
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    I saw a ebay listing for one the bidder won it at...

    I saw a ebay listing for one the bidder won it at $222. I don't really think that $350 is really that bad of a price though, i'd try to get it for $300.
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    I wouldn't want the GT, an aluminum fork on the...

    I wouldn't want the GT, an aluminum fork on the street is super rough. You're better off with the felt, it will hold up better to the streets for sure.
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    I might as well ask this here. I have Shimano...

    I might as well ask this here. I have Shimano SH-56 cleats, recently I've unclipped a few times by accident, is there a different cleat I can buy that won't unclip as easy? I have my tensions screws...
  9. I think we all knew this from the get go.

    I think we all knew this from the get go.
  10. You could cut half an inch of the grips away with...

    You could cut half an inch of the grips away with a razor blade then put the brake lever there. That's if you like the grips a lot, if you don't just replace the grips with ones that are shorter and...
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    Go to a bike shop and get fitted to make sure you...

    Go to a bike shop and get fitted to make sure you buy the right size. If you're asking random internet people what to purchase with your own money you probably need some assistance in getting the...
  12. Thread: Ride Pics

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    Love it man, I have a creamroller. I'm going to...

    Love it man, I have a creamroller. I'm going to buy a CrossCheck or LongHaul this winter I haven't decided yet. I need a geared bike for a ride to Florida, im thinking either one of those would be...
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    What big advantage is a FTP or Langster Pro going...

    What big advantage is a FTP or Langster Pro going to give you? Do you compete on the velodrome? In my case replacing my Surly Steamroller with a FTP would be a disadvantage being that I commute on...
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    You can but why bother building a custom bike...

    You can but why bother building a custom bike when you can get something nice complete cheaper that's better suited for what you want? Most complete Peugeot road bikes go for like $125-$300 in my...
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    These wouldn't be a bad deal, they're kind of...

    These wouldn't be a bad deal, they're kind of similar to the Motobecane Team Track. They also have a Leader complete for $950 on the website. Unknown Combat Complete Fixed Gear Bike | City Grounds...
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    Damn wtf dude, that's pretty sick.

    Damn wtf dude, that's pretty sick.
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    I wouldn't even waste my time or energy putting...

    I wouldn't even waste my time or energy putting together a custom bike with a $75 hi-tensile steel frame. If you're going to go with steel at least get one that's 4130.
  18. I don't think it's that big of a problem. I ride...

    I don't think it's that big of a problem. I ride a 53cm Surly Steamroller. I usually ride with 28mm wide tires and get a little bit of toe overlap. Last winter though I put a 38mm wide tire on the...
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    You can look at the complete leader 725's. City...

    You can look at the complete leader 725's. City Grounds | Leader 725 Complete Bike 2013
  20. 399024these are some really dope exclusive grips.

    399024these are some really dope exclusive grips.
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    My cog or lock ring has never come loose once...

    My cog or lock ring has never come loose once ever. I swap cogs a lot too so I don't think you really have to worry as long as you install them properly.
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    Vans Waffle Grip. Odi Longnecks and Ourys for MTB...

    Vans Waffle Grip. Odi Longnecks and Ourys for MTB Bars.
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    I would pick the Cinelli over the Sei Giorni any...

    I would pick the Cinelli over the Sei Giorni any day.
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    Surly cogs are nice man, I've had no trouble with...

    Surly cogs are nice man, I've had no trouble with my 16 tooth one. I use a surly cog and a $8 kmc chain and my bikes nice and quiet.
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