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Old 08-21-07, 06:44 AM
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Oh god [bEn] i did that 3 weeks ago.
:S
I'm just riding with it for the moment though.
Poor high school kid ftw
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Old 08-21-07, 08:24 PM
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oiling a brake ... man, stay in school
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Long story...

Father got posted to Islamabad Pakistan 1988 I was about ten ears old.

Had my BMX shipped to Pakistan.

My saddle was promptly stolen within 24 hours (never leave bike unattended in any developing country)

So the only saddles the local store had were the ones made of hard plastic, but at least it was shaped like a saddle.

4 weeks later as I tried to bike up the local concrete slide, while locals were spectating, I slipped of the side and fell.

Physically I was okay but my ego was severally bruised, deciding a quick getaway was prudent and that I could check for injuries later I skittled away at warp speed.

now unbeknownst to me that plastic seat had a large crack in the middle BUT it was not evident since hard plastic without pressure on it looks like its okay. But when I sat on it the crack opened up and well the lower part of my scrotum/sac slid into the crack.

I pull into the driveway and slowly begin to dismount since my earlier bruises were keeping me from any "fast movement" when I felt a VISCERAL SHOOTING pain on my testicles from teh plastic closing backup, instead of sitting back down I jumped up even faster. I lost about a square centimeter or skin that dayfrom my left nut and learned a valuable lesson, surprisingly balls dont bleed that much.

and yes I did pass out I woke up about 10-15 seconds later on the concrete driveway with a a red spot on my shorts...

On that note good night all.

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Old 08-23-07, 12:22 AM
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Bought like 60 patches and no adhesive, thinking they were self-adhesive.
Used the same tires for 3 years.
Wore a wool Jersey in the rain.
Underwear under the shorts.
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Old 08-23-07, 04:39 AM
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Originally Posted by DirtPedalerB View Post
oiling a brake ... man, stay in school

you would have done it too.
i just spilt the fluid on there.....was holding the little container and wasnt concentrating and bam.
The damage was there.
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Old 08-23-07, 07:40 AM
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Mine is a "measure once, cut twice" story. Was sizing a chain by wrapping it around the largest cog and chainring. So far, so good, right? What I didn't notice as I pulled the ends taught to measure was that the back wheel turned enough to allow the chain to shift into a smaller cog. Well, I noticed it after I had gone ahead and shortened the chain.

After adding back the needed links, I realized I'd blundered again by leaving the wrong two ends. Had to add in just one more link to give me the right ends to close the chain using the master link.

At least I got lots of practice that day with my chain tool .
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Old 08-23-07, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by JonathanGennick View Post
Mine is a "measure once, cut twice" story. Was sizing a chain by wrapping it around the largest cog and chainring. So far, so good, right? What I didn't notice as I pulled the ends taught to measure was that the back wheel turned enough to allow the chain to shift into a smaller cog. Well, I noticed it after I had gone ahead and shortened the chain.

After adding back the needed links, I realized I'd blundered again by leaving the wrong two ends. Had to add in just one more link to give me the right ends to close the chain using the master link.

At least I got lots of practice that day with my chain tool .
chaintools!!! grrrr!
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Old 08-23-07, 06:14 PM
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We adapted a non-disc compatible to make it able to use disc brake by welding metal piece to it ... I don't know why but the frame collapsed at the place we welded ... probably kept the thing for too long at the same spot and got the aluminium tubing thinner
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Old 08-23-07, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by massive89 View Post
welll...im still a newb but ..anyways i bought my hardrock comp disc 08 jus last week witout a helmet. so my friends and i decide to go test it on some urban downhill racing(concrete). we hit to trails and my friends are on on bmx bikes so thier turning is better because of the smaller wheel base. so i am racing 1st place at like 30-35mph...then i seel ike stone walls that surround the side of the trails the passage way gets smaller and the stone walls start to get closer and closer...suddenly a nice turn comes up...worst mistake ever i braked wit the back brakes hard so my bike is sliding sideways towards tha wall so then i hit the front brakes and the front wheel first turns right and i go over tha bars at like 20 mpd and rolll three times my bike ended up god knows where and im on the floor.so i quickly get up and this is either strenght or jus the adrenaline pump...i start walkin holding my head and my friends tell me to sit down because i was bleeding. I didnt believe them until i saw the blood dripping off my hands and wrist. so i get driven to the er in the hospital.luckily i didnt crack my head i scrapped it up pretty bad hurt my shoulder and broke a wrist. luckily no brain injuries neck or spine. so my friends the next thrree days drops off my bike and the only thing wrong with it was the saddle.....and no scratches!!!!!!! welll im jus lucky im alive my wrist is broken so i cant weigtlift anymore for at least a month but at least i have my brain and can still get strait As at school. Also the scarrs are healing up well and the hair is growing back on the bald spots the concrete gave me. so two good lessons i learned is to wear a helmet and to press both brakes at the same time.

I bet your teachers are proud.
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Old 08-23-07, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Jamshedk View Post
Long story...

Father got posted to Islamabad Pakistan 1988 I was about ten ears old.

Had my BMX shipped to Pakistan.

My saddle was promptly stolen within 24 hours (never leave bike unattended in any developing country)

So the only saddles the local store had were the ones made of hard plastic, but at least it was shaped like a saddle.

4 weeks later as I tried to bike up the local concrete slide, while locals were spectating, I slipped of the side and fell.

Physically I was okay but my ego was severally bruised, deciding a quick getaway was prudent and that I could check for injuries later I skittled away at warp speed.

now unbeknownst to me that plastic seat had a large crack in the middle BUT it was not evident since hard plastic without pressure on it looks like its okay. But when I sat on it the crack opened up and well the lower part of my scrotum/sac slid into the crack.

I pull into the driveway and slowly begin to dismount since my earlier bruises were keeping me from any "fast movement" when I felt a VISCERAL SHOOTING pain on my testicles from teh plastic closing backup, instead of sitting back down I jumped up even faster. I lost about a square centimeter or skin that dayfrom my left nut and learned a valuable lesson, surprisingly balls dont bleed that much.

and yes I did pass out I woke up about 10-15 seconds later on the concrete driveway with a a red spot on my shorts...

On that note good night all.
Sweet Joseph and Mary that made me cringe like none other. I think your experience takes the cake of newb mistakes.
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Old 08-23-07, 09:12 PM
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Forgetting to unclip when I stopped at a cross walk. Everyone laughed because they had no idea I had clipless pedals on and thought I just sucked at riding a bike. Haha.
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Old 08-23-07, 09:38 PM
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my friend wanted to buy my DMR V8 pedals off my old bike, and he wanted me to take them to school to see what their condition was. the right pedal came off no problem, but i broke a wrench on the left one. i then thought, why not go on the internet o see how to take off pedals. of coarse the left pedal has to be reverse threaded. it came off after that.
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Old 08-29-07, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by DoYlE_RiD3r View Post
We adapted a non-disc compatible to make it able to use disc brake by welding metal piece to it ... I don't know why but the frame collapsed at the place we welded ... probably kept the thing for too long at the same spot and got the aluminium tubing thinner
If you don't know about HAZ and different heat treatments then you have no business holding a welding torch.

As for my embarrassing story...it's more in line with urban riding, but I was riding back from middle school (I think it was middle school--it could have been high school) one day and had just one backpack strap over my shoulder. The other one was loose for some reason. Well, of course, it snagged on a tree and yanked me right off the back of my bike. My bike proceeded to ride itself straight into the back of a parked car, whose alarm went off, further calling attention to my idiocy.
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I'm surprised that Salsa hasn't posted something on here.... because I spent about 2 years bringing his bike to the LBS to get it fixed after he "fixed" it....
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I went to Steamboat Springs when I was in HS for a soccer tourney that my sister was in. Found a great deal on a new Scott Unitrack bike with the Scott Spring Unishock fork, I decided that this new front shock trend had to be for me being I was on my second bent fork on my old Schwin Impact. I was so excited to ride it down the mountain! Couldn’t do it the next day because I got food poisoning (lesson one: No Mexican food from a restaurant in a back alley…)

The next next day, a now lighter me, was riding the gondola up to the top with my brand new bike! I was with some other guys and we started on the beginner trail. The severe washboard, and the kids with the training wheels told us that we should switch to the intermediate trail, so we did. We hit some REALLY steep (that is how I remember it at least….) single track and when I hit a rubber water bar across the trail. My flat plains riding skill kicked in, along with the new sensation of the shock compressing, and I was on my face with my new bike resting on my back. A few choice words and I was up and moving again. Found the next water bar and preceded to do the SAME THING! More cuss words….noticed I broke the bar end section of the one piece Scott handlebar….cussed more, and then rode the rest of the way fuming.

When I got back to the room, I was covered in orange dust head to toe, was bleeding, and had to shop for a new handle bar and was thinking, THIS is Mountain Biking! It was the best Mt. Bike experience I ever had!

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I went to Steamboat Springs when I was in HS for a soccer tourney that my sister was in. Found a great deal on a new Scott Unitrack bike with the Scott Spring Unishock fork, I decided that this new front shock trend had to be for me being I was on my second bent fork on my old Schwin Impact. I was so excited to ride it down the mountain! Couldn’t do it the next day because I got food poisoning (lesson one: No Mexican food from a restaurant in a back alley…)

The next next day, a now lighter me, was riding the gondola up to the top with my brand new bike! I was with some other guys and we started on the beginner trail. The severe washboard, and the kids with the training wheels told us that we should switch to the intermediate trail, so we did. We hit some REALLY steep (that is how I remember it at least….) single track and when I hit a rubber water bar across the trail. My flat plains riding skill kicked in, along with the new sensation of the shock compressing, and I was on my face with my new bike resting on my back. A few choice words and I was up and moving again. Found the next water bar and preceded to do the SAME THING! More cuss words….noticed I broke the bar end section of the one piece Scott handlebar….cussed more, and then rode the rest of the way fuming.

When I got back to the room, I was covered in orange dust head to toe, was bleeding, and had to shop for a new handle bar and was thinking, THIS is Mountain Biking! It was the best Mt. Bike experience I ever had!

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hahaha stupid things ive done as a newbie.... tried posting on here!
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first ride on my first road bike in clipless for the first time and forgot to clip out. fell over as a woman walking her dog passed me. haha ****

then just last weekend on my MTB, my first REAL MTB ride in the santa cruz mountains i did a few things, but nothing earth shattering. the first was falling going uphill (after a drop) turning when my tire caught in loose dirt. i guess i veered off the trail a few inches. second was i mistakenly went big to big and completely locked my chain up. i then tried to fix it but was shifting the wrong way while trying to force everything moving again. im pretty sure i messed up my rear hub but the bike guy said the noise was nothing to worry about. although, he did say that the bent gear on my rear cassette was a little more serious. luckily he was able to bend it back easily. the next day, i went big to big again by mistake, but this time i was able to fix it without bending anything or hurting any bearings.
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Another cliples story:

I had started riding with a fully rigid Specialized Rockhopper, Bought March or April of '96, added a susp. fork, added powergrips. Got so hooked on trail riding, by mid July I had the Top Stumpjumper of '96, M2 Comp, in layaway.
Mid August:
First trail ride on the new bike, which was way lighter than the Rockhopper. It was also the first time I rode "Poto" outside Pinckney, Mi. As I am TRYING to climb hills with the SWEET new bike, the front end kept lifting up. So, there I am, front end lifting, then the rear spining out as I tried to put weight over the front. THEN trying to unclip when I stopped TRYING to climb the hill! Come to find out, the cleats had loosened up in both shoes, & just turned on the shoe as I tried to unclip.

NEVER try clipless for the first time if you have a brand new bike!

I think it was more of a love than a hate relationship with the M2 Comp, because that is STILL only ride I have for the trail!

Now for the wife!

First time in cliples was on Mackinac Island, Mi. We ordered some $20,.00 Nashbar clipless for her to "TRY" & see if she liked clipless or not. Labor Day w/e is always busy. Yes she needed to stop, & couldn't get out. She fell in front of the Govenor's mansion! We have since got her a nice set of Shimano clipless!

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This post is for those who've ridden bikes with cantilever brakes.
When I returned to biking, I decided to save money and bought a old 89 Nishiki rigid fork MTB at a garage sale for cheap. I guess that was better than a X-Mart bike. Anyway I took this rigid fork on three MTB rides. My neck, back and arms hurt so bad, I dreaded going on another ride. So I bought a cheap, Suntour suspension fork that had NO cable stop and, still saving money installed it myself. Keep in mind the Nishiki has cantilever brakes.
I took it out on my first ride with a suspension fork with my two sons. I went down a small hill and grabbed the brakes, that's when I found out why old forks had cable stops. When I hit the brakes, the springs in the fork compressed and the brakes didn't. All I could think was aw $h!-, I'm dead.
The two boys thought it was funny as I plowed down the hill.
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I tightened my entire bb in, only to realize I was forcing it in the wrong way. Stripped the crap out of the threads.
me too, luckily it was able to be fixed
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Originally Posted by BlkGuitarRedCar View Post
stopped pedaling on a fixed gear.......
I did the same thing:

'Oh ****, pothole'

*stands up and tries to coast*

*death*
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When I was a kid, 12 or 13 or something and it was cool not to have brakes on the old BMX bike I ended up on top of a huge hill and got going way too fast... I panicked and steered for a chain-link fence. I made it out with some painful bruising but otherwise OK (now I know why those pads were on the stem and handlebars back in the day).
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