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    ask.metafilter.com Bike costs - am I doing it wrong? - maintenance commute | Ask MetaFilter

    If it's at all close, head back to them, perhaps. If you bought the bike new, some of the parts may still be under warranty. If this is your only bike shop option, then maybe instead of firing them you can be a bit more proactive about checking what they are telling you, and letting them know you... Read article

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    nicomachus.net Drive your Bike to Work | nicomachus

    Or, why I don't talk of "driving" my bike. I like to ride mine. Drive your Bike to Work day, a humorous new site poking fun at VC advocates' insistence on calling cyclists drivers (visit bikeforums.net if you don't know what Vehicular Cycling is), just in time for next week. Drive your Bike to Work Read article

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    forums.teamestrogen.com Page Mill Rd. Construction

    If you're already or still climbing Page Mill Rd (and more power to ya') might want to read this post about road conditions there on: www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=358297 Read article

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    dmcope.freeshell.org Darren's Outdoor Page - VINTAGE MOULDEN ROAD BIKE

    Thanks to the following people who have emailed me with information regarding this bike: Paul from Hillsdale NJ, Paul from Cologne; Cornel from Henderson, Nevada; Rick from Oregon and Walter from http://www.bikeforums.net/ As I said earlier, I welcome any and all comments on this bike (or any of ... Read article

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    alloveralbany.com Buying a bicycle: Carl Johnson | All Over Albany

    I would strongly recommend some kind of eye protection (I won't touch the helmet issue) and you may find gloves to be very useful. As someone who rode off 60 pounds in the past four years let me offer this: if you're over 200 lbs. you're either a Clydesdale or an Athena, and you have lots of comp... Read article

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    wallbike.com Brooks Badges Illustrated

    “The Headbadge” is a “classic and vintage bicycle resource.” Thanks for posting the badge article This Headbadge page is being discussed on bikeforums.net Website Outtakes Bike Blogs Read article

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    mechbgon.com MechBgon's info page on cycling visibility

    I see something here that interests me. How do I find a place to buy it? Your local bike shops may be able to get it for you. If not, try searching Google for an online store, or ask for help at BikeForums.net . RossMAN from the AnandTech Forums generously donates the Web hosting that brings you ... Read article

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    atoms.net M o n a x

    It was supposed to be a straightforward operation, but my particular early 1980's Schwinn has an obstruction - an inner sleeve which gets in the way of the screws that hold the two sides of the adapter together. After a lot of consulting on bikeforums.net and the Chainlink, I decided to file a pa... Read article

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    velosolo.co.uk Fixed Wheel FAQ's at VeloSolo

    Why choose bolt on cogs over normal track hubs and screw on cogs? Good question. Threaded cogs have been around for years and many people use them without any problems whatsoever. However, search the 'fixed/singlespeed' section on any popular bike forum (try bikeforums.net or roadbike review foru... Read article

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    emilyabigail.com Emilyabigail.com » A Novice’s Guide to Bicycling

    Here is what one article said on the subject: Next, I was worried about sizing. It seems to be the number one reason as to why people struggle to purchase a bike. I know it’s one of the main reasons I have had trouble finding a bike. A member on Bikeforums.net told me this little piece of info... Read article

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    floridabicycle.org Where are the Bicycling PSA’s? « Florida Bicycle Association

    We all know that probably 9 out of 10 people who “accidentally” hit a cyclist will tell the cop on the scene “I didn’t see him/her.” There is a thread at the www.bikeforums.net web site about how to deal with insurance companies that translates that better. “I didn’t see him” appears to fly for ... Read article

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    mysite.verizon.net Acknowledgements

    1970's Royce Union folding bicycle. I wish to thank the following people or institutions:. Sheldon Brown for his awesome website . I built up the rear wheel using his wheelbuilding instructions. Luckily my wheel was 36 spoke, 3 cross. Of course, I've learned many other things from his website. Th... Read article

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    roberts-1.com Discuss -- Bike Hudson Valley

    BikeForums RoadBikeReview forums bikeMH (Bike Mid-Hudson) -- road and bridge conditions, routes, trip reports, events, issues in the Mid-Hudson area. NYC.bicycles -- routes, road and path conditions, trip reports, events, issues in the New York City area. older groups . . . Discussion of road a... Read article

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    metatalk.metafilter.com Bike threads of yore | MetaTalk

    Sorry to clutter, I'll email the mods about closing this I guess. Your question is broad-ranging enough that it's honestly going to be a better use of your time to go ahead and visit a well-recommended bike shop and ask questions. If that's inconvenient or intimidating, hang out on Bike Forums . ... Read article

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