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Posting pictures of your issues helps.

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The duality of man
it has an old style of quick release common in the late 1980s and early 1990s
so the shift levers if original might be Tourney SL-TY22 (manufactured 1996 to 2006) or Tourney SL-TY16 (manufactured 1995 to 1996)
I would guess it could have been sold like this as late as 1998
>tfw I've never actually measured a 24 inch frame
put the seat height roughly between the height of their wrist and elbow when they are standing beside it
if the kid does not immediately fall off after climbing on the bike is the right size
The shimano wheels are 22mm external width and the enve are 29mm. Having a tire wider than your rim fucks aero.
Can someone please help me find a suspension fork for this gorilla monsoon? I want to put flat bars on it and hoon around

What does /n/ think of the only American built and designed LRV currently in production?
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I’ve ridden the QLine ones in Detroit and they’re cool, no breakdowns unless cars hit them, and they’ve held up in the ugly winters. Getting passengers is another story.
I know people who have toured the Brookville factory but you can’t just show up and expect to get in. They gone their start building electric mine locomotives and have also done restoration works for heritage PCC cars in San Francisco and El Paso.
there's no roaming wildlife in any civilized urban area, and there's no nigger infestation in oklahoma city afaik
i can't believe that shithole city has a streetcar
not a fan of the fact that the doors are only at the center

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We are BACK.
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choose one
Why would they allow a grounded plane not considered safe to fly in their airspace? Please explain this to me.
There are exactly zero US domestic flight materially affected by Canadian airspace. Because even the couple that might theoretically be are already running under capacity. Flying a barely longer route coats a lot less to the airline than running at 2/3 capacity. The whole premise of the asinine conversation you morons have had here is moot.
Do you really think Canada can say "no" to America? Get fucked, leaf.
FAA can keep sucking Boeing‘a dick all they want. I won’t book a flight with this deathcage.

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Hello, I'm hoping on buying a new bike lock as my previous bike was stolen
Any recommendations for a lock, factoring in security and price what would be a good recommendation
I live in South London in an area with alot of druggies, I had two previous bikes locked by a chain and combination lock which may if easily been cut with any tool

Should I get pic related from Halfords? Only £40
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Cool man, enjoy your 8 hour valorant sessions. I’ll be on my jet ski.
Imagine suching the man's cock so hard you think NEETs are the wasting your taxes and "draining society"

Have fun wageslaving the rest of your life to fund wars, pay for "refugees" to ride the gravy train, bail out your corporate overlords after they crash your economy and give assistance funds to your ebbin greatest allies for ?????? reasons. Dumb fucking faggot.
Are you trying to convince this guy or yourself bud
No, you won't catch me losing any sleep over "leeching" off wagies. Matter of fact, it feels great.
You sure man? It honestly seems like having a job is a lot better than putting this much effort into posting on 4chan /n/

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What's her deal?
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>She’s also gay
Yeah, nah
Stevensposting the new cancer?
its a shame that homely girls feel the need to disfigure themselves out of spite that they cant keep up with thots
She has a wife...
>life partner

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/n/ how can I get a fixie rider gf with thick thighs?

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True Chad.

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She's a solid 6. Maybe you're just a coombrain animal that loses cognitive ability once he sees a piece of ass.
Agreed, Hard 6

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>An Ireland-based entrepreneur is claiming to have invented a power-assisted bicycle wheel that doesn’t use batteries, doesn’t need charging, is not speed restricted and has an infinite range.
we got too cocky bros!
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>and it must weigh a ton compared to a regular wheel
regular wheels weigh "a ton" more than carbon wheels but you don't see that stopping them.
>what is the force that compresses and decompresses the spings in the next half rep
>Oh it cancels itself out you say while having friction losses on top
>what is thermodynamics anyways
>powered by weight
>average american first to cross the speed of light
So this is the power of Irish intellectuals
Why do "revolutionary" inventions like that always come in videos deafed with dubstep, and just so candid footage of it in use without actually explaining a damn thing.

>$10k bike
>rim brakes

holy cringe
keep seething, MTBtard
>any road bike
>disk brakes

holy cringe

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cadets are better than ratings edition

previous >>1503759
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Anon that's a sink...
this is [tugboat], anyone without a brewski in their hand may as well be wearing a dress
Looks comfy. Moar plox.
Yes, sink is just a urinal you can also brush your teeth and shave in.
I'd like to see everyone's cabin, sure.

Why are people on race bikes in skinny pants such massive faggots?
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do you say that to the incel moms?
no your seething because he said bikers are faggots.

Everyone reading this knows bikers are faggots and they are laughing at how much sand you have in your vagina over it
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easy there, you don't want hunter and joe to kill themselves now do you?
NOT transportation
> Anon it is just a phase, you will grow out of 29ers and come back to the good, christian 26er.

A major MTB brand sold two MTB models with 29ner wheels in 2002. In 2003 this was increased to four models, including the flagship dual suspension bike and flagship XC hard-tail (which still exists toady). I cannot be arsed going through the archives for other companies because they are typically super spotty, but 29ers were a thing in the early 2000s. Also note that I didn't say 29ers where the standard, I said that it appeared in the early 2000s.

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*builds a heavy freight railroad on really steep gradients*

Why do Americans do this?
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* There's more incentive to tunnel for passenger trains requiring speed.
Also private companies more mindful of capital investment/expenditure, as far as to maintenance.
European alpine climate may be a factor too for weather and reliability.
>There's more incentive to tunnel for passenger trains requiring speed.
They just stuck a bigger steam engine on the passenger trains or doubleheaded them to mitigate the ruling grade. A lot of mountainous routes were good for 70+ mph passenger trains back in their day, and railroads had the power to pull them
*and Canadians
If you think Sand Patch is steep, you need to look at Tennessee Pass. A good historical one is Rollins Pass.
>A good historical one is Rollins Pass.
I used to live near Rollins Pass and it’s an awesome drive to the top on the old grade, tooth rattling in a 2wd car but it’s doable. I’ve only drives up the east side and you can’t go all the way with the collapsed Needle’s Eye tunnel. Rollins Pass was sick, with 4% grades over an 11, 000’ pass, not to mention the snow. I’ve seen photos of quadruple header steam locos pushing a rotary snowplow.

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*raises your ticket prices*
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Literal shithole countries.
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>raises your taxes
Imagine thinking drugs were made illegal in the late 1960s/early 1970s and not realizing that same era saw the creation of a entire drug culture and the promotion of consumism and libertarian-like individualism on top of economic breakdown and the desindustrialization of the United States.
>I swear there is a government within the government itself
There is, what you think the whole shit about "the deep state" is about? And its not really the DEA, its the CIA itself. The DEA several times reaches drug dealers that are friends of the CIA and the darker sides of the US government and global networks and the state department have to step in because otherwise the DEA would take them down.

Thats why the DEA gets treated so harshly by the media and pop culture. Because they're pretty much the only people who take the drug war seriously in the US government. Colômbia, China, Philippines and the DEA in Bolívia during Operation Snowcap are the only people who have taken fighting drugs seriously in this planet. If everybody else did the same, a lot of banks in Switzerland, big multinational corporations, international organizations and world leaders would find themselves in trouble.
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what are you talking about goy? this is beautiful art

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Honestly cloverleafs have to be one of man's greatest inventions. They just look so sexy. I wish the government would just replace all interchanges with them.
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Toll roads yay.
Any four-way interchange can be converted to a pair of three-way interchange. They are pragmatic under land constraint.
>lane mathematics
This meme is fucking annoying. It's called "lane balance" and basic number of lanes if anyone is remotely concerned about it.
sometimes when i am driving down the freeway, ill turn off the offramp, do the full clover then continue on the freeway in the direction i was going. confuses/annoys friends
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The capital of Brazil has cloverleafs everywhere. They work well aside from rush hour

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>Stand clear of the closing doors please
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>mind the gap
>mind the gap
>mind the gap
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kill yourself furfag
Enjoyable video. I also appreciated how the lights near the track were flashing, at 2:46.
This is reminding me of how much I miss the noises of my nearest metro, which I haven't been on this year.

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Fixed Gear General
Cannondale track edition
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You could of saved yourself a lot of time if you just let the LBS fix your wheel lmao
I would still be riding it today as a road bike. But I had a crash and ending up fucking up my front wheel back and rear deraileur. The exage groupset was mediocre and the biopace chainrings felt shit. Converting this bike was the best decision I made. Now it is actually fun to ride. The drivetrain is completely silent. The only problem is that I have to use one of these bad boys to get the chain the right chain the right length every time I put on a new chain.
I forgot the pic.
No way man. I am very flexible and this is comfortable for me. The bike has a tall headtube compared to modern road bikes and the stem is 100cm long. Even though the stem is slammed, the bars are still higher than my modern bike which has 20mm spacers and a positive stem.
Hello. Yes definitely. It is what all the cool negros are doing.

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