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A lot of old road bikes I'm looking at have an extra tube next to the seat tube. What is it and what does it do?
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dumb ghostbumper
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>>1591486
wait... how did this post get bumped? wheres the post?
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>>1591486
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>>1594464
https://archive.nyafuu.org/n/thread/1497918/#1594459
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>>1594506
>https://archive.nyafuu.org/n/thread/1497918/#1594459
Oh

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There should be PSAs telling people how to drive in traffic.

Would save billions.
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>>1595554
You are in a very small minority then.
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>>1595555
I'm not no one, though.
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>>1595559
You're right. You're 1 person.
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>>1595552
>Why wouldn't you be pissed over a nonsense barrier to a career, bud?
Not getting a job at Burger King when you were 18 wouldn't be a barrier to a career. They had probably hired people like you who didn't have reliable transportation and got burned, so they just stopped hiring people who didn't drive

You have a mental problem
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>>1595237
>PSAs telling people how to drive
Tweet the video to their phone while they are driving.

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Ha ha, this is so crazy it just might work!
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>>1592085
London City Airport was built on a derelict dock that has been abandoned for years, not a public park enjoyed by thousands of people.
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>>1592065
>>1592058
>>1592121
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>>1592058
sounds like a great idea Osama
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>>1592085
london city is far away from the actual city centre, that area(docklands) was a shithole 20 years ago
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>>1592225
>Megacity One-tier 'skyscraper'
>For an airport
You could fit a city's worth of inhabitants in that one building, this is Coruscant material

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shifting with this
https://youtu.be/nrnb-mvqd3s

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/n/ Strava

Forever Shinkansen on strava.

we love trains.
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>>1594855
My Garmin and Zwift just syncs to strava, pretty much no effort. Dont use it for commute rides around town
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>>1596297
>putting zwift rides on strava
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>>1596334
stay mad boomer
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>>1594441
Is it really wrong to wear a plain t-shirt and some gym shorts? I don't want to buy Lycra
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>>1596349
it's not wrong
it's not wrong to go swimming on a t-shirt and gym shorts either, if you get my point

Pan Am was asking for it.
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>>1595858
[spoiler]http://www.nycaviation.com/2014/03/we-gaan-the-horror-and-absurdity-of-historys-worst-plane-crash/22569[/spoiler]
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>>1595823
was getting lost part of your plan?
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>>1596240
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>>1596240
Of course.
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>>1596263
It still blows my mind that out of all the tributes from these "pilot forums", they managed to use the fucking Baneposting one.

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I miss the old Eurostar livery. Why is change a good thing?
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>>1592337
its the livery plus im not a brit so ive never seen them irl
>>1592349
yeah
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>>1592281
GNER made the best use - livery wise - of the TMST
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>>1592321
I liked the TMST, ultimately, though, not for the reason you'd probably expect.
I took the Eurostar from Brussels to London in 2017, but I live in Ireland, so it's not a journey that would ever be something I'd normally experience, but I was in Germany at the time, and decided to take the ICE to Brussels and then the Eurostar.

Regardless, the TMST was pretty nostalgic for me, not because I had been on one before, but because I had used the Belfast-Dublin Enterprise train a lot. At that time, they had "modernised" and totally redone the interior, but the original interior was to the Eurostar spec, and was manufactured by DeDeitrich (a coach builder which was absorbed into Alsthom).
Having the exact same seats, tables and carpets was something I didn't expect to be immediately familiar with, despite having never been on the TMST before.
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>>1592336
Same here
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>>1592303
The styling cues now are shit. Anything white with a monocolor wavy band can go straight back to hell.

They're just incredible to look at. Smooth uninterrupted asphalt with clear and sharp white markings on the road. No oil spills or stains to be seen. There aren't many manholes or access points and those that are there blend into the streetscape perfectly. Everything feels freshly built when in reality it's probably been there for years.
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Well in Finland we have to deal with snow ice etc. which deforms the roads also studded tyres etc.
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>>1591615
>>1592007
>invest money into maintenance
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>>1591205
A lot of developed countries have regulations on what can legally drive on their roads. In the US, if it meets a small check list, it's good enough
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Big AMERICAN penis crack pavemen
our penis sooo small does not crack ground
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this thread belongs on /o/

Oil companies should be held liable for climate change, since they’ve known what they were doing for several decades.

https://archive.is/aT12S
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>>1586701
I stepped on a bug. That insect's progeny could've saved MILLIONS from starvation! Therefore, I must be held responsible.
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>>1586701
So by that logic, gay men literally murdered 32.7 million people and soon many millions more because they started transmitting HIV/AIDS in 1981.
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>>1586691

...by that logic: every single person having gas heating in their house, every single person who bought more than a drop of petrol (gas in burgerlanguage...), everyone on earth for his ancestors participating on the steam era, because it began with burning coal in trains, factories and homes...

Blaming big oil is comfortable but not correct, it should be all of us who let big oil become big...
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>>1586941
>Ok explain how you will heat millions of homes in the mid west during winter nights?
chuck some wood, pussy
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>>1589237
>(you) should also be held liable for the consumption of said products since (you) were an integral part of their business model.
did they ever actively lie to people to make them think climate change wasnt affected by their fuels?

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how do major bike manufacturers get away with charging upwards of 5k for bikes made in china?

like literally how is a piece of shit weak carbon bike worth 5k let alone 10-20k...
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>>1596148
I've been to third world countries where they're bicycle dependent and I find it almost offensive how we have access to these amazing machines in the west and fucking walmart fats with plenty of money won't spend more than $300. really blows my mind how people would rather have a shitty car and a bunch of video games or something than an awesome bike or two.
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>>1592470
Now do GDP Per Capita
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>>1579555
>how do major bike manufacturers get away with charging upwards of 5k for bikes made in china?

How do drug companies charge thousands for drugs make for peanuts in China? Trump showed drug costs are all mark up from middle men.
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>>1579732
It is sort of keyed that Loud and Proud Caucasian male got that ugly ass orc to do work for him.
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>>1596160
>Trump showed drug costs are all mark up from middle men.
Are terrorists this gullible?

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I'm not saying he was right about everything but he should be stickied. Like /g/ has the bird sex guy.

Why isn't there a sticky and why isn't it sheldon brown? The fact is this is now the bikes board. All other transportation exists to make cycling more fun and more convenient. It's time we faced the truth, /n/.
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>>1595825
what makes him the patron saint of bicycles?
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>>1503809
It's so great they had to build a wall to keep the poor capitalists out.
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>>1595810
How new are you
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>>1527838
Islamic theocracy is better.
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>>1595838
very. I just come here for the boat threads

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>Every episode is set in Latin America
Why, exactly, are Sudacas allowed to operate airplanes?
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>>1595714
suck me beautiful
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>>1595661
>mfw he survived perfectly fine
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>>1595615
Time crunch. Had to connect back to Schiphol after Gran Canaria or KLM would be forced to pay overnight accommodations for all the passengers.
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>>1595586
It was van Zanten’s fucking runway.
It was van Zanten’s fucking rules.
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Would this lead to a cycling renaissance in North America, by making it cool among normies?
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>>1588625
cycling will never be cool, this would just bankrupt apple
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>>1594908
faggot on the internet: cycling will never be cool

coronavirus: hold my cell membrane
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>>1588625
no, but building streets that encouraged bicycling sure would
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fixies did that,
posers rode single speed
everyone got flats and stolen bikes
then uber came out
everyone started taking uber instead cause theyre lazy
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>>1588625
bikes will never be cool

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Are they only viable in very dense urban environments?
Most systems with high ridership are in places like HK and Singapore.
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>>1593203
It kind of intersects the Q Line but that’s so infrequent as well. I really want this kind of stuff to succeed but it’s hard not to scoff. If Detroit had at least kept the five major PCC served lines radiating out from downtown, and built a subway under Woodward as was proposed in the 20s...well, the place still would have gone to heck but maybe not quite as bad.
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>>1592407

>>1592550 is right:
>There's not a lot of incentive to build or to sell to a developer.

Lots don't exist for no reason, the owners will do a cost/benefit analysis of development. In a lot of cases it really is the easiest way for profit to just leave it at a surface lot. Easy to maintain, low maintenance, minimal (if any) employment. To develop the lot means construction, planning, permits, hiring consultants, leases, all sorts of things that have risks. How tall of a building do they put? How much can they risk? What if the building doesn't fill with tenants? If their lot is already being filled and making consistent cash, owners often just leave it as is.
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>>1592377
the market didn't really build the highways tho
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Used this one in Naha, really nice, but it is more expensive than other rail services in other parts of the country
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>>1593163
The history of the people mover is that everyone was bitching about how Detroit had zero local public trans it and zero transit that was safe so they installed the people mover to shut everyone up, hence why it's generally a piece of shit that is only ever used when the Con Center has their car show. Now that Detroit is "bouncing back" (pro tip: it's not) there have been talks about fulling getting rid of the mover and just putting in more trolly track.

Who the fuck thought it was a good idea for these to be used in a place as crowded as London
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>>1594684
>South London is basically a warzone
and it will always be, no matter how many bike lanes you construct. it's south london.
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>>1594692
dude i was proving him wrong why did you drag me into this
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>>1594684
Kensington is my commute, I don't want cycle lanes anyway. I can't think of anything more boring. Doing the same routes regularly is bad enough.
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>>1592596
fuck off, victoria is the best
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>>1594805
how do cycle lanes stop you from doing a different route you retard?




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