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Dork Disc. Yay or Nay?
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honestly i'm fine with them being put on. if youre too retarded to take it off you're probably too retarded to not send your derailleur into the spokes
even if limits are set, some unga bunga will inevitably bend the hanger enough to where the once properly set limit will still send it into the spokes.
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>>1493478
derailleur pivots wear out
the combined effect can invalidate limit screws when you hit a bump
road freds and bikeshop gimps can only work with brand new parts and the proper tools
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>>1490399
taking off the dork disc increases the bikes resale value by so much

people just assume dork disc means walmat bike
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>>1492810
chain catchers don't do shit it's a scam
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fuck off, sieg

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I want to live on the ocean. Besides buying a boat, what other things should I do and read to help me achieve this goal?
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>>1488552
What's your experience sea faring? Are you single? Where are you located where do you want to go? I spent 8 years living onboard and crossed the Atlantic 6 times. Have you crossed before? What size boat? If you are smart cost aren't as extreme as everyone says if you are smart and handy. Also what do you do for employment?
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>>1488594
A great reference but I prefer this right here.
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>>1493415
Also know and understand the weather and how it works. It's the one things that can truly fuck you. NOAA has pilot charts for the oceans and carribbean sea for free but their pretty old. A new set varies in pricing based on how detailed they are.
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>>1493415
Finally, redundancy is your best friend if it can fail it will, Take sometime to know your stars.
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>>1488594
>piggyback on
found the navy fag, own up

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ETRTO 28-630 and downtube friction shifters edition

Last thread: >>1488847

Answers to common questions: http://topnigger.ueuo.com/

Helpful Resources:
https://sheldonbrown.com/
https://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help
https://yarchive.net/bike/index.html

If you want help purchasing a bike, post in >>>/n/bbg
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>>1493531
dude just get a hitch for your gay shitbox, then you can use it to trailer a bike and your hoosier racing slix or w/e to the track
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>>1493644
you haven't met a lot of cyclists.
>It enrages me to no end.
seek help.
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new thread >>1493788
new thread >>1493788
new thread >>1493788
new thread >>1493788
new thread >>1493788
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>>1493327
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l6EcBg9EPA
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>>1493949
HALLO HAMBINI

What does /n/ think of the Siemens s70?
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I want to check out the Seattle LRT and monorail.
Imagine the views
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>>1493371
Seattlite here, they were going to expand the monorail into a full blown system stretching across the city, sadly was canceled.
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>>1493233
function over form
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>>1493288
Based František,
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>>1493505
NPC tier opinion

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I bought a 1985 Grady White trophy pro to fix up and get back on the water. Should I post my progress here for you guys?
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Hell yeah man, keep us posted. Sounds way more badass than the endless gay cycling threads.
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>>1493217
Definitely. Grady Whites are nice boats. What's the story? How much did you buy it for? Condition? Is that a smudge on the stbd bow or damage?
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>>1493228
>My own life is terrible so I must shit on the life of others to compensate.
Cue up how your life isn't shit, that I suck, OP sucks, we all know it's coming and we'll ignore it.
>>1493229
Shine that boat up and you'll snag a fishing wife with a fat ass, anon. We're all gonna make it.
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Please update us OP. ignore the retards
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>>1493217
yes post progress OP
and please prove the old saying wrong.

and please for the love of god tell is it has a motor and all the parts are not in pieces

What the fuck is his problem?
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>>1488785
>>1488796
This. Help me I need to get out ride my bike. Fucking lock down. I need a book.
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>>1490833
checked and /thread
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>>1488796
I haven't even watched it but you are the epitome of "stop liking what I don't like" and I am only sad for you.

>>1490833
this guy gets it
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No ones talking about the real issue which is him using that same song in every single video.
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>>1488765
Literally who? Just click the button that tells youtube to stop showing you the channel, whatever it is.

For me, it will always be the Soyuz.

>looks like a lovechild of the Tintin's moon rocket and the Kremlin tower
>is brought to the launch pad horizontally, by a train
>doesn't roll on flight - the whole launchpad will rotate instead
>no hypergolics, is send on its way by igniting a giant match under the engine instead
>doesn't have navigation computers onboard - the cosmonauts will find the way home with analogue 'globus' instrument
>one giant turbo pump, four engine bells per stage
>three stages
>sheds the first stage boosters in beautiful Korolev cross pattern commemorating the orthodox christian heritage of the mother Russia
>has provided continuous service to space for over 50 years and counting

Friends, comrades. When will the good old space Lada finally meet its equal, its worthy successor?
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beep.
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>>1487852
Aerospace engineer here. Can confirm that the Soyuz is the most aesthetic rocket in existence.
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Bleeep,,,,Bleeep,,,,Bleeeep.
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>>1488009
cursed korolev cross
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I for one think the cancellation of Ares 1 was a shame. Think, american astronauts getting flung into space via 5 stage solid rocket motor and a big hydrogen 2nd stage.

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Post what you've got /n/
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>>1493407
i love this
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>>1492986
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This is an american image board
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>>1493496
>rising sun
>KUWAHARA
>american
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>>1493512
explaining jokes takes all the humor out of them

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Continued from>>1428181

Old thread hit image limit so post your airports thread #18 Starting with ARN
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CYS
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>>1492030
i dont know why, but i wish they had 747s.
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>>1492114
It would have been nice to see. I suppose the L-1011 gave them the coverage they needed in the past.
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BOS

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Is there anything more cozier than Street Running? Wish we still had active lines here in Chicago
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>>1477062
Forgot about that shit. I never get into the city enough to think about stuff like this, and want to leave this state ASAP, but this shit piques my interest. Can't imagine it'll be finished while I'm still young enough to look like one of the people in the renders, but we'll see.
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North Shore interurban, then and now, Wilmette, Illinois
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Santa Cruz CA
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>>1487963
>Trains are fine in their role, they are otherwise terrible in a high speed economy and for moving things that have a limited life span
In Switzerland even mail is carried by train.
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Oshkosh, Wisconsin

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Anyone else watching "The Architecture the Railways Built"? It's not too shabby, but it has given me a craving for more shows/documentaries on railroads. What's /n/ recommend?
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>>1490958
>"What didn't they do right?"
when it opened you could, in theory, step off the Metro at Gateshead (or any other designated interchange station) and jump straight onto a bus that would be waiting, because it would all be one big interlinked system. then the Tories decided no, local authorities cant run their own buses, thats communism!!, the solution being to gift-wrap the entire bus thing and hand it over to their mates in Stagecoach

that and its a public transport concern that is outside of the M25 so of course it receives 0 subsidy to run their 40-year-old rolling stock
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>>1484474
Full Steam Ahead is basically the ultimate documentary series on the early history of British railways.

The Train Now Departing is also a good one. It's pretty much a time capsule on the state of preservation in the 80s.
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>>1490971

Was going to suggest the train now departing but you bear me to it.

Railway roundabout is pretty good, as are chris eden greens videos. I can't remember now to spell his name, but it's something like ruraidh mcveigh. He has some pretty in depth videos about trains and stuff.
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EPISODE 4
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A8NFOEOvh5k3_Lde9HtpRf4RQD_HXwW0/view
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Watched the first episode of this, the guy's a bit awkward at times but talks about some interesting things. Will probably finish the rest when I've got time, thanks for posting the links

> Could a “Check Engine” light be coming to bikes? Shimano is thinking that way, and has filed a patent application for using artificial intelligence processing paired with sensors to monitor wear and maintenance of bicycle components.

https://www.bicycleretailer.com/product-tech/2020/05/08/patent-watch-shimano-technology-monitors-component-wear-ai
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>>1490513
dealership tools could be made out of raspis and use rj45 cables, but auto manufacturers and dealers both want their sekrit sauce
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>>1489518
>He doesn't have an OBD-II reader
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>>1492109
Stop buying Peugeot
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>>1492220
Peugeot has had great rankings in reliability studies those past few years though.
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>>1492340
They run fine, but you will always be haunted by the eternal CEL

if so,,, howd you get them? and not look like a total autist in the process

im always riding alone :(
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>>1493116
incel detected.
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>>1493117
Lol, have fun having a stupid bitch control your life because you're too weak to say no.
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>>1492183
I had a few friends in college who were into riding bikes. One of them was a hardcore rider who did 1000 miles in a week during the summer and the other was a chunky dude who was still insanely fast. I got them from going on group rides the school organized.
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>>1492205
Is this a copy pasta?
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At what point did you realize that "gravel bikes" are just what replaced front suspension hybrids when male inadequacy complex concluded that a front suspension hybrid is unacceptable?

Think about it. You can't refute this.
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>>1493404
>>1493453
32-40 ish mm 650Bs will fit on a 26er without altering the geometry, the diameters are similar but you may need to check brake adjustment, should be pretty easy with v-brakes but I wouldn't know about cantis (for road pull comatibility)
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>>1493453
on smooth surfaces there is not much practical difference between 1.5 and 2.1 inch tires
where 2 inch tires really starts to pay off is in course gravel bigger than Size #57 gravel and in the wet
and there is a little bit of flotation on sand but not really enough for deep sand like a fat bike

26 is kind of bad for a smooth ride as the chain stays and spokes are shorter
and many of the later 1990s MTB were overbuilt in their tube dimensions

that said 26 24 and 20 inch wheels are much better for bearing weight and lateral load
for any given hub width the wider angle of the spokes provides more strength
very important for tandems and cargo bikes

and lastly if your climbing hills the smaller wheels can help with lower gear ratios
27 and 28 inch wheels are a bit more suited to higher speed and smoother riding so each has their place
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>>1488093
>I'll have you know I've been to numerous gravel rides
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Bike Rides, and I've been involved in numerous secret gravel rides, and I have over 300 confirmed steep hills. I am trained in gorilla gravel and I'm the top descender in the entire US Strava segments. You are nothing to me but just another Fred. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of roadies across the USA and your bike is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You're fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can pass you in over seven hundred ways, and that's just on my 35mm tires. Not only am I extensively trained in going downhill on loose gravel, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the 32 - 37mm tires and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You're fucking dead, kiddo.
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>>1488086
There is no fucking difference between adventure and gravel bikes you homo faggot
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>>1493453
YEET.
T. Drop bar 90's rigid MTB owner

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finally, a practical use for automobiles
https://www.solidsmack.com/fabrication/hate-driving-a-car-try-driving-a-car-sized-bike-instead/
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>>1491103
car tyres and...? what car parts?
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>>1492244
what the actual fuck? 4 people died on one bike? and they turned directly into a semi truck?Complete retards.
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>>1492244
You're not an /o/tist and neither are any of the cagetrolls.
I'm a former /o/tist actually, I used to go to car shows and wrench all the time.
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>>1491235
I wonder if you could make a car
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>>1491103
and it even looks like shit too


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