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"90s rigid MTB with track bars and fat supple gumwall slicks" edition.

Please post your requirements in a bike and also your budget and height anons, and someone will more likely be able to help you.

I'm looking at buying something with drop bars, briftees, and very big tire clearance (~45mm) for very comfy cruising, commuting and some gravel and cargo hauling day trips.
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Same guy here. Would this work for the same purpose as the Kijote? I trust this guy because I bought a nice Bridgestone RB-2 from him this summer. It also looks to be in good condition and it fits me. Is the geometry that different on a cyclocross bike?
The only thing I see wrong with it is that he removed the smaller chainring so one of the brifters is kinda useless. Will the lack of a small chainring be a problem for acceleration?
>be heavy and tall boi (105kg) who likes to sprint
For on road and off, would the canyon gravel be better in carbon or alloy? The alloy seems good to me as it doesn't have the memebars and still has a 105 groupset.
Anyone ridden these puppies? It'd be nice to have some fat slicks on there and ride it around country roads and for light gravel trail bikepacking with some frame bags and such.
I'd go for it only if he still has the original 2x crankset and front deailleur around somewhere. That's definitely a ghetto 1x setup, chainring doesn't seem to be narrow wide and that cassette is awful small for 1x.
Looks more like a gravel bike than a cyclocross bike in any case, geometry is relaxed and compact. More like an endurance road bike with wider tire clearance.

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Old /PYBT/ >>1248584

It hit the bump limit.

Well, Post Your Bike.
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are you new to this or something ?
thats a dolan pre cursa.
that's the defacto go to track bike for a beginner track cyclist.
that's also why basically any velodrom has several as rentals.

and wide ass riser bars on a fixie are meme af.
the only thing this thing needs to complete the package is an axle mounted front porteuer rack.

it's a sick bike btw owned one for a while.
currently building a track champion.
It is a track bike but not used on the track anymore.
It rains pretty often, cold weather but flat as a pan.
A fixed gear in Manchester is ideal, little shit to break and as said I put drops on it, wide bars are dumb as fuck for commuting.

Cheers man, not quite a pre-curse but the design that Terry Dolan used before forming Dolan as it is today.
And how do you find the track champion, never got to use it on the boards, tried a friends on the street and felt stiff as fuck.
If you get your use out of it, no.
But cheap "fixies" never last. Eventually you'll spend more on fixing it than having a decent bike if you use it for commuting. If you only need 1 gear grab a decent brand like Genesis (assuming you're UK from the brakes),
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L-Lewd. The late 80s - late 90s were the pinnacle of paint color schemes.
Nigga, that shit makes me rock hard.

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Africa edition.

Old thread: >>1225282
Current thread: >>1256543
Future thread: ????????
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Why not kill cages now?
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>he doesn't know about electric cages
nothing like taking a walk in the park while getting your healthy dose of highway-level car exhaust!
my god no wonder why no one like cyclist

you do realize that trucks, planes, trains, and boats also use gas right?
>Not enough housing
>Property developer decided to subdivide luxurious houses into smaller units to rent them out
>Government: No! It would be a violation against the rule, especially they would now have not enough parking spot for each unit! Restore them immediately or we would confiscate them!
Fuck you Hong Kong government

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Has anyone here ever completely re-painted a frame? Is it worth the hassle? I have a pretty nice chromoly Univega that I want to do up in some kind of artistic paint job
Whether it's worth the hassle depends entirely on your need to personalize your belongings. But keep in mind that if you've never done it before, it's highly unlikely that you'll get it to be anywhere near a durable as the factory paint.

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Oh man, I would love to ride in an airship. Since I'm not rich and famous, it looks like my only option is gonna have to be saving up to visit that company in Friedrichshafen. Any of you mooks ever tried it?
There is a cheaper way out, mate.

/toronto/ thread
we need to keep this general going guys

post subways,streetcars, buses, roads, trails bikes, airports, planes and anything else once it's related to toronto
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YUS subway operator here

Ask me questions
how many people did you run over last week
I'll be mad if this doesn't go through.
fuck doug ford to be honest
We need that relief line built, after the crosstown LRT is completed.

Until then, I use my bike to get myself from home to work and anywhere else. Distance isn't ever a problem regardless of weather or temperature.

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al gore tesla dicksuckers btfo


>Advanced fiber-reinforced bottles are comparable to the rechargeable lead-acid battery in terms of energy density.


funny how liberals will literally get behind whatever empowers communism the most.. ie conflict minerals too toxic to even recycle and draconian taxes against the gases we exhale
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i'm new here please explain like I'm dumb
what is the correct opinion to have about this stuff
It's as dumb as you are
>what is the correct opinion to have about this stuff
Rolling your eyes, closing the thread, and ignoring it as the useless bait it actually is.
Nobody is producing anything like this for real, nor will they.
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,,dontbe meanto leadacid.,,, 98% recycled!,
,,isaw achicken,,,got soclucked!!,,
,,,butop,, stronger tanksand cryogenic fills.,,SCUBA sneeksair by ice.,
,,use hydrogen ,floats,,,soit gets liter as you fillup!

Hello /n/, /out/ here.
Last time I was out at Yosemite, I noticed a large amount of bicycle riders, and that there is a lot of bike paths all over, so it seems like a great way to get around and have some fun.
Problem is that I drive a Toyota Mr2, and I do not wish to mount a stupid rack system to haul a bicycle 200 miles and look like a stupid cock doing it.

So how shit are folding bicycles? If I can get one small enough, I can just place it behind the passenger seat.
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Just install a towbar dude
and then find a basic single/double hitch rack from the 90s
>I don't think you can fit a folding bike behind the seat of any MR2

Harry managed to fit 2 folding bikes and his wife in a ferrari testarossa

protip: wheel well

How about just stop being poor?
What's with the non-sequitor?
This looks pants on head retarded

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ITT: Cool intersections, interchanges and other road infrastructure. I'll start with a combination- diverging diamond / roundabout intersection
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It's like the city planners played Sim City 4 and couldn't figure out that highways can lead to other cities.
It is?
> a quarter
Not every left-turn movement needs to this treatment. Space can be scarce.
God, that shit is stupid. Are Americans really too stupid to make a left turn safely?
If you would at least think about it, many European and British street network has these kinds of intersection turn restriction that makes de facto jughandles. A more pronounced analogy is the quadrant intersection.
Now I'm imagining a long queue of left turning vehicles block itself and the entire intersection snake-style in the type C.

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Our national railway company is ordering some ugly as fuck intercity trains. They will enter service in 2022.
Why, Alstom?
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>anthropomorphising trains
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It resembled me the EG2TV trains which will serve a new urban rail service in Moscow
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That trainset also looks a bit like our new regional trains which entered service this month.
No, this regional trainset is much more beautiful than ours with this "beck" and sticking out front lights.
(How I fucking hate google-captcha)
These things need to wear a helmet when it rains

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Discussion thread for /n/ related anime. Yowamushi is still airing.
Last thread >>1145489
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I wanted to like it, but its so damn boring.
>for all intensive purposes
finally found that Long Riders porn.

>Posted: 2017-12-06 04:20

did you finally learn how to get on sad panda?
Don't lewd them!

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Continued from >>1069094

Old thread hit image limit so post your airports thread #13, starting with HKG
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My god, it's real
Who has priority?
It looks like the plane has stopped for the train to go through.
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The way I understand it, tower has the train schedule, so all clearances are issued with that in mind.

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Oh, got another one.

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Do airplane pilots post on this board? If so, what advice would you give to a new student pilot?
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Always try to land into wind and dirty side down.
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33.8 hours student here
>Don't be a faggot in the ATC and remember "who" "what" and "where"
>your logbook is your best friend
>stick to renting headsets until probably after or just before your solo since David Clarks and Bose (the best ones) are expensive
>land and take off towards the wind
>time is everything, build your time as quickly as you can
>learn to round out and flare and to do cross wind corrections
>A Cessna 172 will be the most forgiving aircraft you will ever fly.
>stick to one plane
>buy the most expensive equipment you can afford, aviation is proprietary as fuck
>get foreflight on your phone and iPad
>listen to your instructor
>actually study your shit and get the books
>advice would you give to a new student pilot?
don't die
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>stick to one plane
Meh. If you have a choice to start with something extremely basic and cheap, instead of forgiving and expensive - go with the first option. You will get more experience for the same amount of money and when the time comes to do your x-countries, conversion to something faster and fancier will be easy as.

Who else is stockpiling parts for their over winter builds?

Post pics, link black Friday deals, ask questions etc
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damn, threads too old to delete. Sorry

Box fresh: $250
Minimal wear (like mine): $150
High tooth wear, scruffed cranks, destroyed spindle, stripped pedal thread etc: $50-150

I've been watching eBay prices for these for a while and this is about what I'd expect
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It's okay, we can coexist peacefully. :3

There's lots of things in the urban environment that can be upgraded. :)
I upgraded my dick brakes to deore recently. I don't know what more to do to my bike. My alivio 9 speed rear derailer is working satisfactorly.
Build another one
What's the spec on the bike? Any pics?
Do you just want to make it more comfy and rideable, or something else?

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When the plane is too big the engines put it all lost of dust...
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I can only imagine being one of those people on an upgraded Concorde shuttle flight. It must have been amazing.
"Shuttle" is the callsign for all domestic British Airways flights.
"Speedbird" the famous BA callsign is for international flights only, a hold over from BOAC.
"Cityflyer" is BA's other callsign which is used for BA Cityflyer, their Embraer 175 services which operate from London City Airport.

British Airways callsigns can be weird.

Also, towards the end of Concorde's life, around the 1990s, British Airways operated a number of charter flights with their Concordes. These mostly were short 1-2 hour flights which left a UK airport, usually Heathrow to go somewhere in Europe.
These flights often either did supersonic stretches over the Atlantic to Iceland to refuel in Keflavic before returning, or to Northern Spain usually around Bilbao or into the Bay of Biscay to some Western French airport.
Concorde charters were profitable, as passengers paid £800 for a short supersonic flight with no baggage, and with really only drinks served on board. Since relatively little fuel was burned for these joy rides, a lot of smaller airports with long runways got to see a Concorde.
These were ended around the start of the 2000s when Concorde's scheduled services were more in doubt.
Hey, it's my home airport. I love Stewart so much, it's such a comfy place to fly out of.


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Goddamn I haven't flown out of VLC in over a decade, I never knew that it could even handle a 747. It really does amaze me how some Airports can handle large aircraft. I live in near PBI so I see Air Force One every now and then and it surprised me to see the airport handling a 747. Also this video does capture the true size of the 747.

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