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Is Ekranoplan useful?
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>>1176758
Ekranolplans are hydrofoils taken to eleven.
You may meet it's slower, less efficient, cousins at some time.
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>>1179268
>tfw I'll probably take the JR Beetle ferry from Busan to Fukuoka later this year.
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>>1179268
>>1179270
Wish we had hydrofoil ferries in the Bay Area.
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How to stop the wheels rubbing the frame or disk brakes permanently?

I keep getting my bike fixed for the rubbing sound but whenever I want to take it for a ride after a long break, the rubbing seems to be still there. I hate the thought that it hinders my performance even if there is just a little bit friction between the wheel and the frame (or brake). Is it not fixable?
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>>1181096
thats a good looking bike except the pedals. get. mtn bike pedals and mtn bike shoes.

never heard of carraro tho
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Wheels are probably out of true. Properly mounted wheels shoul shouldn't be running on anything.
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How do I keep Sram from ruining my ride/day?

Every day I get psyched to go ride then find something fucked with my Sram shit that has me fiddlefucking adjusting something or other so it works again. It puts me in a bad mood because this shit happens almost every day.
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>>1181169
>How do I keep Sram from ruining my ride/day?
Obvious answer: go Shimano.
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check GCN's youtube for disc brake rubbing

Newfag to /n/ here... I started biking in my neighborhood with this rental service limebike, and the first time I rode I was able to do 2 miles in 1h16 m, and a few days later (today) I was able to do 3.3 miles in 1h16m... any tips to improve efficiency? I'm not overweight btw
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Rental bikes are awful. You'll probably double your speed with a decent bike of your own.
That and just riding it more often to get more fit, I mean you just need to ride more to develop leg muscles and cardiovascular strength.

Personally I recommend a road bike but anything light is a good idea. Road bikes are the best things to take on roads, surprisingly enough.
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Many rental bicycle integrated an electric generator that would turn your biking power into their electricity in order to provide power for every networked function on those bikes
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What the fuck, you can walk faster than that
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>>1181055
>i probably cruise at the 12mph
Not if you're covering 2 miles in 1 hour, that's 2mph. You have to be calculating speed wrong, I don't even think I could ride my bike that slow in a straight line
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>>1181055
>peddling

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>allegiant
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>>1179621
>the southwest failure was orchestrated by allegiant to divert attention from them
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>>1178950
What about Frontier?
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>>1179724
Frontier (and Spirit) despite being ULCC shit still have substantially better maintenance records than Allegiant. That said, I wouldn't fly any of them if there were another option, which there is 100% of the time for me; i.e. none of them serve markets from my home area that aren't served by other airlines.
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>one of my Allegiant flights was a $15 fare before taxes and fees
Yeah, I'll roll the dice for that price. Allegiant knows their market. If I have the money to avoid them I will, but sometimes it's just too good of a deal. Better than rolling the dice on the eight hour drive I'm avoiding to fly with them.
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Lol, where can I watch it?

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How efficient is this?
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>>1181104
Because the tiller is on the starboard side.
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>>1181104
weight reduction
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>>1181090
>If you own one of these little babies, drag isn't your problem - fuel is.
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>>1181126
Takes off in just 500 metres. Runs out of fuel in 2 kilometres.
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100%

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You may only post in this thread if you're riding a train.
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Currently on BART, inhaling everyone's stench
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>>1177917
Here's one I actually took myself. Shit feels more like a waiting room than a train honestly.
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>>1181122
>>1181123
St. Pancras? I've always been intrigued by the High Speed 1 line, it's shared by international Eurostar trains and English javelins. Pretty neat imo

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Any love for these highly successful aircraft on /o/ ?
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>>1177392
docking and embarking/disembarking a 90-seat plane on floats would be a gigantic pain in the ass. The floats would also cause a load of extra drag because they can't be retracted.
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Gives me a chubby.
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>>1178755
>15 knots
Why would that be?
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>>1180893
>long nose is long

That must be poor forward visibility?

This is a thread for posting trains and planes. No bikefags allowed
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>>1180696
how about hamster wheels?
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In the 1940s and 1950s, Sydney airport had a railway crossing over one of its runways. It turned out as well as you'd expect:

>On 18 June 1950 a Douglas DC-3 of Ansett Airways taxiing for take-off from runway 22 for a night-time passenger flight to Brisbane, hit and partially derailed a coal train travelling on the railway line that crossed the runway. Only the co-pilot was injured.
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Not sure what airport terminal this is.
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>>1180892
That's LAX terminal 4. Nice to see the classic, superior brushed metal AA livery as well.

This is it, you now have no excuse. Go convert your bicycle right now.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puY9XM041S8
>50 mph reached on flat ground using an angle grinder and some recycled cellphone batteries
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>>1180772
Where is it illegal to have an electric assist bicycle?
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>>1180855
The EU, Australia and possibly elsewhere would all ban OP. They only allow electric assist up to 25 km/h.
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>>1181029
And a maximum of 250W I think.
The angle grinder was like 750W
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>>1177460
This, so much.
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>>1180855
It's not illegal to be electric assisted per se but it can only be 250 W max. Everything above that needs a license plate which you obviously will never get for such a bike.

Mounting an angle grinder to your bike isn't considered save either so the police will most likely confiscate your bike.

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Does cycling help take down industrial society?
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>>1177355
Only about 11% of the population of the entire world rides a bike:
https://www.quora.com/What-percentage-of-the-worlds-population-knows-how-to-ride-a-bicycle

Stop over-thinking things, kid, and just ride your bike, k?
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It helps mantain it as biking is a more efficient use of road space
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>>1177355
Yes and no.
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>>1177357
I agree with this guy
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>>1177396
nice fallacy, chump

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Will there be a drone delivery in the future?

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>>1169040
>it will never the economical
Lmao bruh u rly think passenger trains are economically feasible without subsidies?
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>>1179476
>Lmao bruh u rly think passenger trains are economically feasible without subsidies?

Without subsidies? Yes, if you were to deliver gold, or NEVER.
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>>1168280
7 PASSENGER DRONES YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE

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>>1168261
Same way as Santa Claus
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>>1181072
>Same way as Santa Claus
Everything is possible.

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What's a good Cruiser for around $400 /n/?
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There's already a thread for these type of questions you mong.
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>>1177464
>Cruiser
>not hybrid master race
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I've had a Trek Navigator 100 for about 3 or so years now. Store seat was big hot garbage and the back axle needed replacing about a year ago, but it's held up fairly well otherwise.
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>>1177464
to be prefectly honest with you all bikes are pretty much the same quality in their particular price bracket and type. just find one that feels nice to ride and you are set.
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Wait. Do you mean a literal cruiser? Or are we talking about some sort of laid back comfort bike?

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Well,better replace your garbon frame!Teehee!
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>>1178943
Congrats on being able to use a tool anon, now please tell me how many products are designed with the home mechanic in mind.
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>>1178946
NOT TURN!
GOOD NOT !
HAMMER NOW!
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>>1178946
no-one because most "home mechanics" are trash?

>I pressed in my crappy bearings using my pot metal washer-threaded rod "tool" and now my BB creaks!
I purchased red AND blue loctite® but it still makes sound ;_;
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>>1176823
GARBON PERP
PRISMATIC CLOAK OF LOCTITE (ie filler retaining loctite. idk the number off the top of my dick.)
YOU RODE THAT SHIT LONG ENOUGH TO WOLLOW OUT CRABON. BIGGER FUKING BEARINGS!.
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Guys do I need special glue to *Pressfit™ my headset too?
I have the special glue for my plastic bike's bb(bottom bracket),but Im wondering if I need special headset glue.
P.S. Does someone know how too remove Pressfit™ glue from skin?
My wife's bull glued my penis stuck to my thighs,I think because I didn't prep him well enough or something.

*Pressfit™ is a registered trademark of the SRAM corporation.

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>>1179239
You mean Erkanoplans are better than airships?
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>>1180894
If you need to go fast, sure.
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>>1181012
Can they be used on high seas?
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>>1177212
>and you would need state funding.

so like all other transportation infrastructure and operations.
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>>1181044
lel here public transportation companies need to pay millions before they can be allowed to start operating

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Pic related from the 50's

Kraut space magic?
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>with no articulation
It's don't. It was two cars permanently coupled together with a gangway in order to create a large cargo space to sort individually packaged goods while running.

And according to https://web.hs-merseburg.de/~nosske/EpocheII/fg/e2f_gssv.html it was 1929.
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yeah
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>>1178512
Wide loading gauge.
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>>1178540
Can you imagine what it would feel like to be one of the engineers who designed that monstrosity?
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>>1178540
but don't those still shift the load to get around bends?



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