>>970567 lycra bib, rip-stop baggies, literally any shirt, helmet, full-finger gloves, spd shoes, sun glasses, a backpack full of repair shit and granola, optional kneepads depending on which trails i'm riding.
I plan to start riding my bike to and from work (only a 4.5 mile bike ride but it's an 800 foot rise in elevation for the final 2 miles, a somewhat difficult ride). The problem is I'm emaciated and being the summer where it will probably be in the 80s or even 90s (part of the reason, I want to bike in the sun) I will probably get even more emaciated with all the sweating and biking
>>966156 Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not but the point is that I WANT to bike. I WANT to do the uphill bike ride, and feel as it gets (hopefully) easier each week until it's like nothing and improve my endurance. I WANT to bike in the sun and get a deep tan doing it.
I'm just worried about my emaciation getting worse doing it.
>>964145 It was also an extremely misguided program, is essentially sliding into death. Emirates is the ONLY airline that expressed interest in buying a stretched/reengined version of it, but talks fell apart and there's pretty much no chance it'll happen now. Plus, used airframes are already hitting the secondary market, undercutting new orders.
>>964301 No, it won't come along. It's now or never. They either make a neo now and get a bunch of orders (which won't happen since only Emirates wanted it and they broke off talks about it) or the production line finishes out current orders and shuts down. It's that simple.
It is an east-west tram-train currently under construction, it will run from Gare du Bourget to Gare de Noisy-le-Sec. It is being constructed in two phases with phase 1 opening in 2017 and phase 2 opening in 2023. Phase 1 is the central portion of the line that runs from Gare d’Epinay-sur-Seine to Gare du Bourget, phase 2 consist of both the western and eastern portions (west to Gare de Sartrouville and east to Gare de Noisy-le-Sec).
I kinda want to go there. I was wondering many random things, like how they get along with snow, have they as many bicycles as in Kanto? With snow tires? Trains are JR only or there are some private companies? Or just wishing for any scenery dump.
>>915761 Other than JR Hokkaido, there's only the Sapporo Subway/Tram and the Hakodate Tram. When the Hokkaido Shinkansen opens on 3/28, services on the Esashi Line from Goryokaku to Kikonai will be operated by the Southern Hokkaido Railway Company because whenever a new Shinkansen line opens, the existing, parallel narrow-guage track is handed off to a newly formed 3rd sector company (only if the existing line will become unprofitable though).
>working as a bike delivery guy >get my CAAD12 i've been saving up for stolen on the job, this was about 2 weeks ago >dont have another bike, can't afford one either, so I lose the job. >I acquire a beaten up old road bike and get a job at a bike shop >just today got rear ended at a red light and my back wheel is fucked
>>970037 honestly dude that sucks.. but really any bike delivery guy job is probably shit anyways and working at a bike shop isnt much better... the bike shop would probably toss you a new rear wheel though for cheap... maybe next time save up for a beater car and get a real job tht pays well.
I think I bent about 30 sets of 1 piece cranks before I finally went to 3 piece... then again those were my bmx days. Dont get me wrong they work just fine for many people but its old tech and new tech is probably lighter although it is harder to work on.
>>969993 I'm not sure if the new tech is lighter because the design requires more mass, even when aluminum is used. What if they could make the one piece out of aluminum? The hard part would be making the threads tough enough, but other than that, it should work. The bearings already ride on steel pieces separate from the crank itself. One piece aluminum crank sounds the best to me.
Hey I was directed here from another thread. I'm looking for a cheap/entry level bike to start getting into crits and velo. I was directed to the Cordoba/aventon. How are they for bikes? Also I noticed their size chart is done by height(which I know is normally wrong) is it accurate? thanks.
Just loosen them all and start over you faggot. Tighten them a little at a time, tighten each spoke a little then tighten each spoke a little more and get a spoke tension meter if you need to (if you suck too much to get it right without one)
>>968701 The popular opinion will be 'extreme autism', and I'm not so sure that's wrong. Might just be 'extreme youth, and these guys have not discovered girls (REAL girls, that is, not anime girls) yet.
While we're on the subject, I don't get why anyone would get all misty-eyed over common public buses, either, but that happens on /n/ all the time.
My father likes trains, but he likes it just because mechanic reasons, he likes motors and big machines because he worked all his life in hidroelectric plants.I miself kinda like trains too, but for more aesthetic reasons, I like specially old stuff. Wen we visit some city and theres a train museum, that's almost the first place we visit.
As the anon said, autism can be a reason, my father and I are kinda autists.
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