So I fucked up /n/ While I was looking up some symptoms of my rear tire some places told me to replace the bearings with some fresh ones of the original size. I was lucky to have some and I went to take apart the hub because I do NOT have the money to go to repairs or buy a new tire. Well as I took apart the hub I was careful to set out the spacers just as I had put them in. Then as my friend just came over I ran out to go meet them. Later during the party though it turned out his daughter had gotten into my garage and had touched a bunch of shit (including my stacks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So my bike is pretty much only rideable in low 1 and high 6 gear, anything else makes the chain slip, its pretty annoying since i love biking and dont have any more to spend on repairs, any way i can fix this on my own? any help would be apreciated, if you need any more information i'l give my best to provide you with it
>>964843 A decent wheelset is expensive, and youd need to buy some new tools or pay someone to swap everything over. BB height would go to shit too. Ifthe bike is too big its because you bought the wrong size, not because of the wheels. I ride 29s with my paltry 5'7"
Today I just bought a 2005 bmw 325i for my first car over a 2003 Cadillac CTS. Both exteriors and interiors were flawless. The CTS was gold with tan leather interior and wood finish inside. The bmw was silver with black leather interior. The bmw has 90k miles on it and the CTS has 67k miles on it. Both prices were $5600. The flaws were the radio on the CTS didn't pickup any signal, and the passenger window on the Bmw doesn't work, Both could be fixed. Did I make the right decision choosing the bmw? What do y'all think?
You could have picked up a Canyon Ultimate CF SLX if you weren't such a disgusting ameriblob, but given that your only choices are Trek, Motobecane, and a GMC Denali, I can see why you went with the cage
I know I'll probably catch some shit for this, but I'm planning a bicycle tour soon, and I have a question. I'm an ex heroin addict that is now clean and I want to go on an adventure now that drugs no longer control my life. I completely quit hard drugs and alcohol, but one thing I still like to do is smoke weed. I'm planning on biking the ACA southern tier route in January next year, and I am skeptical of whether I should carry weed on my during my travels. I have no problem going without it, but I could see how it would be useful to have after a long day... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>964323 Well, in your first post you said you'd be smoking pot to help with the post-ride aches and to help you sleep, which would mean you'd be smoking at night. Since you'll be talking to cops before this, it shouldn't be a problem.
I have a canoe. So much more agile than a row boat. And much more fun.
Usually take it out by the lake at my cabin during the summer. Occasionally in the sea by my home. Have done a few trips down different rivers with my brother. Plan to do an overnight trip from the cabin back to home this summer. Should be able to do ~175 km in 2 or 3 days down a gently flowing river right?
http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/dawes/lt_sport_al_xiii.htm Hey, /n/, so I'm picking up a road bike. I'm 5'-5" and I don't plan on taking it off-road. Is this a good bike for its price? I'm trying to stay under $250 if possible. I would be getting the small 46cm one in orange.
>>964862 bro you gotta understand /n/s a slow moving board, you posted about this in /bbg/ and got some answers. go with the dawes, it's got wider tires but is otherwise the same bike. lurk moar and learn to be patient
Old one reached the bump limit. So /n/, I'm in a conundrum- I want to buy a new road bike for road rides and maybe a little racing down the road. I'm stuck between two Fuji bikes I work at my LBS so I get minimum 30% discount, but we have a partnership with Fuji so I could probably get them even cheaper, so the price isn't the issue. I'm ton between (pic related) the Gran Fondo Classico 1.1 and the Sportif 1.1. the gran fondo is carbon, has rim brakes which I prefer, pretty basic wheels -700x25, ultegra derailleurs and shifters, no rack mount whatsoever,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>960483 Those two are pretty similar bikes - the main difference is that the Fondo has a slightly longer wheelbase and toptube, meaning the Sportif will have slightly snappier handling, while the Fondo will require slightly less effort of out you to keep it pointed in a straight line (beneficial on a long ride, and when riding at higher speeds).
Frankly I think you'll be fine either way, so go with your gut and get the Fondo.
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