I guess this is the place to ask. I'm from /o/ so I'm not used to taking the bus between states. So I need to go to San Diego and found the bhanmi bus but It only takes me from chandler az to chinatown in la. How would I get from chinatown to San Diego?
idk, maybe 3-4. I had this bike with squared off wheels and training wheels. My Dad would bend them until it became obvious they needed to just come off... and then we began jumping bikes, but thats another story.
how much rain days do you get per year? do you train/ride on rainy days? bonus: raintips regarding bike care and what to wear to be confortable during rain riding.
>Santiago, Chile, 46 days of rain a year (thats what stats say) >nope,i teng to avoid rain and i feel like a faggot cause of that >as stated before, im a pussy so i dont have too much real adivce, but one thing i alwyas do after riding on the rain is cleaning the transmission.
lets see how other behave in comparision to how mch rain they have... lets go!
/n/ could you please spec me a new modern group set to replace the one in pic related.
Bonus points for replacement front mech and shifter only. I look at all these Deore XT and modern Alvio stuff but most of it is for 9-10 cassetes while Dad's bike is 8. Don't know if its compatible and am confused.
TLDR: Front mech is fucked on old beater bike and need a replacement. Send help.
>>960189 You're fine, /n/ is the place for this stuff.
If you want to order a replacement front derailer online, get a Shimano FD-M310, but know that when you figure in shipping it'll probably be cheaper/same price to go to a local bike shop (take your bike along), and if they've got an old derailer laying around then it might be a lot cheaper than ordering online.
we had 2 malimute (sled breed) mix dogs when I was younger. My dad had an old coaster brake cruiser bike and would use that to keep the dogs from going to fast while he held their leases with one hand and handle bars with the other.
>>956742 I've had my instrument rating for like a year, and I've had 0 IFR flights outside of training. The IFR conditions are pretty scarce, considering I live in Arizona. Either it's nice and sunny or a monsoonal thunderstorm. Or the occasional icing conditions in winter. It's only helpful if I'm flying to some place in Southern California where dodging class bravos and deltas left and right is annoying.
>>902924 Thanks for the info f@m, it would be cool to see this scene recreated, but it sounds like you're more obsessed with the railroad (or with me) than me at this point if you're finding this kind of info.
I rode it last spring, its a pretty nice way to wander around indie. It connects up well with other trails and you dont have to deal with roads much. It was an unexpected surprise to me being for in indiana.
So I am looking to get back into biking and was wondering if anyone could help me out. I used to bmx in my teen years and got pretty good. I had a Diamondback with a lot of custom parts. It got stolen so I quit at age 17.
I'm 22 now and really want to get back into that world, partly to lose some weight but mostly just to get me out of my apartment. There are some amazing street places within a minute ride from my place.
The last time I rode was almost 6 years ago. I hear a lot has changed with modern bmx bikes. My question is- what is a good intermediate... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>943816 There's a skateboarding thread there. You'll probably find better help there but I can answer.
>is building my own from parts best? Probably not unless you know what you want.
>decent board cost? You can get a Churchill Penny Killer for $75. https://www.funboxdist.com/store/cruisers-and-street-boards/ Check the rest of the boards on that page, pick what length/shape you like.
>Do they make security trucks with a loop for locking it up to something? No. If you're going for a small board, it'll be easy to keep it close by and keep an eye on it.
Have you ever ridden before? What distances do you plan on riding? The penny killer is 23" so it's pretty short, the cruisers are 28" which would be more stable at speed.
Does a double-decker bus have any advantages over a standard articulated bus? I know a few years back London introduced artics into the fleet and of course the people of London made it clear they vastly preferred the double deckers. Is there any situation in North America where a double decker would be the preferred option over an artic?
>for the tea-nigs, an aritculated bus or "artic" is the same thing as a """bendy bus"""
We have them here in NYC for the tourism trade and that's about all they are practical for. In the NYC metro area it would be a hassle with all of the tunnels, low bridges, and height restricted routs. I can't comment on other US municipal transportation systems as I lack knowledge and experience.
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