>>930651 >dat backwards seat clamp >dat stem height >dat brake lever mounting >dat everything Is you friend a crackhead? And no, that's not a reasonable price for a downtube shifted piece of scrap that's been ridden to shit by a junkie.
>>931025 Hub gear: expensive, heavy, comparatively high losses and fixed increments and range Derailleur gear: cheap, light, low losses, easily configurable in both range and spacing by swapping cassettes, weak/vulnerable and exposed to external forces
I'm moving to Washington, DC in a few weeks and want to get a cheap road bike to get around since I sold my car.
I found a Shogun 200 and got the seller down to $120. Should I go for it?
56cm Shogun 200 Tange 900 Chromium Moly Steel frame Suntour shifters Sugino Crankset Shimano Del-80 Brake Levers (w/ safety brake levers in the center of the bars) Shimano Z Series Brake Set with great pad life (Br-Z64) Shimano Z Series Rear Derailleur (Rd-Z501) Shimano Z Serioes Front Derailleur (Fd-Z202) 27" Wheels w/ Sealed Shimano... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>this type of thing probably comes up alot but I didnt see it in the catalog
I commute about 10 miles each way to college on my bike. I am thinking the ride will be more comfortable if I get a cargo rack to go over the back tire for my backpack. The backpack can be a little heavy at times, 20lbs maybe more. Would it be hard to secure it? Is there a better way to do this? $100 price range.
I have a chance to trade one of my road bikes for a Gan Well Pro frame from my LBS. The Gan Well is worth more than my bike but its been sitting because the owner of the shop ordered it when there was a fixie boom in 06-07. Should I trade in hopes of getting the frame and then selling it to some city asshole for 1,100?
Naive city hipsters drawn to Kerrin racing like it supreme steel, or weekend warriors that buy expensive bike gear bc they can. He said himself he'd take as little as 500 for it to free up space. He sells far more mtbs and road bikes than track stuff
>>926054 More room inside the trains is great, but if they could actually get the spacing between trains to be at the officially published intervals instead of bunching up and then long gaps, crowding wouldn't be such a big deal
>no trains for 11 minutes >all of a sudden, 2 trains in a row >everyone tries to get on the first train >oops it's crowded as fuck!
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