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Here is mine front to back
1972 Schwinn Fastback
1967 Raleigh Sports
1977 Motobecane Grand Touring
1968 Schwinn Varsity
1974 Schwinn Le Tour

Missing from picture is a 1968 Schwinn Run-a-bout
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That's a nice scrapyard OP
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>>924445

I own a lot of steel frames
1998 De Bernardi
1995 Casati
1992 Schwinn Paramount series 2
1988 Panasonic DX3000
1988 Bridgestone 400
1992 Serrota

I dont have a pic of them all though because some are in my storage unit.
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>>924448
Thanks brofam

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so, i'm a jimmy delivery biker in chicago. posted before about cruising through the winter on 23 gators (legit try it it'll work)

Right now i'm in the process of building a budget dream bike. i want some drop bars with aero position, a smalller front wheel, a fork with disks, a good steel frame.

Anyway, i had to borrow a bike from my dad to use while i fix up my fixie and my bonnie traygar. Would using a mountain fork for a 26" in wheel with disks be possible to achieve that smaller front wheel approach?

BTW, i do delivery in west loop...
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Well not sure if this is a joke but i'll give you answer anyway

The best approach would to purchase a 650c fork that would fit your frame both techincally and aesthetically, and purchase 650c front wheel.
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>>925312
Thank you, i assumed mountain parts would be cheaper

Do you think disks on front and rear is necessary? since rear is for slowing more anyways and not full breaking like front

Lot of guys at my store have disk front wheels
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>>925304
>dear diary

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lets talk about food.
what do you guys eat? how much money do you spend on food? do you eat during rides?

right now im worried cause at the moment im still living with my parents(who have nice moneys) and they are ok buying tons of food, but in a month im moving out and im poor, my work is relaxed but crappy payed.. and i eat a fucking ton. i know its related to biking.

per day i usually eat:
3 big meals
1 decent sandwich
2-3 bananas or other fruits
1 litre of milk
1-4 boiled eggs
note: when i say big meals i mean something like rice or pasta+...
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>>924136
>>>/fit/
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Breakfast is either oatmeal on ride days, or some sort of egg dish on gym / rest days

At 11 I have a shake with spinach kale and banana

At 1:30 I eat lunch, usually quinoa with beans or something like that

At 3:30 I have some sort of shake with wheatgrass protein powder and a bunch of veggies

At 5:30 I have dinner which varies a lot but I'm vegetarian so usually tofu or beans with barley or quinoa. At least 3 days a week I eat salmon or tuna steak

At 8:30 every night I have 250mL of vanilla ice cream

At 9:00 every night I eat a...
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>>924141
Ah, and I feel I should answer your other questions, I drink LOTS of water on a daily basis, and this is the same on rides. And on longer rides I carry some sort of energy bar and eat it part way through after a few hours (I prefer vector bars)

I don't spend that much money on food, the only notable expenses are my fish, and shake stuff. Other than that it's largely bulk stuff and vegis.

I would say cut down on the milk, eat less fruit, and more vegis. But other than that your diet doesn't seem all that bad.

My dad is building an airplane out of carbon fiber. AMA
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>>923596
How old are you?
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>>923599
30
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Cool,my dad is building a plane out of concrete and platinum.

Apparently this has the same weight as a typical steel bike:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqj8Vok1bKM

But considering it is SS I wouldn't be surprised if they are stretching the truth and comparing it to a geared bike.

Still pretty cool.

Will the future of bikes we 3D printed with other materials? I have no idea if aluminum or even carbon could be manufactured like this.
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Here's a carbon weave frame. I saw a bike in this style back in 2008. Pretty cool. If a machine could make this cheap it could be the look of bikes in the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5geuQOuianI
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>>922653
>3D printed metal that isn't just polymer-coated powder sintered together

That's pretty dope actually
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Dat fork is flex city tho

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Ever had your bike stolen? Ever stolen a bike? Would you steal a bike if it was the one you've been dreaming of and poorly secured?
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If steal a bike if it was far away from where I actually live.
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I've once took a bike I'm fairly sure was abandoned because it had a hub I really much wanted to have.
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Ihad my mountain bike stolen in denver at the end of summer. It was my own fault I guess cuz I just used a cable lock. I saw other people using them so I thought it was ok.
I know better now and have a u lock and a heavy duty chain.
Pic related: nearly identical to my stolen mtb

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Tell me about icebreakers, /n/.

>What does it take to work on one?
>What's the pay?
>What are the conditions?
>What should I be prepared for?
>How to actually get on one?
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Is it true the hull is heated like a big flatiron?
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That thing looks fun
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>>921856
most ice breakers are operated by coast guards, IIRC this one is operated by the russian navy

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there's no thread and I have a question
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I've got two major questions.

One, the chainstay (2nd from bottom pic) was getting really nicked up on my bike, and when I noticed I put a few layers of masking tape over it. Today, when I peeled it off to take a picture there wasn't any more damage but quite a bit has already been done. I would like to know why the chain might be hitting the chainstay and how to prevent it.

Two, in additon to the chainstay damage there's some old chips on other parts of the frame that have rotten rusty, and I have bought some supplies from various stores to fix...
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>>923093
That's pretty involved for a paint patch, I'd like to know how your plan works out, sounds like you're on the right track.

Personally, when I touch up dings I just dab on some nail polish or enamal model paint and call it good - not as thorough as what you're doing but it works, at least for bikes in a dry climate that get stored indoors.

For the decals - there's no way to fix or improve them, you either have to paint over them or peel them off completely.
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>>923093
Oops I neglected your first question: chain slap happens when your chain has slack in it and you ride over rough terrain. If your chain is too long or you're using an old derailer that doesn't take up slack effectively, those are problems you can solve, but sometimes on a bike with a triple crankset, wide range gearing, and longish chainstays, there's always going to be a lot of chain available to flop around and bash the stay, so your best option is to make sure you have a large-enough chainstay protector in place.

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Didn't see a troll bike thread, but had to share this.
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Is... Is that you?
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that's gross af
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>>903694
Looks like a Track Bike that was re-tasked as a street Fixie. It's got a front brake, and maybe that Big Bird thing on the handlebars has a horn.

I do get pissed when someone takes a historically significant road frame, e.g. an old curved stay Hetchins, and files off the derailleur hanger and brake cable guides to make a smooth fixie frame. In the case of this Bianchi, it doesn't look molested; there's nothing to prevent it from being restored to it's original self.

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RIP in bieces edition

Had the frame replaced under warranty, so I need some new pictures.
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Just bought my first road bike for 400 aussie dollarydoos. Fuji Sportif with tiagra 10 speed.

Pretty happy with it desu.
>>920419
I'll have to see if I can adjust it, and the bars too, I haven't had a chance to yet. Adelaide here
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>>920421
What happened to the frame? Lovely bike in any case, nice color scheme, pls trim the steerer
>>920423
Tiagra is great for a first road bike. As the other anon said in the previous thread, your saddle seems tilted a bit too far back, may wanna level it with the ground. Same with the bars, in time when you get more flexible you'll be wanting a lower position.
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>>920421
>Had the frame replaced under warranty
What did you doooooo?

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Whats the big deal? Dont people know Shimano is better?
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>>913607
ShimaNO is evil.

First of all, to work on a ShimaNO bike requires different tools for cartridge bottom brackets, freewheels, and freehubs. The Campagnolo tool lets you do all three with the same tool.

ShimaNO created new standards, like changing the size of cable heads. ShimaNO shift cables won't fit classic downtube shifters, but Campagnolo ones will.

ShimaNO freehubs have short splines, so they have to be made from heavy steel or expensive titanium, or if they're aluminum they will notch.

That's...
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>>913607

Some people like it better. They're both bretty gud but the ergonomics differ.
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>he uses fishing equipment on a bike

http://www.cnn.com/2015/10/05/us/el-faro-missing-ship-hurricane-joaquin/

This cargo ship was lost in the Atlantic after hurricane Joaquin passed through. I'm kind of curious as to how this happened. Also, maritime general.
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>>885893
How did it happen?


Ship enters cat 4 storm
Ship looses power
ship is taking on water and has a 15 degree list
Waves get worse
Ship rolls on side and sinks
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>>885904
It's hurricane season and I'd like to think they would know how to avoid this.
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>>885909
You can prepare all you want, but the sea is a cruel mistress

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How boring and autismal can it get?!
Well This autismal and boring!

Is it worth choosing a brand over another?
Stick to the "big names"(shimano,SRAM,Campagolo) or maybe go to 3rd party brands?(Sunrace,BBB,FSA etc.)
What are your experiences?
What do you use to determine if your chain is worn out and needs replacing?
Lubes?Wax?Even grease?!
Your mileage?
Do (full)chainguards work on your 1/8' chains?

TELL US!
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>>922770
SRAM chains are particularly greasy, and require cleaning out of the box. This is because some of their low end chains aren't properly plated, and get surface rust very easily, which can lead to increased wear. Either rust dust or grime can increase wear, so I'd advise against the low end chains. Nothing wrong with higher end SRAM chains though and they come with a quick link.

You should never buy a Campy chain. By all means, they're excellent chains, some people are able to get extremely long lives...
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>>922773
b-but BBB is super expensive
It must be good then right?
Right????
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>>922773
>YBN
Wut

Are you also implying all cheap chains r shit?

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>oh, you saw it on our website? well we don't have that in the store but we can have it for you in 10-15 days, you just need to stand here while I incorrectly write down your details and oh, mind if I save a copy of your credit card in my drawer? we'll be charging you right now, of course. we wouldn't want you getting impatient and ordering on amazon now would we?
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Fuck LBS
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>>915340
what kinda shit lbs is that. I went to my lbs to test out a CAAD10, but it was one size too large for me. I asked if he could get a smaller one, he said yes and I can ride the larger size in the meantime, swapping it for the smaller one when it arrives.
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>>915340
I work at an LBS and still have to deal with this shit.
The only positive aspect I can say about the experience for most people is that an LBS will solve all your compatibility problems, so someone doesn't buy the wrong stem for the wrong bars or something like that.
then again, nonretards would be able to figure that out.

>>915367
whoa, that's legendary service.
the LBS is taking a huge hit over the fact that they have to recable your bike and...
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Ornithopter Flight - YouTube

It works, why not exploit the tech for personal travel? If ornithopters aren't advanced enough now, why not get it there?

Pros:
°studies show that if done properly it can be more energy efficient then turbine.
°annoying flapping rocking motion can be countered through added alternating wings

Cons:
°not very advanced currently
°not high altitude friendly (not completely sure on this one)

We all want to fly like a bird, I suggest replace the jet pack dream or a two/three winged back pack.

Anyone...
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>>920193
The thing about orinthopters is they're not able to fly above the sand storms. Then you have to put on your still suit and make sure you have enough thumpers to evade the worms.
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>>920195
Not trying to be rude but I really don't know what you said
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>>920195
I guess fly on a clear day? I wouldn't want to go in the air if it looked like it was going to be hell on earth anyway

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