>>922248 That particular bike is stupid, but I think in general electric bikes are great for getting more people into riding their bikes for commuting. I love seeing the shit people put on bikes, too, like that one anon on here that modded the shit out of his bike to look like some kind of Batman bike.
Gas scooters with vestigial pedals for legal reasons are nothing new. It's a crap idea, but the legislators are to blame rather than the engineers. Now that batteries are better electric versions make more sense. If you have one of these you are bad and should feel bad, and just get a real motorcycle already.
Fun fact: In many jurisdictions removing the pedals is illegal as you would be required to register and plate the thing. Even though that type of e-bike isn't intended to be pedaled, most of them being single speed.
I just wear sweats (not cotton) over my bike shorts in winter (so-cal). I carry a change of clothes and have a shower at work, so I don't mind the few minutes that my coworkers see me in my commuting gear.
And yes i did many times, however i was like the last guy in OP's pic. I've enjoyed the ride and the (many times false) sensation of being safe. They kept doing tricks and shit around the town and with people, i just enjoyed at my own pace.
Last time, we gone to a waterfall with bmx bikes and almost died at the trails. It was the best day of them, and the last one as few of the bro's got jobs, two are living in another city and the trail broke one bike. The guy never fixed it and abandoned us.
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I want a mini-velo but I don't want to spend $800.
So, I found a $80 Walmart kids bmx bike with 7 gears and 20" tires. I thought I was in luck (just swap the handlebars and stem and call it a day) but then I realized the geometry of the frame and the angle of the seat wouldn't work.
So... I looked around some more and saw a similar kids mountain bike, and I think if I swapped out the suspension fork for a bmx rigid, it would adjust the seat post angle juuuust enough to be almost upright. However, then I'm worrying about the pedals slapping the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>917194 useless if they are out of whack. In victoria, BC, they have paper printed ones and they are always on time, within 30 secs. In my city, calgary, even real time GPS information is off sometimes by 5 minutes.
I know that over-training reduces testosterone, that's a given. Does that mean if I just don't over-train then I'll be fine?
Honestly, from experience, I reckon cycling boosts my testosterone levels if I don't completely exhaust myself (e.g. shorter, faster rides). After doing that sort of cycling I feel better, stronger, more aggressive, etc., so I reckon that sort of riding is good for testosterone.
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