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 on: September 19, 2017, 04:52:36 AM 
Started by Neven Andrews - Last post by Neven Andrews
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Agreed. Mudguard is the thing that you don't need most of the time. Mine are so sleek and you barley notice them. Also mud flaps are a "need" in group winter riding.

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 on: September 18, 2017, 10:53:45 PM 
Started by aphelioncycles - Last post by aphelioncycles
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I concur with the vast majority of what has been said in how to pick a visiting bike.I had a bicycle worked for myself by Chas Roberts. The model I picked was a ROUGHSTUFF with a rolhoff center and 26 inc wheels with circle breakes not water powered the reason I picked them is that there is no edge wear

am I stressed a rotor getting twisted no as I convey an extra one with an arrangement of cushions I would think you have a superior shot of haveing your back

mech harmed if you somehow managed to put your bicycle over a vehicle.

best single speed bikes

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 on: August 07, 2017, 01:57:02 AM 
Started by Daniel Jones - Last post by Daniel Jones
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I love my Shimano sandals, especially in the summer. I ride in Florida. Never had an issue.

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 on: August 04, 2017, 12:23:13 PM 
Started by trifortravel - Last post by trifortravel
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My name is Joe (27 year old male) and I am a full-time engineer, triathlete, & world traveler. I founded and run a blog & company that helps people discover fitness at home and maintain it on the road. I recently completed my precision nutrition certification, and I have completed multiple triathlons.

On August 20th, I am quitting my job to begin my first cross country bike tour. I am riding in down the East Coast along the Atlantic Coast route and across the country on the Southern Tier route to inspire and teach others to start their fitness journey. I will begin in Hartford Connecticut to set out on this open ended journey. I want to stop and meet with small groups to uncover why people have a hard time living a healthy lifestyle. My hope is to inspire people to integrate healthier habits into their lives while focusing on activities they're passionate about.

I would love to meet up with anyone along the way to help spread this message. If you know any groups that are trying to live healthy, it would be awesome if you could shoot them my way. Also, I would be happy to ride with anyone for any part of my journey or to meet up along the way.

Age and riding ability are not super important to me. I only want some flexibility to stop and enjoy locations by hiking or seeing some city sights. Right now I am planning on 60+ miles a day, but that could change.

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 on: June 28, 2012, 08:58:16 AM 
Started by centralpark - Last post by centralpark
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Hi tony,
          I welcome to your plan. I wish best of luck in your tour in western USA.

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 on: June 22, 2012, 05:42:58 AM 
Started by centralpark - Last post by centralpark
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I visited your blog site. In it excellent posts are shared. And your updates regarding the bike designed.

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 on: June 19, 2012, 08:11:58 AM 
Started by gryllo - Last post by gryllo
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Hi, I am biking around iceland this summer, and I am wondering what is available for stove fuel.  I have a stove that takes the small screw on canisters, and a stove that takes the piercing type.  Which type of fuel canister is available, and is this everywhere, or only in rekyivik. 

thanks, any knowledge is appreciated.


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 on: June 16, 2012, 02:01:07 PM 
Started by vicious_cycle - Last post by vicious_cycle
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Hello my name is Ari and im actually planning a bicycle tour very similar too yours...im new to this website and noticed that this was posted a year ago.  I'd like to know if you have already left and done this trip or actually still planning on doing it.  Please email me back and let me know, i'd love to join you on some adventure Smiley.

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 on: June 10, 2012, 11:15:43 PM 
Started by alessandrojohn - Last post by alessandrojohn
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Great thoughts shared for taking care of the chain while traveling..Just go through this link you will find few more such great ideas..



voices.yahoo.com/how-take-care-bicycles-chain-635943.html

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 on: June 10, 2012, 11:32:33 AM 
Started by kaffa - Last post by kaffa
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Me and my boyfriend are going to cycle from Valencia to Prague, our trip starts on 2nd of July.
Firstly we wanted to overnight at farmer's or just in forests, but then we heard something about camping company in Europe, where we can pay 1 time for a membership and then we could sleep in every camping of this company for free. Unfortunately, this guy, who used to use this forgot the name of this company.
May be someone of you, guys, knows what he was talking about? We would be really thankful.
Also we would be really thankful if you could advise us something... something!)
and excuse me please for my English, i'm not native speaker.

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