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can you guys tell me anything about this bike?

worth anything?

i'm a gun guy, not a bike guy
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If you don't ride a road bike during winter you are a fucking casual
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Why is the F-16 the coolest aircraft ever invented?
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I found this in my Area for 10000€
Should I do It?
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>live a few blocks away from my college campus
>bikes are a HUGE target both on campus and near apartment
Are boosted boards worth it? If not, what are some good alternatives that don't make me look like a retard.
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Narrow-gauge thread

760 mm edition
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Afircas First Trasnational Electric Railway

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>Africa can into train (with massive Chinese investments)

DJIBOUTI — The 10:24 a.m. train out of Djibouti’s capital drew some of the biggest names in the Horn of Africa last month. Serenaded by a chorus of tribal singers, the crush of African leaders, European diplomats and pop icons climbed the stairs of the newly built train station and merrily jostled their way into the pristine, air-conditioned carriages making their inaugural run.

“It is indeed a historic moment, a pride for our nations and peoples,” said Hailemariam Desalegn, the prime minister of Ethiopia, shortly before the train — the first electric transnational railway in Africa — headed toward Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital. “This line will change the social and economic landscape of our two countries.”

But perhaps the biggest star of the day was China, which designed the system, supplied the trains and imported hundreds of engineers for the six years it took to plan and build the 466-mile line. And the $4 billion cost? Chinese banks provided nearly all the financing.

Having constructed one of the world’s most extensive and modern rail networks at home, China is taking its prodigious resources and expertise global. Chinese-built subway cars will soon appear in Chicago and Boston, Beijing is building a $5 billion high-speed rail line in Indonesia, and the Chinese government recently christened new rail freight service between London and Beijing. Another ambitious system in the works, the 2,400-mile Pan-Asia Railway Network, would link China to Laos, Thailand and Singapore.
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Air Canadas New livery, I actually like it. Reminds me of the one they had before their shitty toothpaste livery
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How do you ease traffic in Los Angeles? Make it harder to park

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/Owen Sound General/

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/OSG/ - Owen Sound General

Enough big city spam, it's time to embrace small city charm. Owen Sound has a massive transit system encompassing the entire city with regular service.

>ferry service
>good taxi system
>installing bike paths throughout the city
>quick to get from one part of town to another
>central station is actually central

When will /n/ embrace the small city master race?
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