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No.1614337 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What is the argument against these ultra-comfy padded bicycle seats? Is it just a weight concern or do they actually hinder performance in some capacity?
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/GAG/ General Aviation General: Why not be a pilot AND an A&P Edition

No.1593760 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Welcome to the /gag/ - /gag/ is dedicated to all the pilots and pilot applicants out there, and although the name suggests otherwise, airline, military, and charter discussion is welcome.
Keep it on topic, keep the shit throwing to a minimum, no nudes. Bikefags not allowed :^)

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No.1605917 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
drin driiin
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Bus Thread

No.1607518 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Post buses
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No.1610047 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Sooooo..... what was the point of the MD-11 again?
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Biking in floodwaters

No.1616028 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>he doesnt ride with his bike completely submerged in flood waters

It was extremely based btw
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Hambini - aero bike for "cheap"

No.1600707 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
> builds aero bike from garbage components
> spends $2700
> cheap

Hambone BTFO
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Why didn't you become a private pilot?

No.1609401 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why haven't you gotten your PPL and bought yourself a plane like Cessna 182 yet?

Flying is much easier, safer and less stressful than driving a car. There’s no road signs, traffic lights, roundabouts, cyclists, pedestrians, etc. Literally everyone can fly while driving a car isn't for everyone.
Flying is the ultimate white mans choice.
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Thought experiment

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These are three of London's eighteen railway stations: Euston, in yellow; St. Pancras International, in green; and King's Cross, in red. In summary:
>Euston - the country's busiest passenger terminal, and mainly handles traffic to the north-west.
>St. Pancras - Seventh busiest station in London, and its international train terminus; also handling domestic passengers from the Midlands and commuter traffic from the south-east.
>King's Cross - Eighth busiest station in London, and handles traffic from the north (Yorkshire, Tyneside, Scotland).
>EUS has its own London Underground connection; STP and KGX also interchange with the London Underground via a shared megacomplex.

See, the problem is - Euston will be London's terminus for the domestic High Speed 2 railway. However, because of costs (of course), and the borough of Camden complaining about construction works, High Speed 2 will not directly connect with the existing High Speed 1 infrastructure that connects to St. Pancras (i.e. the Channel Tunnel Rail Link). So - what do you think is the best solution for passenger interchange between HS1 and HS2?
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Rural trams

No.1611062 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Post rural and small town trams, past and present.
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