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>"Oh hey Anon! There's one seat left, why don't you join us? :D"
Nah, they pedals where cars must be, I'd only be there if I were taking the lane and then I'd just go around. My city's older than the fucking country, youre telling me you dont have room? How fat are you?
They have those in the tourist area downtown here and they sometimes cruise down the nice big bike lanes and block them off in both directions
I would assume you'll just get decoupled if you tread more than necessary
thank you, but I prefer to ride this
Talk about past and present interurbans.
Suggest what interurbans you'd create or re-create.
We talk about why the interurban is the greatest transit concept ever.
Some speculate that Samuel Insull planned on eventually consolidating his various interurban lines (North Shore, South Shore, Indiana Railroad, among others) into one massive electric railway empire across the Midwest.
They see me rollin'
Sixty years ago, today, april 20th 1958, one of the great interurbans ceased passenger operations, The San Francisco-Oakland Key System. With it also ended the magnificent Bridge Railway, and the Transbay Terminal was converted to bus operations.
Press F to pay respects.
Just picked up pic related. 2006 Cannondale F400.
Paid two hundred and fifty canadian pesos at a bike swap. How did I do and what do I need to know?
why roll with the kids when you can shred with the pro's?
not a delta v1000/10
Nice find. Service the fork though
That late 90's look with the fenders is pure kino. Simpler times
Not bad, but if you're a beginner you should sell it, get your money back, and buy something without a headshock. They're harder to service. With a regular hardtail you have roughly 6 million choices for suspension forks
Former NEET of 7 years here, had to give it up the lifestyle a year ago since my bux got cut off.
I used to cycle at least 5 hours a day, and now due to wagecucking I can only average about 3 tops. My fitness has got drastically worse and I legit want to kms thinking about it. Although I never competed professionally or had a dedicated training regime I used to be able to win most the the time and got to the point where people recognised me.
I can't stand this wagie bullshit any longer, would I have a chance at going pro?
I have a great bike (Cannondale supersix evo black) but I've never actually trained properly before (or have a smartphone/gps to track myself with), just try and go as hard as I can (unless it's a few days before a race).
>>1178919 >people can get that without ever working in the UK
Meanwhile I didn't get this money in Greece in a fucking year, despite working my ass off
Riding a bicycle makes up for being underpaid and poor.
You really convinced yourself huh
I am Going to Toronto from the States in July and staying a block from Dundas Square.
How is their public transportation, any tips?
I am also bringing my Hardtail MTB to ride around town / local trails, where are some cool places to ride?
Montréal is by far the better city. It isn't even close dude
I did not enjoy Montreal as much as I did Toronto. That's just me.
yonge and dundas is literally the busiest and most central spot in town. plenty of transit.
People were rude, it was dirty, and the language barrier didnt help. I dont really have an exact reason why, overall i just really enjoyed Toronto, it was so clean, and friendly, im not a huge smoker, but being able to stop in a dispensary as an american in Toronoto and then go to a weed bar was also awesome
I fell for the cyclocross meme
Overthinking your cycling needs often happens when you don’t ride enough. This is why Freds are so easily swayed into buying stuff they don’t need.
As warm weather approaches, the casuals leave their couches.
How was your ride?
Latvia. Suburbs of Riga really are depressing during dark months. Country side and city center not so much:
>>1175329 >>1178401 >>1179134
Greetings to braliukai :), where you at? Maybe by the end of summer i'll be good to cycle that far ;). I've cycled from Grenctale to Riga once :>.
Got another 80 km ride done today. I need to drink more, I was nearly home by the time I finished my first bottle and was starting to feel the mild dehydration in my legs. The past few days all the fields look like they are smoking from all water vapor wafting off them.
Might do my first 200 of the year Saturday. Depends on who shows up at the start point.
I ate shit today and kinda deserved it. It's on this really slick plastic section around a pond that's supposed to be foot traffic only but it's fun as shit to ride on because it flows nicely. Well, I wasn't being careful and leaned into the turn where it goes from asphalt to plastic and lost front wheel traction immediately. Luckily I wasn't in gotta go fast mode so I didn't injure myself or bike, except my ego and more scuffs on the bar tape/ends. Surface was so slick I did a sick slide though
>the greens will soon become dark and dusty >the air filled with insects and too hot for comfort >flowers will fall off, their smell gone Why can't spring last forever?
was there last summer. Super jelly of your bike lanes and flatness desu
>Get back from daily ride
>Blood is pumping throughout body
>Dong slightly enlarged despite no arousal
>Whip off cycling shorts
>Wiggle enlarged donger around
when i get home from riding my dick is basically inverted and tingling... it feels like its about to fall off or somethiongt
Hot summer cardio ride on the roadie, I get this
Cold winter ride on the communter I get this
When I get home from a long ride I make use of the runner's high and have a nice fap.
Please redpill me on the fat bike situation. My wife and I are looking to buy bikes in January, we have done a tour of approx. 1500km/900miles on hardtails with gear through highways, gravel roads, logging roads, rough stuff. I am genuinely interested to find out if the fat bike is something that can compete with a good hardtail that has a front shock. Maybe a short compilation of pros/cons? I would love for my fellow 4channers to help us out with this because usually people out in the 'real world' have no concept of an efficient debate/conversation and get butthurt too quickly.
Fatbike is a poor mans full squish. I think I may have said this already ITT.
Skip the motor
just add more power
Offset spokes becoming the norm?
Trying too hard?
ITT Post Ocean Liners of the 20th century. Pic related.
She would have made an utterly kino aircraft carrier, desu.
The ship my parents moved to this country in
Sell it to the Philippine ferry services, or some river ferries in a developing nation.
Cool. I had a grandmother who came to Canada from Scotland after the war on a Canadian Pacific 'Empress' ship. Trying to figure out which one.
One sad part about living in Philly is seeing this thing rust away just across the street from busy shopping centers.