Disk space woes. and yes, posting links is STILL broken due to some issue with recaptcha that I can't fucking figure out.

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Why did Americans do this? How long have they been cucked by automobiles and big oil?
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what went wrong?
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Seaplane Thread

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What happened? Where did the seaplanes go? All that seems to be left is shitty and less reliable floatplanes...
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should bikes ideally be fixed gear?
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>2018 just behind the corner
>There are still people rolling on caliper brakes

You're not a brakelet, are you /n/?
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Different gear ratios for different seasons

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Subject really says it all. I'm riding this 2 speed bike through the snow and the gear ratio seems to be working for me alright (could be a little higher though).

However, during the summer I would sometimes find myself desiring a lower ratio when I was riding along some flats with a good tailwind.

My question is, does anybody alter their gear ratio for different seasons like one might put on studs for the winter? Is this a stupid idea? The alternative would obviously be getting a bike with more gears or a separate bike altogether for the winter/summer. Reason I don't is I'd like to cut down on space and maintenance involving wires etc.
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Eternal Tyre Discussion Thread

im new to road bikes, just killed my first tyres (schwalbe lugano) after aprox 4000mi/6000km of use. they came with my bike (a mid range good alu bike, felt f75).

can anyone give me a quick induction about tyres? mine where 23mm but i see everyone is using using 25 or even a bit more. advice me!

no need to go into very rare tyres and stuff, just the most known and widely available is preferred. a objective opinion on pic related would be cool as i see they are kind of a meme tyre. also tell me if the price gap from a couple of maxxis detonators or ultrasport to the gp4000 is worth. im looking on somethig balanced between puncture resistance, rolling resistance and durability... but again if someones knows thier stuff he could prob say "this one for puncture resistance", "this one sucks on durability",etc etc. thanksssssssss.

and a tyre related question. as i needed a quick replacement for the back tyre and had no time to investigate or anything, i just got a single continental ultrasport 23mm). guy in the store told me it wuld be better if switched to the front and left my old good lugano on te back, so i could feel the grip of the continental . should i?

obviously talk about your tyre pref, what you thik is best whatever whatever. peaceeeeeeeeeeeeee
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what's the windows, apple, and linux of bikes?

sorry, all i know is computers.
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Winter road thread! Does your country use ice roads in the winter?
In Ontario Northern communities rely heavily on them to transport goods there. Basically it's a temporary road that the government builds in the winter where the vehicles drive on top of the ice and packed snow crossing rivers and lakes. Usually the part off the lakes is just a clear cut path through the forest that gets transformed into a winter road when it's cold enough.

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Electric locomotives general?
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