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So I want to get to my Uni by bicycling on a dedicated bike trail I have near my house (no cars) but I'm horrible at biking because I had brain surgery and lost my balance. Is there a guide out there on like learning how to bicycle and what is a good height to have or position with the handlebar? Thanks in advance. I also put this on fitness
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I'd be more concerned about the height of the saddle; since you're learning, put the saddle at a height where you can comfortably (leg nearly fully extended) place your feet flat on the floor.
You'll be able to retrain your brain to ride a bike again.
There's no real 'guide' to learning how to ride, since it's basically keep trying until you get it. I recommend learning somewhere soft so when you fall over (and you will fall over) it's not so bad.
Practice over and over again.
Find a small hill, like a 1% inclination or less, and try maintaining your equilibrium. Do as >>1102573
said and lower your saddle so that you can stop with your foot. There's no good position nor height for the handlebar, it depend on your flexibility. You can go to a lbs after you mastered the way of the bike to get a pro fit.

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It's like you hate the warm soothing light markings of your incadescent headlight,illuminating the road before just enough to pave the way for a safe journey on a slightly windy tuesday night.
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>destroying your tire sidewall with a shitty dynamo
its like you're too lazy to plug in a charger
I don't want my light to turn off when I am stopped.
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>he uses tires which sidewalls can be destroyed running a feather along it.
Tupical trackfag

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Should I her pic related for short commutes and general fucking around? I'm looking for the bike equivalent of a Supermoto
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If you hate yourself, sure.
elaborate pls

For me it's the parclo interchange
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>sharp circle entrance ramp
>Encountering traffic lights immediately upon exiting the freeway
Why is this better than a full clover?
It's almost entirely at grade so it's much less expensive. Also full clover is not necessary for arterial road exits only for other freeway connections
Less weaving

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Post bus pictures here
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This one gets the old people to where they need to be.
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Hey /n/, what's the best interchange to manage traffic? Not having traffic lights would be great!
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Motorists are fucking stupid and anything less than lights is too much for the average driver.
Something that might be the best on paper quickly devolves into crashes.
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still hard to keep congestion free too. traffic is just dumb in C:S

Oh look, Canyon is FINALLY available in the US

Oh look, they are going to fuck us over with pricing and now there is literally no point in buying one! Surprise surprise!!!
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Well they have hiked up Euro prices up for the past year so yeah the good times are already gone.
Was planning on getting this bike until I saw it was 1500 over my budget. Emailed the canyon folks and the responder told me they were gonna expand the line up soon (coming weeks and months he said)

It's still cheaper than what we got here from them.

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so I wanna work as a designer in the bike industry.
I studied something suitable and am ready to apply.
I allready sent out stuff to all the interesting companies in my home country but I wouldn't mind relocating.
what are some interesting bike companies ?

TLTR: post interesting bike companies !
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Did you design that? Looks like it has no real geometry specs and is just designed to look "cool"

"cool" looking bikes dont sell.
this is possibly the worst design of a bicycle I have seen
imagine crashing on that. Horrid. Dog shit design.

Hey y'all again.

I'm starting a new thread about y'all what newbuild steam locomotives which are all but extinct would all of y'all /n/iggers like to see.

>1088280 old thread is very much close to 404ing.

I'd like to see a newbuild Hawthorn Leslie 2-4-0 like Northiam here.
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Surely new build should concentrate on locos types that never made it into preservation? Hawthornes exist.
You could build some obscure something-or-other if you have cash burning a hole in your pocket.
You could also re-engineer a classic.
y'all lame affectation is fucking cringeworthy

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Without resorting to an emotional response, tell me why I should stop for this if there are no cars around.
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on a bike, I mean

Because every time you use your brakes and then re-accelerate you are doing something which will make you stronger and faster in the long-term.
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Because if a tree falls in the forest with nobody around to hear it, it still makes a sound.


Yo /n/iggas, what kind of extinct steam locomotive would y'all like to be seen built today?

Mine is the GWR County Tank here.
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Alsace and Lorraine Railways S16

Pacific with Caprotti valve gear
Quite a big'un she is, I like it.

But isn't Alsace Lorraine one region?
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Mason 0-6-6T

Designed by a renowned architect.

Do my legs look muscular or just fat?
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Looks pretty good, like 15-20% bodyfat and a good amount of muscle.
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They look like a somewhat muscular woman's

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Why is it so beautiful lads?
Why is it so fun to ride.
I think i might be in love.
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All FS look the same
looks like a cross country 29er. rear triangle looks flimsy.
That's what it is. So what?

Hi I just currently bought a vintage road bike 5spd 27" wheels, L-frame with 27" 1-1/4 tire. I've been excited to make some minor tweaks and upgrades starting with the rims and tires. Planning to change the 27" 1 -1/4 tires with hybrid ones so the rim has to changed too and thinking about getting a 700c by 35 comes with a 7spd cog, dont have any idea with tire sizes would this fit with my vintage road bike?
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3rd pic that's all for now
32c definitely, 35c maybe. You may have to change the brakes to reach the lower braking surface of the 700c wheels also.

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Thinkin about buying a Chinook
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thinkin bout them beans
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you can prob get this cheaper
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ya call that a chinook? THIS is a chinook

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