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Old 04-16-2009, 04:52 PM   #1
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The Official Bicycle News and Discussion Thread

I figure since it looks like there's a lot of riders on here, might as well have our own thread. Post pics of your bikes, new purchases, mods, questions, biking news etc. here!





Ok, completely serious here. I think I need a new seat or something. Or is there some sort of gooch-cup for bicyclists? Every time I ride for a while I end up with swamp crotch because I usually stay seated and thus there isn't sufficient airflow to the groin area. Also it tends to be sore the next day.... something I just gotta get used to or what? Not sure if it matters but I only have an entry-level mountain bike and it only has shocks on the front.... would a bike with rear suspension also fare better? THX
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Well, you certainly want cycling shorts (they make baggy mountain bike ones) they have padding and better airflow.

Also it might be the seat as well, but for that it is completely subjective. Everyone will like a different seat for different reasons.


and while I am at it I will post my new baby.

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^damn that is sexy and it also looks expensive... how much $$$ if you don't mind?

I'm kinda about posting in this thread again but here goes...

I've been looking at getting a fixed gear bike (I know, flame on!) that I can ride around on the street with. My coworker said riding a mountain bike on the street sucks.... I didn't believe him until I rode his fixed gear bike which he put together for less than I got mine for. The torque! Its so fun to ride. Anyways I was looking at this bike:

http://cgi.ebay.com/52cm-Track-Fixed...3%3A1|294%3A50

I may be able to get free shipping on it.... it has an aluminum frame and chromoly fork and a forged alloy crank.... those are good materials for car parts, so I'm assuming this is pretty stout? One thing he told me to look for is a 1-piece crank because the ones that are bolted together are weaker and can't handle the torque of a fixed gear. Should I worry about the one in the description? I also found this bike:

http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/mercier/kilott.htm

It has the critical 1-piece spider (whatever that piece that attaches to the pedals and gear is called) and actually has a brand, a bit of peace of mind there. Free shipping, so its either a $50 or $100 difference. but it has names and designations I'm familiar with on my Giant Rincon or have seen before, like TruVativ, 6061 grade Aluminum, Kenda, etc...

Or should I get a track/road bike and convert it? I'm looking to put together a cheap road bike is all, under $300 all said and done preferably.
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Umm if you want simple get a single speed bike, not a fixed gear bike. The only people I know that ride a fixed gear bike, ride them for training since you can't stop pedaling
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Both the bikes he linked to are fixed gear and or single speed.

They both have a "flip flop" rear wheel. On one side it has a fixed 16 tooth sprocket and the other side of the heel has a 16 tooth free wheel sprocket. That would give you the option of a fixed gear or a free wheel (can coast). I don't know if that's the general trend now for the rear hubs now.

As for the one piece crank over a 3 piece crank. I never heard that before. All my bikes since 8th grade have had 3 piece cranks and they are generally considered better than one piece.
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i wanted to get another BMX bike. last time i had one i was 13. flew off a ramp... landed wrong. i barrel rolled in the street while the bike decided it was a great idea to wrap itself around a tree.
mom sold it in a yard sale 2 weeks later

anyone have any suggestions on what to get and what i may expect to pay for one?
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Well, you certainly want cycling shorts (they make baggy mountain bike ones) they have padding and better airflow.

Also it might be the seat as well, but for that it is completely subjective. Everyone will like a different seat for different reasons.


and while I am at it I will post my new baby.

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Here are all my babies in one convenient to-go package:

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Old 05-12-2009, 10:37 AM   #9
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Here's my rig. She's still ticking after 5 years of good hard riding.
I keep trying to find a reason to buy a new mtn bike but I just can't find one.



'04 Leader Frame
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I get my first road bike Memorial Day weekend

My Dad is "handing down" his old (read: before Trek bought them out) Klein to me. No better way to see if you really want to get into the sport IMO. If I like it, I'll buy a nicer bike a couple years down the road. If I hate it, I'll either return it or sell it.

I think Dad is secretly yearning for a new bike and just wants to get rid of this one so he can justify it.
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I <3 mt. biking





Just put a bunch of new parts on the bike. I'll add more when I have a few minutes.
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I might as well post all my bikes now

09 Seven Aerios my latest baby


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98 Rocky Mountain Blizzard

I still love this bike it climbs like a mountain goat, but my back can't take it on long rides anymore
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Old 05-12-2009, 07:17 PM   #13
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making me want a roadbike even more now damm!!!

Any fixie heads in here? that dont wear crotch grabbing jeans cut, made to shorts? ugh =\
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5 month old picture, now its all busted.
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making me want a roadbike even more now damm!!!

Any fixie heads in here? that dont wear crotch grabbing jeans cut, made to shorts? ugh =\
*rasies hand* single speed right now, but i plan on going fixed gear later when i get better wheels.

i just have a single speed commuter bike that i like to ride. its very simple and nice. i feel i can get to places in the vicinity just as fast as a car.
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5 month old picture, now its all busted.
I could never ride a bike without a seat. But the color of that frame is really cool.
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I figure since it looks like there's a lot of riders on here, might as well have our own thread. Post pics of your bikes, new purchases, mods, questions, biking news etc. here!





Ok, completely serious here. I think I need a new seat or something. Or is there some sort of gooch-cup for bicyclists? Every time I ride for a while I end up with swamp crotch because I usually stay seated and thus there isn't sufficient airflow to the groin area. Also it tends to be sore the next day.... something I just gotta get used to or what? Not sure if it matters but I only have an entry-level mountain bike and it only has shocks on the front.... would a bike with rear suspension also fare better? THX
Specialized Body Geometry seats help me there, as well as the shorts.

The BG seats are supposedly better for the boys as well, I've never had pain like with some other saddles, save for when I have racked myself, of course...
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Just put a bunch of new parts on the bike. I'll add more when I have a few minutes.
Can't wait to do more this year, time to get back to it.

I want a Transition so bad...
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i wanted to get another BMX bike. last time i had one i was 13. flew off a ramp... landed wrong. i barrel rolled in the street while the bike decided it was a great idea to wrap itself around a tree.
mom sold it in a yard sale 2 weeks later

anyone have any suggestions on what to get and what i may expect to pay for one?
flatland or vert? Depends, do you want to go out and become the next Dave Mirra or will a 200 dollar bike suffice?

There's KHE, GT, haro, hoffman, etc etc.
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i still have my 1989 mongoose hilltopper. I put on over 5000 miles in 2 years. I went through 2 sets of forks, countless cranks and a couple rims. The speedometer on that thing is freakin huge. I paid $360 for it brand new and rode it to work all the time. I miss riding that bike.
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quick question, isn't there some azine related bicycle forum? I forgot the name of the site, if someone could let me know that would be great...
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quick question, isn't there some azine related bicycle forum? I forgot the name of the site, if someone could let me know that would be great...
Don't bother. Soopa hasn't done any improvements on it in ages, and the user activity has dropped to near flatline.
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at title change, I knew it was gonna happen.
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at title change, I knew it was gonna happen.

Damn!!

I wanted to change it to "A Bicycle Thread" last night, but didn't want to step on the toes of the resident ramblings moderators.

Damn!, Damn!, Damn! me and my well developed sense of protocol and diplomacy.
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it wasn't even you-know-what, it was un-you-know-what nazis, I tell you!



I'm seriously going to have to look into getting one of those SBC saddles. But they're expensive still, that cool Specialized website brought to my attention that you could get ED from using a seat that allowed poor circulation! yikes

I was thinking about getting one of those suspension bike seats, would be great for my mountain bike I'm thinking. Do you guys find that those anatomical "relief" saddles actually work? Or should I go with plain old gel? It depends on the person but I figure one type works more often than another... just don't wanna spend half as much on the seat as I did the bike itself

for a road bike?
http://www.amazon.com/Planet-Bike-An.../dp/B000U7NU1Y

mtb, gooch reliever no suspension
http://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Cloud-...ef=pd_sbs_sg_6

mtb, susp.
http://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Cloud-...ef=pd_sbs_sg_1


I don't mind looks or weight much, as long as it doesn't look like I rigged up an actual chair to my seat post but IMO those seats look pretty good.
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it wasn't even you-know-what, it was un-you-know-what nazis, I tell you!



I'm seriously going to have to look into getting one of those SBC saddles. But they're expensive still, that cool Specialized website brought to my attention that you could get ED from using a seat that allowed poor circulation! yikes

I was thinking about getting one of those suspension bike seats, would be great for my mountain bike I'm thinking. Do you guys find that those anatomical "relief" saddles actually work? Or should I go with plain old gel? It depends on the person but I figure one type works more often than another... just don't wanna spend half as much on the seat as I did the bike itself

for a road bike?
http://www.amazon.com/Planet-Bike-An.../dp/B000U7NU1Y

mtb, gooch reliever no suspension
http://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Cloud-...ef=pd_sbs_sg_6

mtb, susp.
http://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-Cloud-...ef=pd_sbs_sg_1


I don't mind looks or weight much, as long as it doesn't look like I rigged up an actual chair to my seat post but IMO those seats look pretty good.
Seat preference is pretty personal -- what works for you might feel like a brick to someone else. Find something that works and stick with it.

I personally like the Specialized Sonoma BG Gel, but it'd be way too cushy for a lot of the younger serious riders here.
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menchov crashing today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZBUJkfgbG0

great job by the mechanic to get him a new bike
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Amazing how fast they recovered from that. He only lost a few seconds.
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Funny I came across this thread today...

I decided to get back into bike riding recently. I haven't really ridden in a few years and jumped on it today for the first time since...I did buy a new seat, went away from the Gel seat that I had and into something a little more comfortable for the male rider. I didn't go very far with it to know how much better it is, i'll get back to you on that. I did also get a new speedometer, as my old one disappeared. The bike does need some TLC, so I plan to take it to the shop for a full overhaul. Of course it won't end there, I'm probably going to need to change the tires, brakes, new toe clips, etc...I planned to do it today but it never happened. I'll do it this week! At some point I want to ride to work a few times, not sure how that's going to work out though!

Oh, and I have an old-school Barracuda A2F Mountain Bike, nothing expensive...I've been contemplating just getting something new, but I may as well keep this a little longer.



Oh, and don't mind the mess!
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I just bought a Specialized Hardrock Sport yesterday...! It's not as high-end as some of the hardcore stuff you boys ride, I'm sure...but, I love it so far!
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If you are riding that off road you might want to get a suspention fork, a fully rigid is hard.
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If you are riding that off road you might want to get a suspention fork, a fully rigid is hard.
I'm not taking it off road at all (99% street use), which is exactly why I don't want the suspension fork, or any other suspension components...
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Damn my friends and their peer pressuring me into impulse-buying this


  • 2009 Origin 8 Del Pasado frame
  • Weinmann Deep-V track wheelset
  • Origin 8 (Formula-rebranded) hubs
  • Origin 8 crankset
  • Origin 8 47T chainring (not pictured, and yes its black)
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  • Wellgo pedals with Sunlite straps
  • Serfas Pro-Flo saddle
  • Sunlite (?) seat post
  • Avenir stem
  • Origin 8 risers
  • Oury mountain bike grips

The front wheel is out of alignment so I'll be bringing it back to the shop if torquing it down doesn't fix it (hand-tight in picture) and I'm gonna bring it to a friend's to shorten the handlebar ends. Not a big money setup like some of you guys with your road bikes but its my first fixed gear and I love it! I know some of you questioned why I chose fixed instead of free, personally I love the flywheel effect of the fixed cog and the clean looks are a nice bonus. And no, I don't wear nuthuggers or a messenger bag, and don't plan to.

oh and I tried out the seat, which has a 90-day money-back warranty if you're unsatisfied with it. I got it for only $30 at my local bike shop (Bicycle Express in downtown SJ, great shop) and its the most comfy seat I've ever ridden. A few of my friends tried it out too and they were amazed how comfortable it is.
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Get a front brake. Unless you're at the track, riding without brakes is dumb.
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Since I've arrived in Germany I've gone on more bike rides than I can remember in the US. I'm really hoping to make a habit of bike riding, something I can bring back to the states with me. I have never been as tired from working out, and yet it's very rewarding to get where it is that I want to go by biking, seeing as how I don't have access to a car out here.
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Bike looks nice, Costco. Put up another pic when it's done.
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