A GOOD MOUNTAIN BIKE. MOUNTAIN BIKE
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A Good Mountain Bike
Fernie is the spot for Downhill Mountain Biking
Everything you love about Summer is available in Fernie, British Columbia. Summer is short here in the land of Deep Snow (for those skiers) but it is sweet in the Elk Valley. We made a trip here specifically for the epic mountain biking...many go to Fernie for the cross country mountain biking trails but what really rocks here is some of the best downhill mountain biking at Fernie Alpine Resort. We found a great variety of trails from mild to scary...well some very technical riding for sure! What I liked is that my kids are just getting into the sport and there were fantastic intro trails that had nice berms and good-lines to make it easy to get used to the speed and excitement of downhill mountain biking. With over 37 trails we enjoyed a solid week of riding! we also mixed in some great hiking and did the Ridge traverse on the Lizard Headwall- don't miss this one if you like views and pure natural scenery!
Wonderful excursion by mountain bikes into Arcadia National Park. I had a heavy cold and wondered whether to go ahead -- but when I saw the bikes and the excitement of the others, I just had to be part of it -- and it did the trick!
When I returned on board, I was already feeling better, and it did not take long for the cold to go... helped along by plenty of freshly squeezed orange juice in the Britannia Grill!
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26 INCH BIKE WHEELS - 26 INCH
26 Inch Bike Wheels - Kona Downhill Bikes.
26 Inch Bike Wheels
A 26-inch mountain bike wheel left after thieves removed the bicycle that was locked up here. Note that the cable lock has been cut. The owner of this bicycle should have locked up the more expensive rear wheel through the frame. Even the quick release and skewer was stolen!
Photograph taken near Wabash Avenue at Lake Street.
Classic 1960's Falter
Glenda on my classic 26" wheeled German 'Falter' folding bike, nervous because she's not used to having a back pedal brake.
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SCHWINN AIRDYNE UPRIGHT BIKE. UPRIGHT BIKE
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Schwinn Airdyne Upright Bike
Schwinn 150 Upright Bike
Schwinn Upright Bikes offer a compact design and the feel of a more traditional outdoor bike while relying on core, stabilizing muscles to balance your body weight. Look to the Schwinn 150 for comfort, value and versatility. Features include a 20-pound flywheel, 16 resistance levels, 18 programs, speakers and MP3 music input port, and both telemetry and contact heart rate monitoring. It also includes the following exclusive Schwinn features:
The Schwinn 150 features the Polar® telemetry-enabled heart rate system.
Ergonomic, extra-wide seat
Oversized, ergonomic pedal design
Fore-aft and angle-adjustable console, with integrated blower fan, bottle holder and utility tray
Speakers and MP3 music input port
Perimeter weighted flywheel for a true road feel, and smooth, consistent workouts
Oversized stabilizers and levelers that are built-in for a solid workout platform
17 preset programs including 8 profile courses, quick start, distance goal, fitness test
3 Polar® heart rate programs
Extra large black backlit LCD window
Schwinn Advantage™ workout tracking
Polar® telemetry-enabled heart rate system
Features & Specifications:
16 resistance levels
Perimeter weighted flywheel
Eddy Current Brake (ECB) resistance system
Retractable reading rack
Water bottle holder
Rear stabilizer frame levelers
Switchable from miles to kilometers (KM)
Fore/aft seat adjustment
Oversized deluxe pedal
Maximum user weight: 275 pounds
The Schwinn 150's exercise console.
The fore/aft seat adjustment allows multiple users to exercise comfortably.
5 years on the frame, 1 year on mechanical & electric parts, 3 months on wear parts
Compare These Upright Exercise Bikes
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Number of Programs71010171716
Workout Programs1 Manual, 6 Profile6 Profile, 1 Custom, Quick Start, Fitness Test, Results Mode6 Profiles, 1 Custom, Quick Start, Fitness Test, Results Mode8 Profile, 2 Custom, Quick Start, Fitness Test, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Distance Goal, Results Mode8 Profiles, Quick Start, Distance Goal, 2 Custom, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Fitness Test, Results Mode6 Profile, Quick Start, 2 Custom, 3 Heart Rate Controlled, Fitness Test, Distance Goal, Calorie Goal, Results Mode
Performance TrackingNoNoNoSchwinn Advantage™Schwinn Advantage™No
Polar® Heart Rate SystemNoNoNoNoYesYes
Heart Ratecontactcontactcontacttelemetry enabled & contacttelemetry enabled & contacttelemetry enabled (with chest strap) & contact
Display TypeLCDextra large LCDLCDextra large black backlit LCD with multi-colored brickyardextra large black backlit LCD with multi-colored brickyardextra large blue backlit LCD
Other Featuresmagnetic eddy Current brake, extra Large console, fan, reading rack, water bottle holder, powered by battery or AC adaptor (sold separately) compatible, transport wheels, rear stabilizer frame levelers, wwitchable from miles to kilometersmagnetic eddy current brake, fore/aft seat adjustability, reading rack, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, AC adaptor includedmagnetic eddy current brake, speakers, fan, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, adjustable handlebars, switchable from miles to kilometers, AC adaptor includedmagnetic eddy current brake, console angle adjustability, fore/aft seat adjustability, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedalseddy current brake, console angle adjustability, fore/aft seat adjustability, blower fan, speakers, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, adjustable handlebars, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedalsmagnetic eddy current brake, console angle adjustability, fore/aft seat adjustability, blower fan, reading rack, water bottle holder, rear stabilizer frame levelers, transport wheels, switchable from miles to kilometers, oversized deluxe pedals
Dimensions (L x W x H)28 x 17 x 48 inches
37 x 21 x 52 inches
42 x 21 x 52 inches
42 x 21 x 52 inches
42 x 21 x 52 inches
42 x 21 x 52 inches
Product Weight56 pounds73 pounds80 pounds88 pounds
WarrantyFrame: 2 years, Mechanical and Electric: 6 months, Wear Parts: 30 daysFrame: 5 years, Mechanical and Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 daysFrame: 5 years, Mechanical & Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 DaysFrame: 5 years, Mechanical and Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 daysFrame: 5 years, Mechanical & Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 90 daysFrame: 10 years, Mechanical: 2 years, Electric: 1 year, Wear Parts: 6 months
Max. User Weight275 pounds
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Danish trains have a car for bikes, prams and wheelchairs. You can sit down if you like, but if one of the three vehicles come on board, you move.
And in order to help your bike stay upright, we have these lovely little seatbelty things to assist you.
This bicycle doesn't belong to me. Someone double locked it to a lamppost, double locking being necessary to deter bicycle thieves. London needs more places to chain up bicycles.
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BENT BICYCLE WHEEL. BENT BICYCLE
BENT BICYCLE WHEEL. COMMUTING BICYCLE REVIEWS. BIKES PEGS.
Bent Bicycle Wheel
Wheel building tutorial: Third & fourth passes
Now for the leading spokes (the first two passes were trailing spokes). Turn the wheel back over and insert a spoke into any hole but from the *inside* of the right/top flange. Keep the hub twisted clockwise or your wheel is gonna turn out more busted than your uncle Arnie's grill. Ok, so you got that spoke in. This part is kind of hard to explain and the best way for you to understand it is probably to look at an already built wheel and study it until you understand what is going on. This is the part where you actually "lace" the spokes. Of the three "crosses", the first occurs for most hubs actually behind or just barely outside the flange. The second one occurs maybe a half inch or so outside the flange, and the last one occurs out in the middle of spoke-land somewhere. Like I said it's both hard to describe and hard to see in my pictures so just get another wheel and stare at it til you understand.
Anyway - the first two crosses happen *outside* the other spokes, and the final third cross goes *under*. You can bend the spokes quite a bit, as long as you don't crimp them. Bending them to an extent is perfectly ok and you're not damaging them as long as you mind the springiness of the metal and don't create a permanent crease. Use the handy spoke-nipple trick I told you about in the beginning because if you haven't needed it yet, you'll almost definitely need to do it now as the spokes will have very little play at this point. I like to put all the spokes through the inside of the flange, lace them through, and just leave them tensioned against the third spoke and under the rim (you can kinda see this in the pics). Then you can go around and do all the nipples at once. Be careful not to mar up your rim with the sharp threading on the spokes!
I'm going to cut it short at this point because it's pretty much just repetition. You complete the spokes in the manner above, flip the wheel, then finish it off. Make sure all your triangles look even, brush your teeth, comb your hair and admire yourself in the mirror for a little while.
Co-worker says he was Just Riding Along when his rear wheel folded. No bumps or anything -- he was braking to a stop when it just tacoed spontaneously.
He bought this Diamonback bike from Sports Authority about two years ago and was riding on a path in Morgan Hill, CA.
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Village Transportation - Lothal
"I must ride that. I MUST ride that", said the boy in me, jumping up down. I had just seen a bike trailer for the first time.
I was standing on the junction of a highway and the road to Lothal. A sign at the junction said, "Lothal: Ancient historic Harrapan City - 7 Km"
The bike trailers were parked in the shade of enormous bushes. Somehow the bike trailer reminded me of a centaur. The forward half was an Enfield bullet, while the rear was the wide back of a small truck. Even the wheels followed the halves. The bike section had a single spoked wheel while the rear had a pair of solid metal wheels with tempo tires. It was garishly decorated with a blue paint job with a plethora of designs spreading over like encroaching creepers.
Not seeing other forms of transport nearby, I guessed that I would have to take the bike trailer. The owners of the trailers were clustered together at a corner, chatting and smoking beedis.
"Bhaiya", I asked in my butchered Hindi to one who looked like the leader, "How do I go to Lothal?"
"LoTHaLLL?", he asked emphasizing on the syllables, "Nobody goes to LoTHaLL from here"
"I want to go", I said feeling a bit frustrated, "How do I go to Lothal?"
"I'll take you to Lothal", said another.
I didn't like the look of him. He was stout and his head was wrapped in a thick faded muffler. Through the muffler I could only see a pair of pock marked cheeks, large Polaroid tinted glasses and a moustache.
"How much?", I asked.
"You come first", he said, making a stride towards his trailer
"How much?", I asked again, not budging an inch
"Rs 150", he said
"%&^^$^$", I said mentally
"That's too much", I told him "And you know it"
"Rs 150 return", he clarified, "And I will have to wait for you there"
I thawed a bit. Now it didn't seem exorbitant. But 150 for a 14 km ride in village transportation still seemed a bit much.
"I'll give you Rs. 50"
"No", he said beginning to look uninterested "Rs. 150"
"I'll wait till your tempo fills up, then we can distribute the cost", I said
"Nobody goes to Lothal", he said
"But there must be people who want to go the villages along the way"
"There is nothing between here and Lothal"
After 10 minutes of bargaining, I didn't make any progress. The tempo wallah stuck stubbornly to his price.
I even contemplated walking. But a 14 km walk to save Rs. 150 was not worth it.
"Ok" I said. He had won
"Come. Let's go." He said cheerfully.
"I am going to take several hours over there. You will have to wait"
"No. I can't wait for 2 hours, I will wait for an hour max"
I cursed him mentally again and resolved that I would take my time and not be rushed about.
He wrapped a piece of rope around a fly wheel on the engine and pulled away, hard. The motorcycle engine seemed to be waking up after a deep slumber. It coughed and shook, emitting small puffs of black smoke. Smelling the exhaust, I knew that it ran on diesel. The engine was now roaring and the whole bike trailer was shaking vigorously.
Without enough people to damp the vibration, the ride for me was far from comfortable. I sat on the wood lined edge of the trailer with every bone in my body being rattled. I knew that that for the next few nights I would be sleeping on my belly.
There were few people on the road. A bus full of Japanese tourists passed us. The sight of a bike trailer was a novelty for them. Before I knew it, I had 20 cameras pointed at me, clicking. Feeling very self conscious, I assumed the “I-am-not-aware-that-I'm-being-photographed" pose.
Like the driver said there was nothing from the highway junction to Lothal and my visit lasted less than hour. After visiting the museum and the excavated mounds, I returned to the trailer.
The 7 km back to the highway junction passed off uneventfully. Before I could get off, villagers waiting at the junction began to climb into trailer. It soon set off leaving me alone at the junction, waving at passing buses to stop.
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BIKE SIZE FOR CHILDREN. FOR CHILDREN
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My Lil Bike
46/365 This is my nephew, Mr. L. He is almost 3 yrs. old. The little bicycle is actually my Mr. L's, but all the boys love to ride it. Its really the perfect size for my Mr. T. He's so short!! :) My nephew Mr. L, is usually a pretty good sport when it comes to having his picture taken.
Guess Where LA
If you're a bicyclist who uses the local bike paths this should be a familiar spot. Hint: The canopy is there to protect bicyclists and pedestrians from being hit by flying objects.
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BUY DUTCH BICYCLE. DUTCH BICYCLE
BUY DUTCH BICYCLE. NORMAL BIKE SPEED. DIRT BIKE MANUALS.
Buy Dutch Bicycle
1908 Fongers DB 50
Look at this bicycle at "all sizes" and see the beautiful details of these beautiful made "machines", Fongers were always made by order, the factory made exactly the bicycle the customer wanted !
In my collection is a 1908 Fongers BB60 that is actually used for 100 years and it is still in good condition, they were absolute top-class bicycles.
This was the most expensive Fongers (and bicycle) you could buy in Holland in those years.
It had bowden braking with cables through the handlebar, 3-speed Sturmey Archer hub, Fongers Hygienic saddle, celluloid chaincase, and like all Dutch bicycles the first 50 years of the past century, 28x1 1/2 inch wheels.
Chain was adjustable by the exentric bracket, fixet positioned backwheel.
Picture came out of a recently discovered crate from the old Fongers-factory filled with glass negatives.
What you see is also a picture made from the 1908 glas-negative.
Dutch Bicycle History: Klaas Baving
1917 Bike advertisement.
The brand names '(The) Express' and 'Success' (originally American) appear first in the list of the Dutch 'Bureau voor Industriele Eigendommen' in 1897, 'Welcome' follows in 1903.
Founder is Klaas Bavink. He is a very good marketeer. In 1912 he sells his business to H.G.A. Ackmann. Ackmann starts a 4th brand: 'Klaas Baving Rijwielen'. This was a bicycle brand for bikes made of bought, assembled parts.
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DISC BRAKES FOR BICYCLE : FOR BICYCLE
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Avid BB7 Road Mechanical Bicycle Disc Brake (140mm, Platinum, Rear)
Road version for use with short-pull (STI/drop/canti) brake levers (sold separately). Tri-Align Caliper Positioning System (CPS) for easy caliper/rotor alignment. Redesigned, sleeker body with a fully sealed Ball Bearing mechanism and integrated cable stop . Dual, pad adjuster knobs and full pad retraction for drag free setup . Tool-free pad adjustment and replacement (same pads as Juicy-7/5). Includes: post mount (74mm) caliper with International-Standard (51mm) fork and/or frame adapters, Roundagon 6-bolt/44mm-BCD rotor, and pads. Updated kitting fits front or rear applications (sold individually). Features: Both road and mountain Ball Bearing Disc Brakes are cable actuated Rotor fits 6-hole bolt circle hubs Caliper Positioning System aligns brakes perfectly with the rotor Complete pad retraction and micro-adjust spring tension Calipers are 74mm and include adapters for 51mm International Standard brake mounts Speed Dial Pad knobs allow for quick and easy brake pad adjustments Designed to be used with drop bar brake levers
BD-1 Multi-S ???? ???????
Front suspension set from Multi-S for the Birdy, BD-1, Fretta or Pacific 18 folding bicycles. It's oil based. There are currently only a few options available, most commonly from O-Dot/Color Plus and Sky Shock.
The Multi-S Suspension kit is suppose to give a good damping. Fairly Quiet. Taiwan product. Suppose to be made in Germany. Who knows. It seems quite popular with the Taiwanese and mainland Chinese Birdy owners.
As for how does it compare to the stock option, I have no idea. the black Rohloff Birdy was delivered fitted with the Multi-S front suspension fitted on already.
My only gripe with the set is that the discoupling of the suspension from the front fork seems a bit tight. So it slows down the folding. But hey, that's great when the bike is assembled.
Shot with the Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH on Sony NEX-3.
How I Spent My Weekend (6/365)
Over my weekend, I built two wheels for my bicycle, which proved to be harder than I expected. A few spokes which were the wrong size managed to find their way into the wheel, and complicated the build of the rear wheel. The front wheel was painless though. I was even able to sit on the bike to see how I would like the new position. The handle bars are higher than any bike I have ever owned, but it feels pretty good. I need to get the cranks in, and wire the derailers for the first test ride. There are a few other things to sort out with wiring the lights, and getting the front brake caliper to clear the spokes and align correctly.
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GIANT MENS BIKE - MENS BIKE
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#83 - I Like To Ride My Bicycle
This is my eldest boy with his brand new Giant Revel 3 which the lucky little chap got for his 9th birthday (OK his birthday isn't for another week and a half).
Considering its technically a mens bike I was pleased he only stacked it once on the eight mile ride (kids, they never listen!!). He did manage to pull a number of jumps on speed humps in the road without ditching it. Good lad!! :)
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Golden State Circuit Race 2011
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Klean Kanteen Water Bottle Review Info
I purchased these aluminum water bottles in June 2011. For the record, all water bottles are made in China. However, Klean Kanteen claims their bottles are BPA-free. They also say their bottles are steel+silicone+bamboo. No paint or plastic. They also say their China factory is inspected and monitored closely to insure quality and good employee work conditions and pay. For the record these bottles have a little heavier feel over no-name brands. Also these have only been used 3-6 times as of this post, and the paint is wearing thin in places. This is not good for a $13 and up product. I would recommend the plain aluminum bottle.
Toronto Bikes on Dundas Monday Morning Rush
A Monday morning rush hour on Dundas Street in Toronto. More bikes follow these three. Operator of an automobile repair garage came out and chatted while I photographed. Garage man is of the opinion that bikes belong on the sidewalk. He wants bikes registered like automobiles, and all bicyclists licensed and insured.
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Korean mini bicycles
In spite of the "Chevrolet" branding on this bike, this is a very sharp looking mini bicycle from Korea. The exhibitor said to me, "Chevrolet is very good brand in America, no?"
Tiny wheels, miniscule crank, folding stem and seatpost, yet clearly
meant for a full size rider. A clown perhaps? Coolest thing spotted on
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1987 Cannondale Frankenbike kid and grocery hauler
The bike I'd love to forsake, but can't.
For those of you who have been following my bike collection, you've probably noticed that this bike is something of a departure from my usual Classic & Vintage fare. This is my $20 estate auction find from about seven years ago, a 1987 Cannondale SM400 mountain bike, pretty low in their lineup, but still a formidable mountain bike in its day from one of the pioneers of The Mountain Bike. This was the bike that got me back into cycling after years of living without the thought of a bicycle. Amazingly, despite my rapidly expanding collection of much nicer bikes (see sets), I still have it! Why? Well, as much as I hate to admit it, this bike actually does so many things really well since it's been converted into an urban cargo and kid hauler by the addition of smooth-rolling city tires (mismatched), fenders, Wald basket, child seat and Northroad-style handlebars. I outline what keeps me riding this bike:
Hill climbing. I live on the top of a steep hill, and the wide mtn bike gearing lets me pull this 43 lb load of a week's worth of groceries (yes, I weighed it) up the hill without breaking a sweat. Ditto for carrying my daughter (also 43 lb) up said hill. And it allows me to go reasonably fast, as well.
Braking. Nevermind that the brakes, like the tires, are mismatched (cobbled together from a bike swap box lot-- the originals were not compatible with the child seat). Between the cantilever brakes, aluminum rims and KoolStop salmon pads, the brakes are hands down the best brakes of any bike in my collection, in any weather. This is especially important when I ride my 43lb daughter down my hill.
Theft deterrence. This ugly chimera has a built-in theft deterrent: its looks. Theives run away from this bike when they see it, their eyes bleeding, vowing never to look at another bike again. So, I don't have to lock it. Honest. Even in Harvard Square, I just leave it unlocked. Do you know just how much of a convenience that is? No fumbling for keys, no searching for an available post to shackle the bike to.
Carefree owner experience. See that rusty chain? That was a new chain not one year ago. But since this bike is the odd man out for dry storage and gets left out in all seasons, that's what happens. But being the runt of the litter also means I don't have to obsess over things like cleaning the chain (or any part of the bike, for that matter)! Every once in a while, when something really needs replacing, I do it, but I don't sweat the details like I do with my other bikes (last repair was a necessary one: a new bottom bracket, $22).
Positive attitudes from drivers. The child seat is an effective safety device, as much for the cyclist as for the child. When drivers see a bike with a child seat--with or without a child in it--their response changes from one of opposition and contempt to one of accommodation and courtesy. Drivers give me a wide berth when they pass. Drivers behind me are more patient and don't tail as closely. Drivers at intersections wave me on. I'm treated like royalty.
Durability and reasonable weight. The oversized aluminum frame and fat 26x1.75" tires can take a heavy load and never feel strained. The frame doesn't flex and there are no creaks or rattles. And, the bike always feels stable and responsive, and even comfortable, with the modified upright seating position. And being aluminum, the bike is not too heavy. With basket, fenders, child seat, bell and lights, it tips the scale at 40 lb. That's less than my English and Dutch roadsters, and neither of them have nearly the cargo carrying versatility of this bike. Without the child seat (it's removable via a quick-release clamp), the bike weighs about 30 lb-- certainly no lightweight, but respectably trim for what it is. For me, weight is actually pretty important, as I have to lug my bike up 17 steps each night.
Time and time again, I think to myself how nice it would be to ditch this bike in favor of something purpose-built with industrial design elegance, like a long-tail Kona Ute or Surly Big Dummy, or an ANT basket bike. But these would set me back $1000 on the low end, and up to $4000 on the high end. And then, if I had one of those bikes, I'd feel compelled to baby it, not leave it outside, and keep it locked. Not to mention they'd all weigh more than this bike. I'd be paranoid about its well-being and it would add extra concern on my part. I don't want that. I need something reasonably comfortable and versatile that i can hop on and never worry about getting stolen, scratched, or damaged. This bike fits those needs perfectly.
The harsh sunlight was a real problem here. A partial rescue with Aperture.
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MINI Roof Rack in Action
Getting ready to go on a bike ride, with my Trek bike and my Burley trailer (to carry my (then) 4-year old son) on the roof of my car in front of our house in Oakland (about 15 feet from the Berkeley border). The rack was a dealer-installed option on my 2003 MINI Cooper S.
At the mtb race this weekend I was happy to see several Mini Coopers with bike racks (Yakima doesn't make a rack for this car). If anyone has experience carrying around outdoor toys atop their Mini let me know in the comments. I'm this close to pulling the trigger...
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Thanksgiving Day Ride
(Explore: Nov. 30, 2007, #455)
It was 28° F when I started my ride at 7:30 AM. My computer stopped working at 35 miles. Total ride time was 4 hours, a little under 60 miles, estimated.
It was cold and freezing but I felt good to be on the bike again! I'm ready for the big meal ahead!
I've decided that I should make more of an effort to be one with my camera. I brought my gear into the office today in case I have time to take some pictures after work. Then I thought, "Why wait 'till after work?"
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SPECIALIZED RUBY ROAD BIKE. ROAD BIKE
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Specialized Ruby Road Bike
The male has a radiant ruby gorget. Head has green crown with black sides and a tiny white spot behind the eyes. The back is metallic green. The male also has a forked brownish-black tail. The belly is white and gray.
Model - Ruby Slate Balthazar
After the ghost shoot we did some fashiony images, this is a sneaky peek, cant wait to go through the rest!
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Great Spin Out West 2011
125km road spin for Cancer Care West. Geraldine, myself and Sadhbh, who I must thank for persuading to get off my ass and ride this, so thanks very much !
We did in in 4hr 19mins, and I felt great afterwards !
Spin was Oughterard, Clifden, Letterfrack, Leenane, Maam, Maam Cross, and back to Oughterard, with a food stop at Letterfrack and Maam.
Schwinn Spin Bikes
SPINNING: The original group cycling class, which is just like riding a bike. You will be lead through a journey of hills, sprints and just plain open road. Come in for a ride…and remember to bring a water bottle. Add abdominal strengthening to your ride with SPIN/CORE.
bike rack tire mount
rooftop bike rack
used bmx racing bikes
bike helmet red
bicycle exercise stands
boys 16 bikes
twin city bike club
toyota tacoma bike rack bed mount
discount dirt bike helmets
THREE WHEEL LOWRIDER BIKE. THREE WHEEL
THREE WHEEL LOWRIDER BIKE. SCHWINN GIRL BIKE. MONGOOSE MOUNTAIN BIKE 26.
Three Wheel Lowrider Bike
Murray Sportcrest with a 65t sprocket from a Schwinn exercise bike (dont worry the chain is not yet adjusted).
& then there was Bacon
Before and After photos of the 73 Schwinn Suburban turned "Kevin Bacon" (built by SuperSkinnyPete)
pocket bike racing games
bellwether bike shorts
khs bike frame
custom dirt bikes
suzuki dirt bikes 125
used carbon road bike
USED KAWASAKI DIRT BIKES - DIRT BIKES
USED KAWASAKI DIRT BIKES - MOUNTAIN BIKING WEBSITE - WOODEN BIKE BASKET.
Used Kawasaki Dirt Bikes
dirt bikes copy
This site was made for anyone that is interested in motor sports. I created this web layout because of the interest of motorcycles and professional racing. To create this site I inserted many monster energy Kawasaki photos into the photo shop file. I used the colors of green and black because those are the colors of monster energy Kawasaki race team.
Kawasaki KLX150 in Colombia
Yes, the KLX150 is in Colombia, South America too. I understand that it’s being assembled in Colombia and sold for about USD$4.000. I?m just learning how to ride the bike. It’s being used as a dirt bike only so I took off some things. Its only 250 kilometers and it has been very fun to ride. Not a Lot of power but it very light and not that tall.
light weight bike parts
hybrid bike frame
transformer bumble bee 16 inch kids bike
custom steel bicycle frames
city bike paths
125cc motocross bike
bicycle inner tube valves