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Yeah I could really see myself loving an electric assist one! Mod some projector headlights on that bad boy and install a go pro for a Vlog.

 

 

I'm moving in that direction for commuting--pedal assist. I'd rather have this one, but will probably get the next model down.

 

http://www.stromerbike.com/en/us/e-bikes/stromer-st2

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Good video on that bike and others here:
I really like these as well but I'm a fan of less is more so would only want one item for travel. Given a velomobile protects you from the elements, it comes out on top.
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That is epically INSANE haha. Thanks Icenine2

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That is epically INSANE haha. Thanks Icenine2


But still. These two pretty much invented RBF. I mean really anyone can nosewheel backwards, right? Doing it on a wet road in a hairpin....

 

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But still. These two pretty much invented RBF. I mean really anyone can nosewheel backwards, right? Doing it on a wet road in a hairpin....

 

Great, I have 5 bikes and just now figured out I don't/can't ride any of them:eek: 

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Great, I have 5 bikes and just now figured out I don't/can't ride any of them:eek: 


Yeah. I know that feeling. Humbling experience to watch that. I mean sure there are multiple takes involved, but to even imagine some of that stuff in the first place. I've done some stoooopid stuff on the bike but these guys have imaginations beyond belief and an ability to develop the skillset that borders on madness.

 

Bless em all.  :D

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I spent this week in up in Boonville CA.

Came across this nice, repurposed bicycle rack at the local ice cream/coffee shop:

Nice reuse of old frames...

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I spent this week in up in Boonville CA.

Came across this nice, repurposed bicycle rack at the local ice cream/coffee shop:

Nice reuse of old frames...

I like it, if they would put a bar top under that window in front of them they would serve dual purpose of course a few of those saddles might not be ideal:eek:

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I spent this week in up in Boonville CA.

Came across this nice, repurposed bicycle rack at the local ice cream/coffee shop:

Nice reuse of old frames...

:thumb: Been enjoying your getaway!

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Hi All,

Just found this thread, so I thought I would share a couple of pictures of my rides:

 

My road bike which is a 2013 Specialized Tarmac SL4 Pro. This picture was taken in January of 2015, and I haven't made any significant changes to the bike since then. This was my first nice road bike. I bought it in May of 2013 and according to Strava I have 10,137.5 miles on it as of today. I'm not very fast, but I like to put a lot of miles in.

My mountain bike which is a 2014 Trek Project One Fuel EX. I didn't customize the bike, but bought it as a demo from a local shop. The owner had it built up to show customers what is possible with Project One, and I liked it enough to buy it at a decent discount. This picture was taken in November of 2014, right after I bought the bike. It's hard to see, but the bike had Crank Brothers Mallet pedals on it. I've since grown tired of skinning my knees up every time I can't get out of the pedals (which happened a lot), and replaced them with Truvative Holzfeller platform pedals, which I love. According to Strava, I have 121.4 miles on this bike. I need to do a lot more mountain biking.

Both pictures are taken with my phone, so the quality isn't that great. It's great to know there are so many cyclists that like headphones!

 

George

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Welcome!

:beerchug:

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