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Alleycat General

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I've been racing cat 5 for a while and am debating wether I should try alleycat. How do I find out about them? I already have a fixie that I built around 2010.

Is this even possible?

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Can this be done in real life or is this just some nip fiction that's only done in their j dramas and animu? You see it everywhere, I mean the last time I saw it was in that movie the tale of nishino; so like how do you do this whole league he evidently rides on the back of the bicycle thing? Like do you need the special bicycle for it? Is there a name for this style riding? Is there any special considerations one should take for turns, weight balancing, Etc?
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Hey /n/iggers, I got my first ever mountain bike today! I took it out for a ride and the uphill sucked but the downhill was so much fun.
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what about a mountain bike with a 29er on front and a 26" on back?
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VAL and Alternative Thread https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azwUZH1m2Z4 Lille : 1metro/1min30
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Sup /n/. Not a regular, but I'm going to uni in a few weeks and want a mountain bike for ~$150. Any advice?
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Why do bicycles even use Allen heads? Only certain exotic parts of the car will use them and the same goes for motorcycles Why ? Just why? Allen keys have a short shelf life and the heads themselves can easily be stripped
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When this shit is gonna happen?
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I had BMX bikes when I was a kid, I mostly just used them for normal riding but sometimes took it to the skate park. I wasn't a typical BMX fag though. Anyway, the first of the two BMX bikes I had (got the second when I outgrew the first) had pedal brakes rather than brake levers on the handlebars. I had to push back on the pedals to brake. I don't remember if I could coast. When I switched to standard brakes with brake levers they didn't seem any more effective, just different. Was the first BMX bike I had a fixie, or at least the same as fixies? I'm not trying to defend fixie hipster faggots, especially not the brakeless ones, but I'm legitimately curious. I don't have or want a fixie, and even if I did I would have normal brakes. But if they work the same as my first BMX bike, aren't the "brakeless" fixies really just bikes that have a different type of brake (that being pedal brakes)? If so, why are they seen as "brakeless" and unsafe? I think I rode pretty fast and never had any trouble braking, is that way of braking normally less effective or something? Or is the kind of pedal brakes I had different than fixies, and "brakeless" fixies really are brakeless?
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Bike everyfucking where, Jesus Christ don't you have a car? Didn't you fuck a girl in a car?? Why are you such a loser?? > In b4 muh bike
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I got a new mountain bike two days ago. The rear brake does not have as much stopping power as it should. This is my first bike with hydraulic disk brakes. Is it something I can fix myself, and if so how, or should I take it to a LBS?
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Hope you're all doing well my fi/n/e friends, About a year ago I got a Cyclocross bike after a long (4 month) assessment as to what bike I wanted, it was my first bike, and I love it a lot, always will. I initially was going to spend about 100-200 bucks on a bike, but ended up shelling out about 1200 for a really good bike. I come to you all in need of some advice on what bike to get next, and it's something that I know most of you will fucking hate, but I can't help it, and I'll explain to you why I have to do this. I am in need of two fixed gear cycles, one for my fiancee, and one for myself. I have been using my cyclocross bike while she is using her (really fucking beat up and about to die) town bike. I coast so fucking efficiently on my CX bike, while she is left behind still trying to keep up. I found a decent entry bike for her, but she didn't like the color scheme of it, which I guess is understandable but it fucking broke my heart, because it was decent. I really want a fixie for fitness and fun purposes... not a large investment, but something that I can add to over time. I was either going to go with a Critical (http://www.criticalcycles.com/) or Vilano (http://www.vilanobikes.com/fixed-gear-bikes/vilano-fixiex-fixed-gear-single-speed-urban-fixie-bike-1.html), if you guys have any recommendations within that price range, I'm open to it. But what she ended up wanting was either a brown seat/handlebar scheme with a cream frame (critical) or brown seat handlebar scheme with a baby blue frame. So it has to look straight up vintage fucking hipster etsy tier shit for her to like it. I am not so picky, as long as it is a good bike.
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My uncle just gave me his old bike, really happy with it [especially that it was free] I just wanted to know if it was technically any good or not?
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Peacefulness to you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdZG8miJAk8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KCFgodJ-ow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BggcCcbBQZk
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I just moved to an area near velodrome and I figured that it would be fun to start track biking. I don't have a bike yet but I know a guy who is selling his felt tk2 frame. The downside is that it has a little crack, but my father can fix it. He has the equipment and the knowledge (not about bikes, but welding aluminum in general). Should I buy the frame for $100 and make my dad fix it or will it crack soon from somewhere else? The frame is in perfectly good shape otherwise. Pic is from the frame I'm looking for.
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Entry level MTB here. Is there a way to improve this bike for trails? I put on some new pedals (metal) and thats about it. Any upgrades?
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Any other cool videos like this? The ones that give you goosebumps like this one. http://vimeo.com/101896187
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We can discuss about trains, what about buses? Temsa master race
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Is it really that hard for people to kick their doodoo off the trails?
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person I know. did one triathalon then went out and dropped 2k of parents money on a carbon tri-bike. please note the pedals. I would say something but I don't want to offend her. honestly I'm also partially worried she will injure herself. thoughts?
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