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Wouldn't using a whistle require the use of a hand to hold it up to your mouth.... not a good thing if you ar riding through traffic.
You could try tilting the seat back a bit further back... I found this helped with discomfort although it was on a different type odf bent.
Dude don't take risks with tyres... Next time you might not be so lucky and that would be a shame.
Pretty much all of the roads in New Zealand are chip seal... I don't find it difficult to ride on but it sure does remove skin fast if you crash:mad:
It isn't American?:confused:
Barrets manuals have great information Chapter 17 is about wheel building and covers trueing
I agree riding in cold weather is great although a strong wind can really chill you... Much better than sitting around pretending to ride inside :D
If you like tinkering fix it up... even if it isn't worth anything you learn a lot messing around :D
Yup my daughters decided that they didn't know me when I built a recumbent.
Leg shaving is only a good idea if it will help prevent attacks from amourous dogs that mistake your legs for their mate :D
If a cycling forums related bike store would deliver internationally I would consider dealing with them.
Terry from New Zealand.
I work for a promotions group doing graphic design and web building and any other crappy jobs they can think up....
Oh man this thread is fast approaching the boring threshold.
One handy little trick is to place a piece of plastic drink bottle between the two tubes... weird but it does seem to work well.
Any old softdrink...
Given the miserable looks that many "normal" people have I'd say that being a happy dork is a much better choice... Wear the Dork Label with pride:D
Looking behind you can be really difficult on a recumbent... I just go by sound... if I don't hear screeching brakes or crashing noises I know the...
Tough @$$ I guess. :D
In fact with the cost of the "dorkism" equipment you would be justified in thinking dorkism is a little bit elitist.
It would appear that "Dorkism" has reached epidemic proportions and that most cyclists exibit some of the symptoms.
Perhaps it's those that claim...
Good for you Fatherzen... The important thing is that you enjoy cycling :D
You sure... This sounds like one of those "I have a friend" type comments:D:D:D