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twonsarelli seb-stott's article
Sep 29, 2022 at 6:43
4 hours
Whyte's E-180 Works Offers Bosch's "Race Only" Motor To Anyone
i think going downhill, you'll quickly outpace the motor's top speed anyway
twonsarelli AlliedCycleWorks's article
Sep 29, 2022 at 6:32
5 hours
Allied Cycle Works Announces Limited Edition BC40
@spaced: did a quick search for in-n-out burger job postings near where i live. they are paying starting wages $5.50 - $9.00 more than the state's minimum wage, offer 401k retirement eligibility, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, paid training, tuition reimbursement, paid time off and even profit sharing. the average manager salary is 74% higher than the US median income. since most managers tend to be people who have been in the company for several years, they're the folks who are more likely to be in the family-supporting time of their lives. If they're making almost double the US median income, i would say it is very likely they could support a family. if their spouse/partner works at in-n-out as a manger too, they'd be doing quite well in fact!
twonsarelli AlliedCycleWorks's article
Sep 28, 2022 at 9:47
1 day
Allied Cycle Works Announces Limited Edition BC40
it is true that lots of $10-15k bikes are being purchased. the good news is that there are lots of affordable bikes that are total shredders. anyone who doesn't have the budget or interest to spend 5 figures on a bike will be well served by one of those affordable rigs instead. there are kias, audis, ferraris and bugattis - the market provides something for everyone!!
Selling
Sep 25, 2022 at 16:54
Sep 25, 2022

SRAM Eagle XX1 Chain - Oil Slick Rainbow - Ships Free

$60 USD
116 links, including quick link. The inboard side shows more wear. About 50% life according to my chain wear tool. For the listed price, I'll cover shipping.

twonsarelli mattbeer's article
Sep 22, 2022 at 14:17
Sep 22, 2022
Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors & a UDH
@wpplayer18: clean bikes ride better and last longer than dirty ones. I just changed a bearing on a set of wheels i've had for 5 years (easily 10,000 miles or more). It was the first to fail. It only takes 5-10 minutes to clean the bike and then it is ready for the next adventure. Also, cleaning your bike is a great way to inspect for damage, wear and tear items that need to be replaced, and bolts coming loose or whatever.
twonsarelli mattbeer's article
Sep 22, 2022 at 14:13
Sep 22, 2022
Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors & a UDH
@whitedlite: ah man i hope you are able to get out and enjoy the fall weather while it lasts! I might ride more than average but i am sure lots of avid riders get more mileage than that. I think the most I've ridden in a year is about 4,700-4,800. Thankfully, I have a rad schedule that allows me to get out every day for rides. I aim to get about 175-200 days a year on the bike and at least 100 skiing. We have snow on the mountains 5+ months a year, so getting the biking days in is very weather dependent. An early or a late winter can easily chop a month or more off of our high altitude riding (where most of the best trails are).
Sep 22, 2022 at 13:51
Sep 22, 2022
twonsarelli mattbeer's article
Sep 22, 2022 at 11:41
Sep 22, 2022
Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors & a UDH
@BornOnTwo: he’ll yeah. get out there and have some fun!
twonsarelli mattbeer's article
Sep 22, 2022 at 11:28
Sep 22, 2022
Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors & a UDH
@thechunderdownunder: i wash after almost every single ride and it was my only bike at the time, so yes, it was a couple hundred (175 I'm guessing)
twonsarelli mattbeer's article
Sep 22, 2022 at 11:12
Sep 22, 2022
Evil Bikes Updates The Wreckoning With New Colors & a UDH
@VtVolk: in my experience, they aren’t prone to early bearing failure. I replaced mine after a season of riding (~4000 miles and a couple hundred washes) and they were totally fine. Replacing them was unnecessary. So unless there has been a huge change recently, owners will probably end up with a surplus of bearings as time goes on
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