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I knew it!
The UCI made headlines back in March for checking several dozen bikes for hidden motors at Milan-San Remo. Many fans laughed off the incident as a ridiculous waste of time, somewhat prematurely perhaps. Concealing a motor in the frame of a road bike isn't just possible, there are products on the ...
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My recent purchase of Ebikes shows they are amazing but for other reasons .

To be honest the design and size shows it won't really be that powerful at all (110 watts ) .    However when you put it into context that the bike is light, the riders are strong and over a long distance then it is quite sufficient . 
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something tells me that i should have stayed home today!!
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I own a roadbike (just a standard, dropbar,STI,700X23C bike), but my friends all have mountain bikes, we always go on a trail ride (unpaved road, downhill/uphill, rocks/sand/mud), my bike always manage to survive the trail (thnx to the mechanic) but It always crosses my mind to buy a mountain or to change my wheels to 700X30 and above tires and convert to disc brake.... is it better to convert to cyclocross bike or to buy a mountain bike? thnx for the help
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You pretty much describe a cyclocross course. But a mtn bike would do that too. The suspension even if only front, will get you more comfort... but at the cost of some speed. You really only need suspension when you ride terrain with drops
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Vous souhaitez donner vie à vos projets? Vous pourriez tenter le coup! http://www.upmybike.com/
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Super badass downhill bike! The balance is amazing and gets better with speed!
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20" wheels
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Welcome to my blog. I divided it into categories (such as biking, running, caves, Skitury etc.).
  I think everyone can find something for yourself

Want to know more? Click on "I like it"

http://camilla14a.blogspot.com/
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Need a photo like that :P
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Cycle Crazy: 14 Smart & Stylish Bike Storage Solutions. 
Once an afterthought, bicycle storage racks, hooks and devices are now seen as part of a home's decor and as public sculpture on city sidewalks. More than
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Wim Mulder

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The Ferarri one horsepower bicycle concept.
Greetz Wim.
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you can tell they dont make bikes, the drivetrain is on the wrong side
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Choosing the #BestLight for your #Bicycle is the main concern here. http://goo.gl/gKACaX
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Une Apple Watch pour votre vélo? ce sera peut-être pour très bientôt.
http://www.igen.fr/apple-watch/2015/03/accessoires-lapple-watch-dans-leau-ou-sur-le-velo-90020
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Le lancement à venir de l’Apple Watch sera l’occasion pour les fabricants de tout poil de faire assaut d’imagination pour accessoiriser la montre connectée. CyClip planche ainsi sur un dock pour guidon de vélo, permettant de maintenir solidement l’Apple Watch en place. Le mécanisme d’installation et de retrait de la montre est annoncé comme étant le plus simple possible (il suffit de pousser le périphérique). Il sera même possible d’y connecter u...
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This could spell good things for us all. I'd love to see what this could mean for bike design.
 
Is it titanium? No, it's an alloy of iron and aluminium, just as good, at a tenth of the cost. Watch this space: a steel aircraft may one day take to the skies http://econ.st/16zKwtO
A LOT of tosh is talked about “nanotechnology”, much of it designed to separate unwary investors from their hard-earned cash. This does not mean, though, that...
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Most people who have seen me riding say I have mastered the way a bicycle can be ridden. Photo journalist Tamara Knox and writer journalist Erin Adeyemi Of Sacramento City College wrote my story and published it in the colleges magazine called "Main Line," along with an online video, called "riding though it". I have found a different way of riding a bicycle, like you have never seen before. Not only do I ride my bicycle with no handle bars, I'm also inspired to ride my bicycle like a figure ice skater, I guess you could call me a figure bicyclist, or something in regards to that because, my maneuver are just as graceful, passionate and elegance as an ice skaters would be. I'm 55 years old and when I mention it to anyone, they look at me and say yeah right or something smart ass like that but that only lasts until they see for themselves as there jaw droops to the ground in AHH,WOW, how do you do that, that's awesome can you teach me or something in regards to that. Right now I'm at the first stage of getting this off and running and that is letting the public know that their is something coming to the cycle world that NO BODY has ever seen before but don't just take my word for it, see if you can find anything close to what I do. I bet you don't find anything, "IN THE WORLD" like me??? What I'm looking for is sponsor's and to teach others.
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Today I learned another move that was unbelievable. Sense I go to Sacramento city college I do a lot of riding there, so that I can get feed back from the other students and from what I've been hearing around campus is that I am unbelievable to watch and a lot of students are now seeking the magazine where they can ready my story and find out who I am. Im a pretty shy person and don't know what to think about all of this, I'm just having fun when I ride.
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The latest post on the blog...featuring several sketches, renderings, and development images>>  Design and development of the CYLO bike

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  It is likely that you have seen the CYLO 1 bike, designed by former Nike design director Eric Duvauchelle and his brother Antoine in collaboration with Arro-Studio. The bike was covered earl...
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Discover how it is constructed a wooden bicycle.

Scopri come nasce una bicicletta in legno.

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#Magicshine MJ-816E 1800 Lumen #BikeLight Upgraded – Really Bright! http://goo.gl/3iPA4S
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I have this on my commuter (along with a 3000 lumen light) . Very good quality . One seal came loose after about 3 months but I just got some flexible putty and filled it . Over a year and it' still going strong !!!  
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