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Here's another Clip for descending a hill, this time without touring gear - not suggesting that anyone should follow this example, but it perhaps highlights a difference in confidence? That's just stupid f*****g reckless. As well as overtaking on solid white lines, passing a residential area with p...
- 27 Oct 2010, 9:23pm
- Forum: On the road
- Topic: Distance equivalent to running marathon?
- Replies: 34
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In truth cycling and running should not be compared because they are completely different activities. Its like comparing apples and pears. However if you insist...... Cycling could be compared to walking/running i.e. moving around on two legs. A reasonably fit person could walk/jog all day or at lea...
Tonight A590 busy trunk road with dual carriage way interspersed with older section of twisty narrow bends, spotted a cyclist unlit in dark clothing. Presumably someone with a death wish bearing in mind it's a 70 mph road with lots of HGVs to boot.
I hold that it is self evident that professional drivers (i.e. people who make their living behind the wheel) should be held to a higher standard. So if a cyclist is involved in an accident whilst performing his job, e.g. messenger, postman, etc then he/she should be held liable if the other party i...
- 10 Oct 2010, 8:42pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: What cassette for hills?
- Replies: 22
- Views: 3615
Depends on the bike. For e.g. I have a lightweight carbon frame compact chainset 50/34 with 28 sprocket I also have an older aluminium bike with triple chainset with lowest gear 27 sprocket on 30 chain wheel. I find that the 34-28 on the lighter bike in effect a "lower" gear on the road th...