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Crazy City Bike Races. Warning!

Crazy City Bike Races

Motion Sickness Alert There are times when you come to TreeHugger for analysis of the latest transit ridership numbers from the Department of Transportation, and there are times when you just want to see really crazy bike rides. Now's the time for the crazy rides! Check out the video above and the videos below. Very High Bike Flip! Amazing Stunt Man. Badass of the Week. Fridtjof Nansen If you can look at this picture and tell me that this isn't one of the sweetest photos of a dude with a 'stache that you've ever seen, then you obviously need to learn a little something about facial hair and being awesome.

Badass of the Week

This picture alone makes the guy badass, even if you didn't know the story behind it. You will be pleased to learn, no doubt, that the man behind this vicious strip of solidified testosterone is sufficiently badass to pull off a soup strainer that epically righteous. Odd Bikes. 15 Amazing Bicycles For The Future of Seoul Seoul is one city that is conscious of the fact that we need to ride more bicycles and loosen up the traffic congestion.

Odd Bikes

To advocate their intent Seoul Design Fair hosted the Seoul Cycle Design Competition 2010, where entries from around the world we welcomed. The mission was to provide a cycle for the city dweller, so that he can adopt cycling into his daily routine and lead a healthy lifestyle. The city on its part, promises to provide all the infrastructure needed to promote it. Let’s take a look at main features of 15 of the best entries in random order! Main Features: comfortable ride with energy leveling and the stepless gearbox, option of adding seat-tube battery for speed, two wireless control-units (that work with two wireless rings on the handlebar) help control your ride. 14) Beik by Lukas Jungmann Main Features: Audi branding, folding mechanism, articulated frame steering and the untypical frame setup. Adjusting Bike Shifter. In this Skill Builder piece, guest contributor and mountain biker Chris Nodder (author of Bike Boo Boos) explains common problems with bike shifters and how to deal with them. – Gareth Before you mess with the derailleur, consider other potential sources of your poor shifting problem.

Adjusting Bike Shifter

If the rear shifter works properly when using the large chain ring but not the small chain ring, or vice versa, then the rear derailleur hanger might be bent.If the shifting skips when you apply pressure, check that your chain and cassette are not worn.If the shifting skips every third or fourth pedal revolution, check for a tight chain link.If the shifting skips when you go over a bump, and you are riding a full suspension bike, check that your cable housing is long enough.

ClevIndians Comeback! Rock & Ice Climbing. Trick Cyclist. Pedalling superhero Danny MacAskill is the star of a new show that highlights urban street sports. He shot to fame when a film of his jaw-dropping bike antics captured the public imagination. Then the Edinburgh man was able to give up his day job and spend all his time on his extraordinary talent.

Now Channel 4 has starred Danny in Concrete Circus when filmmakers followed him around for a summer. Alongside Danny are skateboarder Kilian Martin, free runners Blue and Phil Doyle and BMX flatlander Keelan Phillips. 15 Awesome Rock Climbs. {*style:<b>In memory of Dan Osman [ VIDEO ] </b>*} has its perils but it can be endlessly thrilling at the same time as it takes you to the most awesome natural spots of the world. However, you normally do not undertake this adventure activity without taking some self-protective measures. One such extraordinary person to brave the towering elevations world over without taking any safety measures was the legendary sports practitioner . Known for his spine chilling “free-soloing” and “rope jumping” ventures, this Asian American daredevil set a record for a 1000 feet freefall.

Rockclimbing.com. Bicycle Gear Calculator. Top 10 Bicycling Sites. On Sunday I published the “Ultimate top 10 list of Top 10 bicycling lists.” Later I realized that I really didn't care for “No. 9, Top 10 Bicycle Websites.” That list of bicycle websites was assembled by lovetoknow.com. It might work for some people, but in retrospect I don't think these are the best websites for bicyclists who regularly read this blog.

It had only one or two websites that I check regularly for information. So here's the BikingBis list of Top 10 Bicycling websites. No. 1 — Sheldon Brown — Bicycle Technical Information: Sheldon visits all the bicycling issues faced by beginning or advanced cyclists. No. 2 – Crazy Guy on a Bike: Webmaster Neil Gunton furthers the life and lore of bicycling touring by offering a place where all bicycling adventurers can share their stories. Bicycle Maintenance. This page was last updated 24 May 2007.

Bicycle Maintenance

I often get asked about bicycle maintenance and repairs, and tips for how to ride efficiently. This little manual is intended as a summary of what I have learned over the years. I am not a professional mechanic. All of what I say here is the result of personal experience and opinion and may in places flatly contradict professional techniques, but it has served me well.