"/n/ - Transportation" is 4chan's imageboard for discussing modes of transportation like trains and bicycles.
No titleWhy didn't all of america follow NYC's example? Hell why didn't all of the world? One stop every two or three blocks, is that so hard to understand?/n/ vidya threadNot the previous OP but I only have train sim screenshots, so here's another Train Simulator edition.
Burwood Station in Melbourne, on the Alemein line. The only line to use 3 car sets instead of 6. Almost no patronage outside out morning and afternoon commutes. Once i found a good patch of magic mushrooms next to the station building.
7/10/mg/ War On Trains edition>"Remember the Mercy!"No titleWhat are your thoughts on helmets? Do you wear it? Do you judge people with/without it? Do you have helmet laws in your city/state/country?No title> NOOOOOOO YOU CAN'T JUST RIDE GRAVELRINOS ON CARBORINO CHINARINO DROP BAR MONSTERCROSS TIRERINOS!! THAT'S NOT EPIC DIY RADVENTURINOS!! WHERE IS YOUR STEELIE REALIE BOI?!! WHERE IS YOUR BLACK T SHIRT AND CUT OFF JORTY BOIS?? WHERE IS YOUR 66CM HANDIBOIS?????? THIS IS A GRASS ROOT EVENTORINO YOU RACERINOS DON'T UNDERSTAND THE SPIRITIRINOS OF THE GRAVEL SCENEARINO/bbg/ - Bike Buying GuideRemember these? I don't.
Give us your height, location, intended use of the bike and budget. We'll ignore you.
>plagiarized from archive If you look at a used bike, check the blades of the fork aren't bent back from the line of the head tube (crash), the frame for hairline cracks, the bearings all spin smoothly with no play, the wheels are straight and have evenly tensioned spokes, the cog teeth aren't badly worn (compare to each other and look for shark toothing), the cables aren't cracked, it brakes and shifts well and check the derailer cage doesn't move much when you wiggle it. Moderate surface rust is ok. Most things aside from frame damage are just haggling points. Take cash with you and haggle in person to get the best price.Suspended Cable Car ThreadI really like cable cars but don't know a lot about them. I've always thought they were real cool though and rode one once over a theme park as a kid. Would anybody else like to have a cable car thread with pics and potential stories?No title/n/ eternally and fatally btfoNo titlerigid 90s mtb/jrg/ - Japanese Railways General2020 New Years Edition
Old Thread: >>1386439mourn your ride thread/n/, what rides did you have planned that corona has put on hold/canceled? or are you going ahead?
had PTO put in for a May ride from Seattle to Vancouver. and had tentative plans for Boston to Montreal in August./FGG/ - Fixed Gear GeneralCoronavirus edition
Featured SA, NT - GM29 pulling a Trans Australian at Rawlinna VIC - L1167 at Caulfield hauling coal QLD - 1556D and a 1720 class pull The Sunlander through Yabulu NSW - 8170/G518 at Central off duty from the Sydney Express (SEX) WA - X1005 pulls an Australind through Byford on the way to Bunbury TAS - X17 pulls a Tasman Ltd service towards Byrnie NZ - DC 4087 on Wairapara Service heading North, south of Naenae, WellingtonGetting Honked at Randomly by CagersIs this just a common occurrence when you ride a bike? I've been riding for a month now and I always follow all the laws, keep well to the side of the road, keep up a good pace and always indicate etc. Never had any problems until now but I went out today and some cager honks at me when I'm literally doing nothing wrong (and then is so seething he honks again when overtaking me lmao). Then 5 minutes later some chav riding on the back of a moped flips me off and calls me a wanker. Both times I didn't even react at all because I knew I wasn't doing anything wrong and I don't give a shit if someone else is mad.
Does this happen to everyone? Also before anyone asks I'm not some pretentious lycrafag I'm just wearing normal clothes on a budget bikeNo titleBeen rolling on solid rubber for six months. Literally no downsides. I'm NEVER going back to air/mtg/ – Model Train GeneralModels of miniature railways edition
Previous thread: >>1430662No titleWhoah.../mg/ Maritime GeneralAll aboard HMS schizotardspublic transport systemBest public transport system that you've seen or know of?Can /n/ improve /sp/?>All that parking Can't they just do what actual major cities do and put a metro stop there? Imagine walking from the dead end of this lot in dry 110 degree drought weather.No titleYou're at the cyclist cafe when this lady compliments your orchid collection.
What do you do, /n/? Oh and she's 163cm and 49kg, all slow twitch.No titlePolice stopped me today riding my bicycle on the way to college. I was riding on the sidewalk, 8mph according to my speedo. Just taking my sweet time to meet up and do some extra work a project with some classmates on a saturday. She said I wasnt allowed to ride on the sidewalk, that I had to ride on the right-hand side of the road, or a bikelane if available, which to put it lightly are beyond scarce in this multilane-freeway type city.
/gag/ is dedicated to all the pilots and pilot applicants out there, and although the name suggests otherwise, airline, military, and charter discussion is welcome. Keep it on topic, keep the shit throwing to a minimum, no nudes. No bikefags allowed :^)No titleContinued from>>1316880
Old thread hit image limit so post your airports thread #17 Starting with AMSCollectible bikes threadOld thread 404ed >>1433595
What have you picked up lately ? How will coronavirus effect the market? Is it time to buy? Will dying boomers let go of their Delta v 1000s finally?No titlePrototype or concept thread.surly is fucked$750 cargo bike, available with 2 day delievery and made out of aluminum not steel unlike the Big Dummy boat anchor. Wal Mart will be selling sick gravel bikes in the less than two years. All this niche shit is over. The market is going to destroy surly and every other hipster brand. It's overDumbfuck New to BikingAs title hints at, I'm a dumbfuck new to biking. I'm looking at getting a bike to travel around my city, which is very flat, about 4 miles or so a day, and I want to use it for a couple years. But I've never really ridden bikes before and know nothing about them.
What should I look for? What information do I need to know to pick a good bike to buy?No titleKansas City 1906 vs. today All demolished for a freeway.Weird Wings Thread #2Previous thread hit bump limit:
>>1422961No titleWhat's the "heaviest" light rail system in the United States and Canada, /n/? For me, it's Buffalo./n/ Poll 2020The 2020 /n/ poll for the upcoming Spring Cup is starting today and we're looking for your opinions on the /n/ players and culture that we choose to represent us as a board next tournament. The tournament is going to be airing every weekend in April where /n/ looks to beat up a bunch of boards that are bigger than it and remind them that transport > whatever the hell every other board on the site is doing
You can vote in this years poll here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd6zMhgM0D6fdiiMNmoEcu2hhdE-RJEH6_fstBaeBqBb2aaqQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
>What is this 4chan-wide memesports tournament played on Pro Evolution Soccer where each board sends a team to represent them with ridiculous mods to the players, board related music before, during and after games, and all the ridiculous physics breaking and nonsensical shitposting you'd expect.No titleis this true?/n/ IN SPACERockets are a form of transportation!
>Any toughs on the new private space race? >How fast will the proposed Soyuz replacement of the week be crapped? >When will ESA throw the towel and start buying American? >What is the endgame of the Chinese? >How come the Pajeet are the only ones left doing basic research? >Will the pandemic burst the Starlink bubble? >Is reusable truly cheaper or is it all just a marketing gimmick and economies of scale?Robbed of our agency and imagination!Do artist like simon stålenhag and Syd Mead retard our vision of infrastructure/transportation?No titleThe guys on /o/ are talking like this quarantine has got people dumping all sorts of cool car shit on craigslist Is anything like that happening for bikes?No titleWhy did trams suddenly disappear from tons of cities globally after WW2?No titleSo I'm out with some kind of knee overuse injury, and it's driving me nuts since I have all this free time thanks to based Corona-Chan. Doesn't hurt when I walk/snowboard but only when I pedal against heavy resistance, such as pedaling up a hill. Pain is located at the top of the knee. Has anyone else experienced this? What do I do to prevent it from happening again?No titleThis petition is regarding preserving the railway heritage primarily of Latvian trains built by Rigas Vagonbuves Rupnica which went out of business in 2017. Throughout 20th century and until 1990s lots of remarkable trains were built: ER1, ER2, ER9, ER22, DR1 and ER200 are the most famous ones. Despite of most of them having long service life in East Europe none of them are widely available as models in popular modeling scales like O (1:48 proportion), HO (1:87 proportion) and N (1:160 proportion). Though in early years iron curtain was indeed to blame until 1990s with limited access when it comes to scarcity of available model trains, more than 20 years later this is irrelevant and obsolete excuse. With internet and access to information for at least 10 years before RVR went out of business it was quite possible to gather required information to build a model of those trains. The other aspect is keeping some of those trains operational in dedicated operational railroad museums. While I acknowledge they are outdated trains technology wise and maintaining them for everyday passenger use becomes more and more costly so their replacement is inevitable nevertheless discarding history never makes a railroad or a country as a whole attractive to tourists and locals alike.
Regardless of not so bright political past such as USSR and socialism no historic heritage deserves to be forgotten and scrapped.
if you can, please sign.No titleIs it feasible for a city built on hills to have rail urban transport? Kigali, Rwanda as an exampleNo titleConfess your /n/ sinsMountain Biking GeneralWhat does /n/ ride/pyb/ Post Your Bike ThreadThrowback Edition Last thread is over 300 Previous Thread: >>1450136No titlemanon is soo qt hng https://youtu.be/ePQaJIQBpx8No titleThoughts on this https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000001362.000004747.htmlRedpill me on train enthusiasmWhat makes them so appealing and exciting to you? Getting excited about bikes or cars makes sense to me as you can own and customize one. How do you get into trains and form a hobby out of it?British railway operators effectively renationalised.Britain has de facto renationalised its railways due to the COVID-19 crisis for the next 6 months. The government is suspending TOC franchise agreements to manage revenue and costs. Interesting times, wonder if it will be used as a springboard to reform the way rail transport works in the UK, which seems, from an outsider's perspective, to be quite dysfunctional./bqg/ - Bike Questions GeneralCoronavirus is a hoax edition Last thread: >>1462572
If you want help purchasing a new bike, post in >>>/n/bbgNo title>20 fucking 20 >still no supersonic or suborbital commercial aviation
This timeline blows.ITT vent about local systemsOne. All I’m asking if for ONE fucking ride that isn’t stuffed with scam artists, tourists, and perhaps a car that doesn’t have needles on the floor. Also, is it just me or is it just needlessly loud?
This is also just a me-thing, but there’s seemingly always one guy who had never ride a train before. They usually fall on their asses but that’s funny so I’m not complaining.No title>We just need to eliminate private transport and focus on public transportNo titleStop cycling. Sell your bikes and start a healthy life of a respectable man. Stop ruining your prostate, spine, nerves and joints by crucifying your vunerable precious body on a bunch of tubes and gears. This is neither natural or sane thing to do. Stop shaming yourself, being a pathetic miserable sideroad roach, sweaty, smelly, dirty, looking likea clown in circus turning those wheels and entertaining those normal people watching you through the windshields of their comfy, luxirious SUVs, saying smthn like ''Honey, look at that man in the ditch, is that Rob that studied with you at highchool?'' ''Yeah hon, that's him, he was a nice kid back then, sad to see him fallen from grace. Give him a signal? Nah, don't want to embarass myself in from of the others. Btw, are we going to Dupont' wedding this weekend?'' So, hope you got the point, get a life. Also, some motivation from Jeremy, he's more elaborative on that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJZlhECK0PsNo titleAm I a bad guy now that I've decided to subway fare evade? I have taken the subway daily for years and paid daily for years, always been angry watching as people jump turnstiles, push in behind a paying person, use emergency exit gate while I am paying. Sick of seeing bums and drug addicts get onto the system, obviously not paying. Rarely see police, can count on one hand the number of times I've seen a "fare inspector" on a train.
The past 2-3 weeks the ridership has dropped 90% due to shelter in covid place but I still have to go to work, yet even with so few riders, there are still bums on trains, still watching as people evade fare and the agents do nothing. So this week I've been evading fare and no one has said anything. This morning an agent tried yelling at me but it's as I was leaving so I just kept walking. And even in this short week, as I walk to the turnstiles, I watch as someone else does the exact same thing so I do it as well. Even this evening as I was exiting my home station, 4 teenagers with big bikes just walk right thru the emergency exit, station agent in their cube is watching, yet do nothing.No titleWhat's your favorite railroad and why?No titlethoughts on this design? i think the added islands are a bit too much, i think we can do without.No title>2020 I am forgottenIndustry and InfrastructureI very much like industry and the hyper-specialized transportation of odd materials such as aggregate and logs and the like. Here's a thread for discussing that.What is your personal favorite form of transportNo titleHELLO EVERYONEmost /n/ anime?fuck yowamushi pedalNo title>On December 7, 1987, disgruntled Pacific Southwest Airlines employee David Burke boarded Fight 1771, a BOAC BAe 146, carrying 38 passengers from San Francisco to LA. Burke, a man with a violent history, had been previously involved in a cocaine smuggling ring. After relocating to the West Coast and working for PSA as a ticket agent, he was fired for several petty thefts. His boss refused to re-hire him. Still carrying his PSA employee's card, Burke bypassed airport security with a loaded .44 revolver since most airlines at this time did not require security checks for employees.
>During the flight, Burke penned a suicide note on an airsickness bag reading "You've shown no mercy for me and my family, and you'll get none in return." He then got up and shot his boss, whom he knew was a regular passenger on the flight. As recorded by the CVR, a flight attendent rushed to the cockpit and informed the pilots "We have a problem." When they asked what was up, Burke replied "I'm the problem." and shot her, followed by the pilots. Burke then apparently pushed the control yoke so the plane began a steep dive. The CVR recorded one more gunshot, possibly Burke shooting PSA chief pilot Douglas Arthur, who was onboard the flight and may have been trying to head to the cockpit and regain control of the plane.
>PSA 1771 nosedived into the grounds of a cattle ranch at speeds exceeding 700 mph. The crash speed was so extreme that no sizable pieces of the plane other than the engine cores survived. Of the 43 people aboard, 27 were never identified. The gun was found with a piece of Burke's finger still clutching the trigger. For this reason, it was believed that he probably did not shoot himself and was alive and holding the gun to the moment of impact.RIP to a heroWell guys we lost a real one. I think I actually rode a bus he drove a couple times, though he does look like a lot of old fat dudes.No titleWhat is /n/‘s opinion on double-deckers?No titleWhat did you wear on your ride today anon?
>Prosecutors charged a locomotive engineer who worked at the Port of Los Angeles with intentionally derailing a train at full speed near the US Navy Hospital Ship Mercy because of suspicions over it and activities surrounding COVID-19
>When the officer approached Moreno he told them "You only get this chance once. The whole world is watching. I had to. People don't know what's going on here. Now they will,' the complaint alleges.
>In his first interview with the Los Angeles Port Police, Moreno acknowledged that he "did it," saying that he was suspicious of the Mercy and believing it had an alternate purpose related to COVID-19 or a government takeover, the affidavit states.
>In a second interview with FBI agents, Moreno stated that "he did it out of the desire to 'wake people up,'" according to the affidavit. "Moreno stated that he thought that the U.S.N.S. Mercy was suspicious and did not believe 'the ship is what they say it's for.'"
https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/man-tried-to-derail-train-to-wreck-navy-hospital-ship-mercy-over-coronavirus-suspicions-feds-say/2339287/No title>people with single gear bikes Who are you trying to fool?
Everyone can tell it's not fixed gearNo titleI Sweden, social distancing is the default state.Flybe will cease operationsPress F to pay respectsNo titleThe professor died while protecting Tokyo and Lisbon! All seasons are just the teacher's last moments! He flashes and you see him dies in the arms of Lisbon and Tokyo is next to him with the girl from Lisbon #casadepapel # casadepapel4/mg/ Maritime General"what if we take 2 ships and weld 'em together" editionNo titleI have a hatred of /n/ how can I fix it ?The Legalities of Hiring Hands for a YachtNot sure if this is the best board to be posting this or not, but I'm curious if there are any yachtsmen on /n/ that could help me find some information I'm looking for.
I own a 38' gaff-rigged cutter that in the past I've taken all over the world. It's very traditional (the only electricity aboard the boat is for radios, no winches save for the anchor windlass, all oil lamps, doesn't have a motor, etc.). In my younger days, I got by just fine with it. I'm far from being an old man, but my 15 years in the merchant service is starting to take its toll on my joints and back, and I'm not able to hand, reef, and steer her myself like I used to.
So, I'm wondering what exactly the legalities are for hiring help aboard a private yacht. In the past I've only ever sailed her solo or with a buddy or two that didn't expect any monetary compensation. In a couple years time I'll be retiring from the merchant service and with that nice steady pension income I think I'll be able to afford to hire a mate and a hand (and possibly a cook/boy). Does anyone on /n/ have experience with this sort of thing? I'm aware of all the legalities for merchant seamen (currently work as first officer/relief master), but I'm unsure just how much of this transfers into the private yachting world.
Is there a minimum wage that I am required by law to pay a hired hand? Must I provide the same accommodations that merchant seamen are guaranteed (certain amount living space, three square meals a day, insurance etc.)? Am I required to have a certain percentage of my crew be US citizens (this is a requirement in the US Merchant Marine due to cabotage laws)?
Any help in this area would be appreciated. I don't need anyone to spoon feed me info, just looking for help in pointing me in the right direction. The CFRs are written with merchant sailors in mind, and I know that yachtsmen are either not bound by those laws or they are simply hiring hands illegally. Thanks.trek multitrackthe straight man's cross check/chad/ - Switzerland/Austria/Germany general - shiny editionOld one reached bump limit. >>1367158
Anything about public or alternative transport in Switzerland, Austria and Germany is fair game./UPG/- Urban Planning GeneralVirginia proposes a statewide (!) upzoning law to allow duplexes and ADUs on any SFR parcel.
They also just bought a few hundred miles of train tracks.No titleShe's right you know.Introducing the Stevens GravelectricIt comes with drop bars to get you into that uncomfortable but fast streamlined position. You really need those aero gains when the limiter kicks in at 25km/h. The ingenious inventors at Steven finally made race sporty gravel bikes to need electricity and problematic components such as big lithium batteries, copper, rare-earths, microelectronics and a firmware. That way they can ensure you'll buy a new one in 5 years because it will be electronic waste by then. But hey, the "S" in SUV stands for "sports" too!! You're worried about that extra 8 kilos you are carrying when the laughably small 250Wh battery died? Stevens took the hook and made the motor and battery removable so you can just ditch them into the grass to continue your fucking hardcore ride. Turn chicks heads and wet unracers pants with the lightweight full carbon frame. Clocks in at only 5000€!No title>designed by lord xenu himself >three fucking engines >iconic, THE face of aviation for decades >wide, dominant body >worst hull loss ratio of all time, still got recertified within a month Is it, dare I say, the most Chad aircraft of all time?Chicago closes all trails and parks>I can't wait to get out and bike ride since I'm stuck at ho- Time to sell the bikeNo titleHave you taken the recumbent pill yet?No titleDid it REALLY reach 156 mph?No titleCan anyone date this photo of London using the busesPostal packagingI have started to collect packaging from things I order online. I find it fascinating that something has traveled through several postal services to my house via various modes of transport and the whole system is efficient enough to get things to me in a matter of days to a week. I particularly like Japanese packaging as you can see and find the packaging itself to be beautiful. Not all is postal related.No title/n/ girlstroglodytesdumbass friends says airplanes are better (just general transportation point A to point ) than trains, arguments for or against?No titlePost grounded fleets from around the world as of this monthFENDER GAP TRUTH ABOUTonly idiot hipsters install their fenders close to the tire. they do it for looks whole endangering themselves. a narrow gap between tire and fender lead to wheel jams caused by rocks and sticks which can their you from the bike and kill you, all for marginal aero dynamic gains and aesthetics. True intelligent cyclists ride with a 50-100mm airgap for off road ability and debris immunity. And no, riding without fenders is not correct either that is pure casual bsjumbo threadpost jumbos and widebodiesWhat major airline will be first to go bankrupt during the Coronavirus crisis?Virgin Atlantic? Alitalia? Korean Air? American? Air France-KLM? WestJet?No title>A LIRR train is considered "on time" if it arrives within 6 minutes.
Why is it so bad?No titleIs it the best streetcar system in North America?No titleIf alternative transportation is faster than cars then why is this board as slow as snails?No title>be a fair ways into my ride (50 miles maybe) >was very tired before I even started my ride from long rides the past few days >on a mtb-style hybrid >don't remember the last time I was passed by a girl >only people that ever pass me are on road bikes, usually in suits, and I pass some of them too >a girl (along with a guy) passes me >they're on road bikes, dressed pretty pro >she's tall, huge legs, perfect body for biking >I was already very tired, so understandable >so what, no girl passes me >catch up to them at intersection >trail them a while >they slow down >I could pass them, but I don't want to pass them then get passed back, so I just trail them a bit longer >then they speed up >pull farther and farther away from me >out of sight >occasionally when there's a long line of visibility I'll catch a glimpse right before they go around a turn or over a hill >going hard, but still not that fast cause very tired >finally close to them >they turn onto road >not that far behind them, I cross road and get onto trail going along road >there's a bike/walk bridge over the river a little ways from here >I'm going to beat them to it >pedal all out >putting about as much effort into this as I've ever put into anything >but it's still the easiest thing I've ever done in my life >dat adrenaline >catch up to them >this is it >pass them at what feels like twice their speed >keep going full speed >slow down as I'm arriving at the bridge >look back >they're a ways back and turn off the road onto a ramp to get onto another road >owned >flawless victory >ride a little more then go home and take a shower and get some much needed restNo title>be little kid >you could literally open the doors on these whilst they were moving at high speed (some could only be opened from the outside though)
How was this allowed back in the 90s?No titlewhy do you hate carssexy livery threadhardmode: five years old or newerNo title>go out riding in the middle of rush hour >there's less cagers than there would be on a sunday afternoon THANK YOU BASED CORONA CHANNo title>be me >be femanon >riding my rigid 90s steel mountain bike >dressed casually, no cycling specific clothes (unless a helmet counts) >on a paved bike path >enjoying the nice spring weather >begin to come up on someone from behind >a fat guy >wearing full cycling kit >including Air Attack helmet >on an S-Works road bike >he hears me approaching and looks back >he quickly looks forward and starts pedaling as hard as he can >I'm keeping pace with him without even trying >he keeps looking back at me >literally every 5 seconds he looks back >looks visibly distressed, as if afraid that he is going to be passed by a girl on a mountain bike >he keeps looking back every 5 seconds or so and this goes on for several minutes >we get to a climb >he slows down to an excruciatingly slow pace so I pass him immediately >when I get to the top of the hill I look back out of curiosity, he is only a third of the way up at best >a few minutes later, stop at one of my favorite rest stops, a nice park overlooking a lake >about ten minutes later, fat guy passes by >stares at me as he passes >a few minutes later, get back on my bike and resume my ride >not long before I've caught up to fatty again >he looks back and sees me >he immediately stops, gets off his bike, turns it upside down, and starts spinning the wheel as if inspecting it >clearly pretending to have mechanical issues to justify stopping, when really he just doesn't want to be passed by a girl on a mountain bike >ask him if he is okay or needs help with his bike >"yes I'm fine thanx. just having a bit of a rest" Pic related, looks almost exactly like him.No title>get email newsletter from lbs >"blah blah ZOMG IT'S SPRING!!! blah blah coronawhogivesafuck blah blah temporary store hours blah blah canceled blah blah" >"WE'VE SEEN WAY TOO MANY PEOPLE OUT THERE RIDING WITHOUT HELMETS! BLAH BLAH MUH SAFETY BLAH!!" >"COME IN TODAY TO CHECK OUT OUR HUGE SELECTION OF HELMETS! (unless there are more than 10 people in the store in which case we'll make you sit out on the sidewalk until someone leaves)" hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmNo titleWhat is his favorite bike?ITT: simulate being on the Diamond PrincessNo titleWhy is he so smug, bros?No titleelevators are vertical tra/n/sportdefunct airlines threadprevious >>1440624No titleThoughts on DBpbzfa? They look comfy inside.Need a place to stayLet me in please all the other boards are infected.No titleName one... ONE! reason you don't own a folding bike RIGHT NOW.No titleGRAGHNo title>he doesn't mid-discNo titlehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtIZLS7cQas
Looks really fucking sexy but I have to wonder if you are saving any weight with this production technique rather than getting a really nice oversized tubeset (which as far as i understand offer more weight savings than standard skinny steel tubes).No title>Lives in saudi arabia >No bus stops >No metro >Nothing at all >Too hot to drive a bike how can i cope with this ?It is awesome that see pics multiple railtracks.In Korea, there are some quadruple or more tracks in Seoul. Looking pics of it feels something that i live in city and i like it.ITT: deebly goncernedNo titlewhat the fuck is thisWhat do you guys think about scooters that look like motorcyclesThinking about buying a taotao racer 50 i heard 4 stroke cylinder last a good while as long as i take care of them is this true? pic related the scooter i want.No title/n/ humour ylyl threadNo titleWhat went wrong?No titleITT: Things that make you automatically discredit someone as a cyclist.
>uses Di2 >doesn't wear a helmet >has a Brooks saddle >rides a fat bike on pavement >cross-chains >rides on the sidewalk >is fat but still wears full kit >is fat but still rides a super lightweight bike >is fat but still rides a super aero bike (nothing against fat cyclists btw, it's good that they are getting out and improving themselves) >no bottle cages >only bikes for sport; doesn't commute, tour, randonneur, go on adventure rides, or anything else >always drives death cage to the bike trails (it's okay to do it sometimes, but you have to ride from home at least some of the time) >only owns one bike and it's carbon >owns multiple bikes and they are all carbon (carbon race bikes are great but everyone needs a steel bike for commuting and general riding, if you ONLY ride to race/gotta go fast, then you are a faggot and not a true cyclist) >people that don't carry flat repair tools and a multitool when they ride >people that take their bike to the LBS for flat fixes >people that don't know the difference between hybrids (good all-around bikes) and cruisers/comfort bikes (worse than Huffys) >not knowing the brand and model of the bike they are riding >people that use dry lube (wet lube is NOT dirtier if you dry off the chain after lubing it, and wet lube lasts longer; if you want lube for dry conditions then use wax/ceramic, not dry/teflon lube)Streetcars Trolleys Trams Light RailPhiladelphia 1918 during the Spanish influenza epidemicNo titleAre forklifts /n/?No titleWhere do I have to move to be able to fly everyday and how rich do I have to be?No title>Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional Someone once said this in relation to cycling. I disagree. For anyone who truly embraces cycling, especially endurance cycling, suffering is inevitable too. Someone who truly embraces cycling, a true cyclist, will not stop simply when they reach pain. They will keep pushing themselves until they are in so much pain that suffering is no longer optional. And they will embrace that suffering. For an endurance cyclist, or any endurance athlete, heaven and hell become synonymous. To an endurance athlete, heaven is the glory in going beyond one's physical and mental limits. And hell is the suffering in doing so. The suffering is the glory. What would be the point of cycling if it didn't involve suffering?No titlei miss this nigga like you wouldnt believeNo titleAre grid street networks better than chaotic old-school networks?
I prefer the organic chaotic streets.No titleWhat did they mean by this?No titleThe future of commuting.No titleWhat's your transportation plan to outrun the pandemic?Soviet Mass Gravy TrainEverybody wants collectivization–nobody wants 3AM knock on dhe door from NKVD...No title>go into LBS >looking to buy all arounder >sales guy takes me over to Pugsley >this is the true all arounder he says >buy the Pug, use it for commute, trails, everything >perfect.jpg >about 3 months later tires start to get a little thin >get flat tire >patch and re-inflate >tear valve stem >go down to LBS for new tube >oh sorry anon we don't carry those tubes, we'll have to special order them >should be here in 3 days anon >3 days!?! >outraged.jpg >this is my only transportation, how am I supposed to get to work for the next 3 days? >not my problem, you should commute on a bike with more common components. Fat bikes are for sand and snow. That is why your tires wore out so quick, all that paved riding >b-b-b-but your salesman said this was the best all-arounder >Oh, he just meant it was the best for extreme conditions >it kinda sucks for road riding/commuting >well that is all I use it for! Maybe 10 miles a week of trails, but mostly just commuting >will you let me return it then and get a cross bike? >no sorry, we can't do that. We could buy it back from you, how's $130 sound? >$130?!?! I paid $1,200 for it 3 months ago >sorry anon, it is the best I could do for that bike. Not a lot of interest in fats around here. They're just not very practical in an ruben environment.
Fat bikes, not even once!WE NEED TO GO FASTER FASTER FASTERwe need ramjets on trains and boats. we need to go faster, there needs to be a cult of speed, a cult of fast. fucking tour de france on meth and electric engines on the bikes. FORMULA 1 NO RESTRICTIONS, FUCKING SUCKING FANS SUCKING INTO THE GROUND, COVER ON ALL WHEELS