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The Cycling Thread 4322

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The Cycling Thread
« on: April 21, 2017, 06:31:07 PM »
Greetings, fellow cyclists and other MTOers, who may be thinking of starting cycling!

I'd like to start a thread here, where we all could generally talk about all things related to cycling, share ideas, ask questions and maybe a little bit promote cycling as a great mode of transport  ;) :angel: :pok:

All types of cyclists are welcome, whether it's commuting, utility, recreational, exercise or sport.

Let's talk about bikes, ways of servicing your bike, accessories (locks, lights, fenders etc.), riding styles, tips of riding in various weather conditions, riding clothing... the list is endless :ahhh

Post any related Youtube content here as well.
 
Here are couple other cycling related threads on this forum (do please post links to other threads I've missed :) ):
Bike Porn Thread
Winter Cycling Thread

And finally a message from our friend Sgt. Phil Esterhaus:


Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!  :cheers:
« Last Edit: April 21, 2017, 08:21:33 PM by Aleph78 »

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 07:18:43 PM »
Good bike locks are important part of your bike's security, of course what is adequate security differs from area to area and from bike to bike. Some rely just on simple cable locks, while others need to invest significant sums of money for ultra security bike locks.

As some of you may already know, I have a new e-bike coming, so I decided to get it a proper lock. Let me introduce you Abus Bordo 6000/90:

I'm really a fan of these Abus' folding locks, 'cause they take almost no space when not in use:


You can see they are quite heavy duty (more specs below):


Complete circumference is 90cm:



The lock consists of 5mm thick hardened steel bars, riveted together with "special rivets" (yes, I know that sounds funny).
It has premium lock cylinder for high protection from picking.
The bars are covered with silicone cover preventing the lock to damage the bike paint.
Two keys supplied.
Flexi-mount holder, either mount it on a bottle cage mount or use the non-slip velcro straps to mount it anywhere you like.

It's not a lightweight, at 1.2Kg is quite hefty lock, but I'll be damned if I'm gonna trust some skinny smurf cable lock to keep my new 2000e bike safe :D

Also not the cheapest, I got it at 67 euros plus 10 euros delivery from bike-discount.com, always check your local prices first  :tu:


Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2017, 08:12:41 PM »
Oh yes, I was also going ask you folks a question:

Best way to keep your bike lock lubricated and rust free? Some time ago, when I still had the Kryptonite New York lock, I just used the bike chain oil, but I'm not sure it's the best way to go...  :think: Abus themselves recommend "resin free oil", whatever that means  ???

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2017, 01:32:36 PM »
I have just gotten my bike out of the basement for the year and started riding again.  I've only been out 2-3 times, but I hope to increase that significantly this week.  Unfortunately, some of the paths I usually cycle on are underwater right now as they go alongside the river, and the river is flooding them out.  Some people have been claiming that they are observing water levels not seen in 20 years.  As this is only my second summer here, I can't confirm or deny that, but I will say that large parts of paths that I used to cycle on are better suited to kayaking right now!   :ahhh

Still, I am going to try and get out some and maybe photograph some of the affected areas, because it is pretty cool.  Plus, I really could use the exercise.  The last few times I went out I was exhausted afterwards!

Def

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2017, 07:12:47 PM »
So, my E-bike arrived...  :mail:  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

However, I have no pics yet since it's smurfin' sleeting and raining outside   :-\

I have to say, however, first time riding an E-bike... It's something completely different ;)
At the lowest setting, it's just like pedaling is really easy, but then you have three more
power settings on it! On the higher settings, it really feels like someone is behind you
pushing you along!  8)

Now, mine is just electric-assist bike, and the assist is limited to 25 km/h as required
by Finnish law (higher powered E-bikes must be registered as mopeds), but that is
well enough for me for way ahead to the future :tu:

And trust me, there will be pics, as soon as there's proper weather to take 'em :D

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2017, 07:20:28 PM »
Realised this would be more suitable here.  :facepalm:

So, my E-bike arrived...  :mail:  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

However, I have no pics yet since it's smurfin' sleeting and raining outside   :-\

I have to say, however, first time riding an E-bike... It's something completely different ;)
At the lowest setting, it's just like pedaling is really easy, but then you have three more
power settings on it! On the higher settings, it really feels like someone is behind you
pushing you along!  8)

Now, mine is just electric-assist bike, and the assist is limited to 25 km/h as required
by Finnish law (higher powered E-bikes must be registered as mopeds), but that is
well enough for me for way ahead to the future :tu:

And trust me, there will be pics, as soon as there's proper weather to take 'em :D

It sounds really cool.  8)
Whats the ranges?

Hooked, like everyone else. ;)

All hail the hook!
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2017, 07:26:08 PM »
I did install a rack on the E-bike today, pretty much first thing after I rode the bike home from work (I ordered the bike to work as we get DHL delivery twice a day :) )

Topeak Uni Super Tourist Disc DX (now that's a mouthful of a name ;) ):



Not the easiest to install on your own, but it didn't take that long, would definitely be easier if a friend to hold it in place while screwing the various screws in... Used my Skeletool and Topeak Ratchet Rocket to install it, would have been a bit better if I had had a socket set instead of the Skele, but since no crazy torque was needed, the Skele held the nuts well enough :tu:


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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #7 on: April 25, 2017, 07:31:12 PM »
Realised this would be more suitable here.  :facepalm:

So, my E-bike arrived...  :mail:  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

However, I have no pics yet since it's smurfin' sleeting and raining outside   :-\

I have to say, however, first time riding an E-bike... It's something completely different ;)
At the lowest setting, it's just like pedaling is really easy, but then you have three more
power settings on it! On the higher settings, it really feels like someone is behind you
pushing you along!  8)

Now, mine is just electric-assist bike, and the assist is limited to 25 km/h as required
by Finnish law (higher powered E-bikes must be registered as mopeds), but that is
well enough for me for way ahead to the future :tu:

And trust me, there will be pics, as soon as there's proper weather to take 'em :D

It sounds really cool.  8)
Whats the ranges?

Not quite sure just yet, but I kinda calculated that it should run around 70km on full charge, I guess we will see how it goes  :)

The problem is, the official range calculations are for people under 85kg, not proper man size :D

So, me, being around 125kg, it's a bit hard to estimate how much the extra weight affects the range just yet, but I will let you know how much km's I get out of it  :salute:

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #8 on: April 25, 2017, 07:37:25 PM »
Realised this would be more suitable here.  :facepalm:

So, my E-bike arrived...  :mail:  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

However, I have no pics yet since it's smurfin' sleeting and raining outside   :-\

I have to say, however, first time riding an E-bike... It's something completely different ;)
At the lowest setting, it's just like pedaling is really easy, but then you have three more
power settings on it! On the higher settings, it really feels like someone is behind you
pushing you along!  8)

Now, mine is just electric-assist bike, and the assist is limited to 25 km/h as required
by Finnish law (higher powered E-bikes must be registered as mopeds), but that is
well enough for me for way ahead to the future :tu:

And trust me, there will be pics, as soon as there's proper weather to take 'em :D

It sounds really cool.  8)
Whats the ranges?

Not quite sure just yet, but I kinda calculated that it should run around 70km on full charge, I guess we will see how it goes  :)

The problem is, the official range calculations are for people under 85kg, not proper man size :D

So, me, being around 125kg, it's a bit hard to estimate how much the extra weight affects the range just yet, but I will let you know how much km's I get out of it  :salute:
Thanks!  :cheers:

Hooked, like everyone else. ;)

All hail the hook!
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #9 on: April 25, 2017, 07:52:54 PM »
Realised this would be more suitable here.  :facepalm:

So, my E-bike arrived...  :mail:  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

However, I have no pics yet since it's smurfin' sleeting and raining outside   :-\

I have to say, however, first time riding an E-bike... It's something completely different ;)
At the lowest setting, it's just like pedaling is really easy, but then you have three more
power settings on it! On the higher settings, it really feels like someone is behind you
pushing you along!  8)

Now, mine is just electric-assist bike, and the assist is limited to 25 km/h as required
by Finnish law (higher powered E-bikes must be registered as mopeds), but that is
well enough for me for way ahead to the future :tu:

And trust me, there will be pics, as soon as there's proper weather to take 'em :D

It sounds really cool.  8)
Whats the ranges?

Not quite sure just yet, but I kinda calculated that it should run around 70km on full charge, I guess we will see how it goes  :)

The problem is, the official range calculations are for people under 85kg, not proper man size :D

So, me, being around 125kg, it's a bit hard to estimate how much the extra weight affects the range just yet, but I will let you know how much km's I get out of it  :salute:
Thanks!  :cheers:

No problem, bro :cheers:

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Head Turd Polisher Administrator Just Bananas Posts: 61,079 Optimum instrumentum est inter aures
Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #10 on: April 26, 2017, 03:24:23 PM »
I suppose the range varies greatly on whether you get to go down a lot of hills versus going back up!   :ahhh

I can't wait to hear your experiences on the e-bike!  I have been thinking about (but not getting due to expense!) a recumbent trike or e-trike (ELF bikes are seriously drool worthy!)  but I really can't justify the cost to myself.  Perhaps if I had a job I could commute to, but as it is I pretty well stick to walking or biking for local stuff (within 5-10kms) and the Jeep for everything else.

Def

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #11 on: April 26, 2017, 05:26:18 PM »
I suppose the range varies greatly on whether you get to go down a lot of hills versus going back up!   :ahhh

I can't wait to hear your experiences on the e-bike!  I have been thinking about (but not getting due to expense!) a recumbent trike or e-trike (ELF bikes are seriously drool worthy!)  but I really can't justify the cost to myself.  Perhaps if I had a job I could commute to, but as it is I pretty well stick to walking or biking for local stuff (within 5-10kms) and the Jeep for everything else.

Def

Well, since most of my riding is commuting, the hills even each other out :D

As for the experiences... This morning we had 3 to 4 inches of fresh wet snow  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

Had I been pedaling my old bike, there would have been a smurfton of smurfty smurfwords heard all over the town, but with the e-bike, no problemo  8)

Only thing was some nasty spots of packed slush, which at one time almost made me fall as the front wheel slipped, but I was able to stop be bike and stay upright...

All in all, it has already cut about 10 minutes off my commute each way, and after Kirky :kirky: stops messing with the weather, I assume that to be even greater (Kirky, I have my eye on you :rant::pok: :D

 :cheers:

Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #12 on: April 26, 2017, 05:40:52 PM »
Some of you may have noticed the same: typical round grips on your handlebars result in aching or numb hands. For me this especially true, only after two days with the stock grips on the e-bike (and I sure they are quality grips, just not for me) I HAD to swap them (which I was going to do anyways, so a moot point I guess ::) )...

New grips (new to the bike, not especially new to me as I took them off my old hybrid) are Ergon GP2 ergonomic grips:



I love Ergon grips, they are very comfortable, and even with my poor blood circulation, I rarely get numbness on my fingers and only rarely aching hands, which mostly is caused by vibrations caused by riding on uneven road surface.

The old urban tank of a bike of mine, Specialized Hardrock has a pair too, the GP1 Biokork:



They are not perfect, when they grips get wet, the rubber grip area gets quite sticky, which doesn't feel that nice against bare palm, but definitely makes the grippy as smurf!

And finally the disclaimer: I'm not in any way affiliated with Ergon or any stores that sell their products, just a happy customer  :)

Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!  :salute:

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2017, 10:04:55 PM »
I've never heard of those.  They look pretty cool.  I hate it when my hands go numb.  Wearing gloves has helped a bit but my fingers get all tingly after 20-25 minutes of riding.  Maybe I'll check these out at some point.

Def

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #14 on: April 27, 2017, 06:05:36 PM »
Well, the sun came out for a moment, so here are the promised pictures of my new electric steed  :D

Fellow MTOers, Ladies, Gentlemen & Kirky, I present thee... Cube Reaction Hybrid ONE!!!  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh

Couple overview pics, and yes, it's bright blue and green, 'cause that's how I roll these days :





Little closer up to the battery pack (Bosch), which is 400 Watt Hours (around 11 Ah)



User interface, consisting of the display unit and the control unit on the left:



Close-up of the motor (also Bosch)  and the drivetrain, 1x9 gears (Shimano):



And finally another overview pic from the right hand side of the bike :) :


Hmm what else...

It sports hydraulic disc brakes, which work very well (Shimano Deore  BR-M315).

The saddle is quite comfortable even for so quite narrow one, made by Selle Italia.

Also showing the Abus Bordo 6000 lock and Topeak Uni Super Tourist DX Disc rear rack.

Not yet showing SKS Shockboard XL and SKS Velo 65 Mountain 29" fenders or Cube Cubestand CMPT kickstand, all of which I hope will arrive next week :)

Enjoy! :tu:

Oh and... Let's be careful out there!


Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!
« Last Edit: April 27, 2017, 06:09:39 PM by Aleph78 »

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #15 on: April 28, 2017, 06:15:04 PM »
Alright, since I may need to ride some distance this weekend, I had to put the battery on the charger early, but as it still had 2 bars out of 5 and 40+ km already done, I'd say the 70 km is rather accurate, and that's with me doing the steep hills with the highest "turbo" assist  :D

Edit: Almost forgot... Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!  :cheers:
« Last Edit: April 28, 2017, 06:17:05 PM by Aleph78 »

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #16 on: April 30, 2017, 02:04:35 AM »
That's a great looking machine you have there!

There are a lot of times I really wish I had some assist on my bike!   :ahhh

I can't wait to hear how it gets on after your longer trip.  You really don't get a feel for a machine until you get a chance to push it a bit and I am looking forward to hearing how well it responds to that.

Def

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #17 on: April 30, 2017, 04:29:26 AM »
That's a great looking machine you have there!

There are a lot of times I really wish I had some assist on my bike!   :ahhh

I can't wait to hear how it gets on after your longer trip.  You really don't get a feel for a machine until you get a chance to push it a bit and I am looking forward to hearing how well it responds to that.

Def

I don't need assist, lol, I need full auto.   :facepalm:   I blame all the beers.
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #18 on: April 30, 2017, 04:30:04 AM »
Nice looking bike there Aleph.   :tu:   :tu:
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #19 on: May 01, 2017, 07:52:07 PM »
Thanks guys, I really like it myself  :)

I just did a small trip around the town today, 8km, I hoped for a longer trip to the neighboring town, but there's quite strong wind and I didn't quite feel up for it today... Soon however, soon :D

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2017, 06:27:31 PM »
(Posting couple of posts from my Random Smurf thread, as they are relevant to this thread  :D )

I'm pretty pissed off smurf today...

Ok, so I got the kickstand for the E-bike today, it's a Cube kickstand, for Cube bikes, says on the description that it fits all Cube E-bikes, except full suspension ones.

It doesn't fit.

SMURFING SMURFSMURFING SMURF! :rant:

The bike has the special, I guess lug is the right word, for it, but it's too thick, no matter how hard I pushed it didn't go in and already damaged the paintwork.

No replacing it either as I voided the warranty already by trying to file it to fit  :-\

As far as I know, they only have that one type of connection for the kickstands, so that's 37e gone for good...

Ok, a follow-up to yesterday's smurf-up (that's a word from now on 8) )...

Went and bought couple of files and with some 20 mins of careful filing, I managed to fit the kickstand on the bike and while it didn't go all the way in, it seems really solid. So not wasted 37e after all :)

Also installed the fenders, front one went in easy, back one needed some thinking and zip ties (who doesn't love zip ties ;) ) to stay off the tire, but as I took the bike for a spin around the block, I didn't hear and scratching noises, so another success I'd say  :cheers:

I hope sun will show up tomorrow, so I can take some pics for you guys.


 :cheers:

Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #21 on: May 03, 2017, 07:34:08 PM »
Have you ridden it enough to determine what distance you will get out of a full charge?
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #22 on: May 03, 2017, 07:54:33 PM »
Have you ridden it enough to determine what distance you will get out of a full charge?

Well, I haven't ridden the battery flat, but I'd say 60 - 70 km on my riding style is about right (I like to use the turbo assist on steep hills :D )

Probably 80km if I used only the lowest assist all the time, but where's the fun in that?  ;)


Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!
« Last Edit: May 03, 2017, 07:55:53 PM by Aleph78 »

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #23 on: May 04, 2017, 12:21:02 AM »
Good thread, aleph. :tu:

Been trying to get more miles in over the last few months, but seemingly too busy to get some photos.  I need to post some pics of the fleet when I get chance.
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #24 on: May 04, 2017, 05:48:14 PM »
The E-bike is now pretty much fully kitted, except for the light, but I don't need that until maybe October so no rush there...

Added front and rear fenders (SKS Shockboard XL and SKS Velo 65 Mountain 29"), and a kickstand (Cube Cubestand CMPT):


Little improvisation was required as the support that came with the rear fender could not be used due to the fact that the lugs where it was supposed to be connected on the frame were already used for the rack.. so Zip ties to the rescue! :tu:


Cube's own Cubestand CMPT kickstand is quite sturdy, although installation was challenging to say the very least:


:cheers:

Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #25 on: May 07, 2017, 05:07:46 PM »
Did a little Sunday bike-trip to the neighboring town, about 25km round trip. Weather's not too bad, it's a bit chilly still, but it was quite nice for biking. I didn't have my camera with me, so only couple snaps were taken with the K10000...


Stopped by the marina, which unsurprisingly is still empty as Lake Keitele is still quite iced up...


... and thus, the boats are still in winter storage


Also stumbled upon old Valmet 565 tractor sitting on some house's lawn:


Why is the old tractor interesting, you ask... Well for obvious reasons, it's beautiful piece of old machinery but also because it's an old product of my current employer, Valtra (the company name was changed to Valtra in 2001)  :)

All in all, the new E-bike is quite nice for longer distance riding as well, although, I'm wondering if I should get a little more comfortable saddle... The one that came with the bike is fine for commuting, but on a longer trip... at the end of the trip today, I was REALLY feeling all the bumps on the road :P

Ride safe, ride smart, have fun!  :cheers:

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #26 on: May 11, 2017, 08:35:51 PM »
So, I couldn't wait til fall to get my new bike light, because that would have been way too sensible, right?  ::)

So the mailman  :mail: was kind enough to deliver this yesterday:

Fenix BC30R!


It's a two Cree XM-L2 LED bike light:


THe handlebar holder is adjustable both up and down, and left and right:



Few specs:

Four modes plus Burst:
Burst: 1600 lumens
High: 800 lumens
Med: 500 lumens
Low: 200 lumens
Eco: 100 lumens

And in addition 200 lumen flashing mode.

Built-in 5200 mAh rechargeable battery.

Digital display showing the run-time of each mode to the minute.

Aluminum alloy construction.

Water resistant to IPX-6 standard.

:cheers:

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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #27 on: May 13, 2017, 05:45:05 PM »
Bike lights sure have come a long way the last few years. They'll see you coming with that one
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Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #28 on: May 13, 2017, 06:18:21 PM »
Yup they have. The last ones I had looked like this


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Global Moderator Absolutely No Life Club Posts: 7,033
Re: The Cycling Thread
« Reply #29 on: May 13, 2017, 07:00:45 PM »
I had those once upon a time to, they soon went through a pair of D cell batteries

 

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