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I changed the ( Is there something evil in my tire? ) tire on my '72 "Yellow Fever" Varsity.
As @Jeff54 pointed out, cord failure
I put a Kenda that I had laying around on it as well as the rack. Silly looking I know. But it will ride.
Good morning to you all. I took the "stationwagon" out this morning for a 23+ mile journey. I thought I would pick up some things while I was out.
Checking out the newly marked"Pickle ball" courts.
Restaurants here can now have outdoor dining at half capacity. The tent...
Nothing wrong with that method!!!. I used it as well on my coaster brake bikes.
I used this method for my lightweight group. I used the bolt fine true it.
Fortunately, Santa was good to me and got me a truing stand.
This free homemade dishing tool works as good as a commercial one
Not to destroy anymore of my tires, I
took my brother in law's Diamondback Edgewood for a 22 miler on the TNT.
The crews clearing the power lines uncovered this what appears to be shed of some sorts.
The playground at the south end of the trail
I see gas is going back up.
Great early morning...
I honestly couldn't tell you. I know I dont rack up the Miles you do. Hats off to you ,sir.
If I had to guess I would say around 500 or 600 on that bike. I try to ride a different bike each day, unless I do a rack and ride to different state or region, e.g. the New England states.
That is trying to escape?
Has anyone ever seen a tire do this?
I've seem them wear, but never twist .
I aired it up a few days ago to 70psi, rode it with no problems. Yesterday, I did feel an irregularity in the rear tire at the end of my ride.
The rim seems fine