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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by leonphelps, Aug 1, 2008.
Bike riding input use lots of body english
Climbing ...over the handle bar, descending hang ass as far back as possible
throw it left and right to guide front wheel to best path
Just a heads up to keep a eye out for everyone's safety.
There is a horse trail ride out there tomorrow. Supposed to be good sized. I think they will be starting at the mt misery camp ground area but I could be wrong.
Kick stand up at 0900 Netra lot Spalding rd
I don't have a kick stand but I'll see you at 9.
radiator burst on Rt 2 had to turn around,looks like you are going to have a great weather,Good luck!
Sorry to hear that. Thanks for the heads up
Pacific Northwest tag...... i couldn't resist
READ IT SLOWLY
Maybe tomorrow wednesday slow and getting lost
I typically do not keep my bikes long enough to have to worry about replacing sprockets. But, I was looking at the rear sprocket on my 350 today and wondering if this is considered worn or not. I've definitely seen worse, but I'd rather be proactive than lazy.
that thing is shot and blown. Please send it to me and I'll be sure it is properly "destroyed".
Honestly I don't consider a sprocket to need replacing (along with a chain) until the teeth have no flat area on top or hooked. (i.e. pointy sharp) Run it would be my choice.
A good guage for judging a sprocket is when the teeth look obviously non-symmetrical. They come symmetric, and when you can tell that they're not anymore, replace it.
Running sprockets longer than you should only kills your chain life. Generally people replace them as a set, but it's not necessary if you know how to determine if your chain is worn out or not.
Myself and two others are going to be at Spaulding Rd for 8:30 kickstands up. One guy is on a XR650, so we may want to avoid mt misery. It'd be nice to have some guys come that really know the trails. I'm bound to get us lost
you do know that's a brake rotor. Right?
It used to be a sprocket. I wish it worked that way.
You just may be figured out a way to save some weight you sprocket as a rotor
it was tried on road race bikes many years ago.
I decided to ride this am heading up there now.
Where’d you guys go? I went to the end of the trail and heard nothing. Backtracked and couldn’t find you. Hope you have a good remainder of the ride
One of the Honda guys broke his clutch lever . We got to turn at dirt road and didn’t see you. I missed turn which was a good thing and left them by house before the normally deep puddle road. Then I went back to route and no sign of you. I did some trail maintenance and did most of upper loop