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9/17/19
9:27 PM
6

I wanted this thing so bad when I saw it as a teen.  

9/13/19
9:04 PM
2

guessing because they’re made from metal thick enough where it’d take 50 years before corrosion would structurally compromise them? Rust is a big issue with car bodies because they’re made from thin sheet metal. Rust is merely a cosmetic issue for heavyweight stuff like receiver hitches.

9/13/19
8:30 PM
1

So there actually is one brand of e-bikes on the approved moped list, and it would be possible to, as an e-bike manufacturer, file paperwork certifying your e-bike as a moped (the biggest hurdles are that you need lights (normal, but sometimes optional, for e-bikes), turn signals (not so normal), and 1.75" wide tires,

9/12/19
10:21 PM
1

I've seen that sheet before, but I think that a lot of people selling scooters on Craigslist have not.

9/12/19
10:08 PM
2

To answer your question, a motorized pedacycle does exist, though not common in the northeast. In the Southwest, where DUIs are more common and thus more people lose their license, bikes with tiny two-stroke motors (basically weed trimmer motors) are common. I think I even saw them on skateboards.  Idk if they’re

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9/10/19
4:30 PM
1

Hm, these are both intriguing bikes, but 700cx45mm is the same tire capacity as my Niner RLT9 Steel. I think the appeal of the Fargo is that it’s a 29+ and I could run 2.8" or 3" tires and this could function as bikepacking/MTB while the Lynskey would be better suited for bikepacking/gravel/road.

9/3/19
10:45 PM
1

Relevant

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9/3/19
8:17 PM
73

Now before I get started, I’d like to clarify that I absolutely agree with the core message here. Red-light runners are scum. To see a light that’s already red long before deciding not to slow down and blast through it makes a person reprehensible, helplessly selfish, and better off nonexistent.

9/3/19
12:30 PM
1

Mint here representing, it is a great distro that has overtaken Ubuntu for non-Kali related activities. I use it on my server, workstation, and laptops.

9/3/19
6:06 AM
1

The only good line in the whole movie is “ yeah I got a helmet”

9/3/19
1:00 AM
2

Call me lucky but it was a time when bottom feeding was a lot easier. Mainly because there were not so many people at the bottom...... I think my clean 66 mustang 6 cyl. cost me $650 in 1975. Also this was when a summer coop job in engineering would pay for a year of college.

9/3/19
12:31 AM
1

It must have been a movie of its time because it was extremely dated 30 years ago when I first saw it too. It does have the “Hey Mickey” woman, Toni Basil, in it as a prostitute.

9/3/19
12:21 AM
4

Vincent Canby’s review (NYT) from 1969.

8/29/19
9:58 AM
3

They had two different four-door cabs. I reckon you’re thinking of the CrewMax that has rear doors as big as the fronts.