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Andy Moss 9.5
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  • Oak Park, IL
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FS: Kids' Specialized Hotrock 20" 6-speed

For sale is a kids' Specialized Hotrock with 20" wheels and 6 speeds.  Three kids learned to ride on this.  Apart from some battle scars, some of which are shown in the photos, it's in good shape.…Continue

Tags: 20", Hotrock, Mountain, Kids, Specialized

Started Sep 14

SOLD: Adams Trail-a-Bike Original Folder with 2 Hitches - $60

For sale is a black Adams Trail-a-Bike "Original Folder" (now called the "Original Folder One":  …Continue

Tags: child, bell, kids, trailer, adams

Started Sep 14

"You can kill anyone with your car as long as you don't really mean it" article

Thought I would put this out there.  The author's reporting and logic leave a bit to be desired--in particular the lazy suggestion that CM and RoS are the same--but the article speaks sympathetically…Continue

Tags: robert, vais, negligence, DUI, hamel

Started Jun 18

Super Cheap Mongoose Fat Bike at Wal-Mart
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This may be old news to some, but Wal-Mart sells a $200 Mongoose "fat bike," which looks more like a cheap cruiser with fat tires.  Though this could not possibly be a substitute for a Pug or the…Continue

Tags: Cruiser, Wal-Mart, Cheap, Steel, Mongoose

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andy Moss 9.5 Sep 30.

 

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Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Vilda's discussion Think of this as a Missed Connection.
"Me:  lit like an xmas tree with a solid headlight and a 2W flashing light, and wearing a hi-viz rainjacket, riding west in the bike lane on Madison over the river with the green light. You: looking right at me as you stepped onto…"
Tuesday
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Waymond Smith's discussion Bicycle lending library
"Agree with Lisa given the Latin root liber.  "
Monday
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"Broke out the shorts today. It's a scorcher."
Monday
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"I really like 37 degrees. "
Dec 9
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to cutifly's discussion Celebs on bikes
Dec 8
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Smart Bike Parts's discussion Dog Alert Logan Square?
"Dogs have personalities.  For all you know, that owner is completely responsible and loving and in the process of training the dog to be less reactive.     "
Dec 2
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Smart Bike Parts's discussion Dog Alert Logan Square?
"Many dogs can be reactive when on leash or harness, especially when surprised, but it's not the breed, it's the individual dog. "
Dec 2
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"There was definitely wind if you were riding west to east. And lots of broken glass. First flat of the below freezing temps. Fingers hurting. "
Dec 2
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Gene Tenner's discussion Why is it so hard to pedal in the winter?
"I think bulky clothing, including the resistance and weight, as well dealing with the steambath in your clothes, are major factors.  Also, don't discount the difference in the sunlight spectrum and its effect on energy levels. …"
Dec 1
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to h' 1.0's discussion How many other cyclists did you see on your commute this morning?
"Not a one until I got to Racine, where I encountered, gasp!, a shoaler!  ;)  The next two I saw, who were both heading south on Des Plaines, collided with each other right in front of me.  One of them had so much stuff covering his…"
Dec 1
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to in it to win it 8.0 mi's discussion I rode today. Did you?
"Nice to have the wind finally die down a little."
Nov 26
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to cutifly's discussion Celebs on bikes
Nov 25
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Tom A.K.'s discussion What Tools Do You Carry for Bike Repair When You Ride?
"Multi-tool, 10mm and 15mm ratcheting wrenches (for my single-speed), two spare tubes, levers, patch kit, zip ties, Lezyne pump, flashlight and CO2.  Also, scrap of cloth to hold the CO2 cartridge, which will freeze to your skin. I carry…"
Nov 25
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to David Altenburg's discussion Monday's weather
"I agree with Brendan.  There is no hard and fast rule "how much."  Lower the pressure so that, as Brendan said, you have more rubber on the road.  It will also lower the risk of flats from stuff hidden under the slop,…"
Nov 24
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Bob Kastigar's discussion Bicyclist struck by two vehicles on Lake Shore Drive on North Side
"A trifecta of bad news:  drunk Divvy cyclist; uninsured driver; and likely underinsured Uber."
Nov 24
Andy Moss 9.5 replied to Cooper T. Cooper III's discussion 6-speed DT to Brifters - Help!
"Would bar-end shifters fit in his bars?  Most can be set to (or are exclusively) friction, in which case it does not matter how many speeds the shifters are.  It may be possible to use the existing DT shifters in bar ends, although you may…"
Nov 20

Profile Information

What I ride:
Road, Mountain, Track, Divvy (bike share), Fixed Gear
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Distance, Competition / Racing, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
Keeping on top of the local cyclist community, volunteering, daydreaming, etc.
About me:
Partner with a very, very big law firm. Habeas counsel to prisoners at Guantanamo. Adherent of the Bike+1 rule, symmetry afficionado and tinkerer.

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At 9:55am on February 17, 2014, The Grizz said…

   How much for the Panasonic &/or would you sell wheels separately?

 
 
 

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