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Old 02-07-19, 01:30 PM
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"General Bicycle Technology" new subforum suggestion

I bumped into a new wheel design a couple of days ago.

It probably most applies to track cycling, but seemed to be of general interest. "Mechanics" subforum?

Anyway, perhaps there are a number of topics that would fit under new Technology.

Discs, Frame materials, Brakes, Hydraulics, 12-speed, etc. Comparisons between A&B?

It could be "New Technology" or just simply "Technology"
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Old 02-07-19, 01:32 PM
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I second the motion.
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Old 02-16-19, 08:26 AM
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I think it would be another dead forum. And we would be in there deleting kickstarter links all the time. Everything in bicycles has been invented already, so it would be better to have a "reinvented the wheel" forum.
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