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    A woman brought a very limp duck into a...

    A woman brought a very limp duck into a veterinary surgeon. As she laid her pet on the table, the vet pulled out his stethoscope and listened to the bird's chest. After a moment or two, the vet shook...
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    Awesome stuff. There has been and continues to be...

    Awesome stuff. There has been and continues to be a lot of misinformation from what should be credible sources. While not lying per se, it intentionally misrepresents information. We are under a 2%...
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    I peddle, usually the only time assist kicks in...

    I peddle, usually the only time assist kicks in is on hills or from stops. I haven’t tried the range with throttle only, I’d guess that would probably be close to the rating.
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    Is the got dam immigrant thread now. I thought we...

    Is the got dam immigrant thread now. I thought we were talking vaccines in here. They are clearly working, because muthafukers are talking about immigration in here instead of the masses of bodies...
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    Behemoth is at around 70 miles so far on a single...

    Behemoth is at around 70 miles so far on a single charge with 3 of 5 bars of battery left. Most of that battery use was having fun with it. These are an incredible thing, very efficient. I have it...
  • I figured the go cart was going to be a gateway...

    I figured the go cart was going to be a gateway drug, even mentioned it. A guy I work with got his son into carts and now he’s rookie of the year in his first season on full size stock cars. He...
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    Paul, if the people were going to die from a wild...

    Paul, if the people were going to die from a wild strain post vaccination, don’t you think the numbers would be off the charts right now? There are lots of “breakthrough” infections, so that...
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    They are regulated, but I am sure they will be...

    They are regulated, but I am sure they will be further regulated based on injuries etc. Easy to change the settings on the motor controller on some models to exceed the 20 mph class 2 speed limit.
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    I've had many bikes. The older higher end bikes...

    I've had many bikes. The older higher end bikes were worth the price. Anymore they are not in my opinion. Trek, Specialized, and every other manufacturers' frames are built in the same factory in...
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    I’m sure they are frowned upon by certain bike...

    I’m sure they are frowned upon by certain bike groups. My group is just my daughter and I and she likes it :p. They would make really good urban commuters and would be much faster than driving in...
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    For whatever reason crank drives are said to be...

    For whatever reason crank drives are said to be better. I’d think they’d be less efficient since they are turning the crank and chain rather than just the rear wheel. Maybe how the torque is applied...
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    Yeah the behemoth has mechanical disc brakes...

    Yeah the behemoth has mechanical disc brakes (cost savings) and they stop you, but they are nothing like hydraulic, way less precise control and stopping power. I can grab two handfuls of them and...
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    Yeah conversion kits are pretty reasonable if you...

    Yeah conversion kits are pretty reasonable if you want to DIY. I didn't want to modify any of my conventional bikes.



    Yep, that is why I went with the Himiway. The battery and motor are the...
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    For sure having a brick and mortar store would...

    For sure having a brick and mortar store would improve after sale service and repair. I've had several Trek bikes, my dad is riding a 6500 I had in college and snapped the frame (Trek replaced and...
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    Yeah did a lot of research. This one is better...

    Yeah did a lot of research. This one is better than most of the competition in the $2000 range, has a better warranty, but have to deal with a manufacturer seller rather than a bike shop for repairs...
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    Yeah there are a lot of applications. I road a...

    Yeah there are a lot of applications. I road a fat bike of a guy I work with a couple years ago in the snow. It went through it no problem, but even better with some assist. So far this is a win....
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    Anyone on here try an E-bike?

    If not I highly recommend. This got dropped off today.

    https://himiwaybike.com/products/himiway-electric-fat-bike

    Assembled it and all the accessories I had waiting for it’s arrival (mirror,...
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    Pretty much this. Infection rates with...

    Pretty much this. Infection rates with communicable diseases follow “odd” patterns and are a matter of availability of potential hosts combined with infectious people around them. When infection...
  • Well it used to be a thing but it isn't anymore...

    Well it used to be a thing but it isn't anymore see "science". You don't have natural immunity anymore anyway because masks are so effective. SO now you need to go get your flu shot and a covid...
  • Haven’t stopped in here for awhile. Everybody...

    Haven’t stopped in here for awhile. Everybody putting the work in. I’ve been trying to get few sessions in each week, yesterday was heavy barbell. Most of my exercise lately has been biking. My...
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