unicycling hardware website?

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Klaas B » Sun, 03 Feb 2002 09:27:05


Hi all,

There is a lot of debate going on at times about unicycling-related
hardware, such as different seats, seat covers, handles, rim types,
spoking patterns, and personal protection gear. I'm following that
with interest although I cannot always follow it (if that makes
sense). Is there a website somewhere that explains all this to the
unknowing, ideally with pictures and descriptions, or else with links
to other sites if the info is there but dispersed? I'm sure I'm not
the only one being puzzled, or?

Klaas Bil
--
"To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked automagically from a database:"
"1071, TRIN00, utopia"

 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Neil Dunlo » Sun, 03 Feb 2002 20:52:50

Hi Klass,

I'd sure like to see what you mention come in to exitence! Not very likely
though given the time it'd take I fear.

And now for some shameless plugs...

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/HowTo/Tips/UnicycleBits.html
An article on some things to look out for when chossing components.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Reviews/
My thoughts on most of the things I've ever bought for riding: unis, frames,
pedals, clothing armour etc.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Tyres/
Data on a multitude of tyres.

And now for some not so shameles plugs...

http://www.frames.unicyclist.com/
Chris Reeder's page with frame stats.

http://torontounicyclists.tripod.com/tire.htm
Don Tai's tire reference page.

http://www.muniac.com/
Lots of info on higher end muni stuff. The forum there is a really good
source for reviews of muni and trials stuff. Well worth checking out IMHO.

Last, but by no means least...
http://www.unicycle.com/
The largest collection of unicycle components.... anywhere.
http://www.unicycle.uk.com/
Same as above but not quite so many components.


http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Links/
and
http://www.unicyclist.com/
should hopefully cover them.

It's fairly safe to say that the info is there but it is spread around some
what. For my web site I've been endevouring to keep all the info in a format
(xml) that can be turned in to some kind of database application where you
can see listings of related components and all their related measurements.
One day....

Cheers,
Neil

Quote:
> Hi all,

> There is a lot of debate going on at times about unicycling-related
> hardware, such as different seats, seat covers, handles, rim types,
> spoking patterns, and personal protection gear. I'm following that
> with interest although I cannot always follow it (if that makes
> sense). Is there a website somewhere that explains all this to the
> unknowing, ideally with pictures and descriptions, or else with links
> to other sites if the info is there but dispersed? I'm sure I'm not
> the only one being puzzled, or?

> Klaas Bil
> --
> "To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked

automagically from a database:"
Quote:
> "1071, TRIN00, utopia"

___________________________________________________________________________
Quote:
> rec.sport.unicycling mailing list -

www.unicycling.org/mailman/listinfo/rsu

 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Neil Dunlo » Sun, 03 Feb 2002 20:52:50

Hi Klass,

I'd sure like to see what you mention come in to exitence! Not very likely
though given the time it'd take I fear.

And now for some shameless plugs...

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/HowTo/Tips/UnicycleBits.html
An article on some things to look out for when chossing components.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Reviews/
My thoughts on most of the things I've ever bought for riding: unis, frames,
pedals, clothing armour etc.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Tyres/
Data on a multitude of tyres.

And now for some not so shameles plugs...

http://www.frames.unicyclist.com/
Chris Reeder's page with frame stats.

http://torontounicyclists.tripod.com/tire.htm
Don Tai's tire reference page.

http://www.muniac.com/
Lots of info on higher end muni stuff. The forum there is a really good
source for reviews of muni and trials stuff. Well worth checking out IMHO.

Last, but by no means least...
http://www.unicycle.com/
The largest collection of unicycle components.... anywhere.
http://www.unicycle.uk.com/
Same as above but not quite so many components.


http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Links/
and
http://www.unicyclist.com/
should hopefully cover them.

It's fairly safe to say that the info is there but it is spread around some
what. For my web site I've been endevouring to keep all the info in a format
(xml) that can be turned in to some kind of database application where you
can see listings of related components and all their related measurements.
One day....

Cheers,
Neil

Quote:
> Hi all,

> There is a lot of debate going on at times about unicycling-related
> hardware, such as different seats, seat covers, handles, rim types,
> spoking patterns, and personal protection gear. I'm following that
> with interest although I cannot always follow it (if that makes
> sense). Is there a website somewhere that explains all this to the
> unknowing, ideally with pictures and descriptions, or else with links
> to other sites if the info is there but dispersed? I'm sure I'm not
> the only one being puzzled, or?

> Klaas Bil
> --
> "To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked

automagically from a database:"
Quote:
> "1071, TRIN00, utopia"

___________________________________________________________________________
Quote:
> rec.sport.unicycling mailing list -

www.unicycling.org/mailman/listinfo/rsu

 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Neil Dunlo » Sun, 03 Feb 2002 20:52:50

Hi Klass,

I'd sure like to see what you mention come in to exitence! Not very likely
though given the time it'd take I fear.

And now for some shameless plugs...

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/HowTo/Tips/UnicycleBits.html
An article on some things to look out for when chossing components.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Reviews/
My thoughts on most of the things I've ever bought for riding: unis, frames,
pedals, clothing armour etc.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Tyres/
Data on a multitude of tyres.

And now for some not so shameles plugs...

http://www.frames.unicyclist.com/
Chris Reeder's page with frame stats.

http://torontounicyclists.tripod.com/tire.htm
Don Tai's tire reference page.

http://www.muniac.com/
Lots of info on higher end muni stuff. The forum there is a really good
source for reviews of muni and trials stuff. Well worth checking out IMHO.

Last, but by no means least...
http://www.unicycle.com/
The largest collection of unicycle components.... anywhere.
http://www.unicycle.uk.com/
Same as above but not quite so many components.


http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Links/
and
http://www.unicyclist.com/
should hopefully cover them.

It's fairly safe to say that the info is there but it is spread around some
what. For my web site I've been endevouring to keep all the info in a format
(xml) that can be turned in to some kind of database application where you
can see listings of related components and all their related measurements.
One day....

Cheers,
Neil

Quote:
> Hi all,

> There is a lot of debate going on at times about unicycling-related
> hardware, such as different seats, seat covers, handles, rim types,
> spoking patterns, and personal protection gear. I'm following that
> with interest although I cannot always follow it (if that makes
> sense). Is there a website somewhere that explains all this to the
> unknowing, ideally with pictures and descriptions, or else with links
> to other sites if the info is there but dispersed? I'm sure I'm not
> the only one being puzzled, or?

> Klaas Bil
> --
> "To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked

automagically from a database:"
Quote:
> "1071, TRIN00, utopia"

___________________________________________________________________________
Quote:
> rec.sport.unicycling mailing list -

www.unicycling.org/mailman/listinfo/rsu
 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Neil Dunlo » Sun, 03 Feb 2002 20:52:50

Hi Klass,

I'd sure like to see what you mention come in to exitence! Not very likely
though given the time it'd take I fear.

And now for some shameless plugs...

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/HowTo/Tips/UnicycleBits.html
An article on some things to look out for when chossing components.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Reviews/
My thoughts on most of the things I've ever bought for riding: unis, frames,
pedals, clothing armour etc.

http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Tyres/
Data on a multitude of tyres.

And now for some not so shameles plugs...

http://www.frames.unicyclist.com/
Chris Reeder's page with frame stats.

http://torontounicyclists.tripod.com/tire.htm
Don Tai's tire reference page.

http://www.muniac.com/
Lots of info on higher end muni stuff. The forum there is a really good
source for reviews of muni and trials stuff. Well worth checking out IMHO.

Last, but by no means least...
http://www.unicycle.com/
The largest collection of unicycle components.... anywhere.
http://www.unicycle.uk.com/
Same as above but not quite so many components.


http://wobbling.unicyclist.com/Links/
and
http://www.unicyclist.com/
should hopefully cover them.

It's fairly safe to say that the info is there but it is spread around some
what. For my web site I've been endevouring to keep all the info in a format
(xml) that can be turned in to some kind of database application where you
can see listings of related components and all their related measurements.
One day....

Cheers,
Neil

Quote:
> Hi all,

> There is a lot of debate going on at times about unicycling-related
> hardware, such as different seats, seat covers, handles, rim types,
> spoking patterns, and personal protection gear. I'm following that
> with interest although I cannot always follow it (if that makes
> sense). Is there a website somewhere that explains all this to the
> unknowing, ideally with pictures and descriptions, or else with links
> to other sites if the info is there but dispersed? I'm sure I'm not
> the only one being puzzled, or?

> Klaas Bil
> --
> "To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked

automagically from a database:"
Quote:
> "1071, TRIN00, utopia"

___________________________________________________________________________
Quote:
> rec.sport.unicycling mailing list -

www.unicycling.org/mailman/listinfo/rsu
 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Neil » Mon, 04 Feb 2002 00:06:13

Hmmm.... not sure why my last post is appearing again and again and
again... I promise I only sent it the once.

I know I repeat myself
but this is getting rediculous ;-)

Thinking about it... I didn't
remove the smap killer in your address Klass and had back a NDN email
saying it couldn't be delivered. Perhaps my mail server is repeatedly
trying to send it to you and the CC to rsu is making it appear with
every attempt to send it to you.

Anyone know how to unsend an email
from Outlook Express?

Neil

--
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Posted via the Unicyclist Community - http://unicyclist.com/forums

 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by rhyslin » Mon, 04 Feb 2002 02:26:15

Neil,

If the message in in queued with your ISP's mail server, it
will continue to attempt to deliver it untill their predetermined time
out occures.   You might test your thoery by including yourself as a
recepient and seeing if you too get multiple copies.

Outlook will
only attempt to send a message again if it is unable to contact your
mail server- It doesn't care what happens to it after that.   You can
look in the outbox for anything waiting to be transmitted.
Christopher

--
rhysling
Posted via the Unicyclist Community - http://unicyclist.com/forums

 
 
 

unicycling hardware website?

Post by Klaas B » Mon, 04 Feb 2002 07:39:27

On Sat, 2 Feb 2002 11:52:50 -0000, "Neil Dunlop"

Quote:

>Hi Klass,

>I'd sure like to see what you mention come in to exitence! Not very likely
>though given the time it'd take I fear.

>And now for some shameless plugs...

That was a good list of links. I've seen most if not all of those
sites over the last year or so but it's good to have the links
together (and visit again).

As to your multiple sending: your explanation about the delivery
errors and repeated sending is prolly correct. Oh well, it will push
you up on the 2002 statistics (although you posted them under a
different name than your "sorry" post).

Klaas Bil
--
"To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked automagically from a database:"
"Robert Hanssen, besopasnosti, informatie"