Bike 24 wheel. Bike saddle pad
Bike 24 Wheel
- change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
- bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- bicycle: ride a bicycle
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- A bicycle or motorcycle
- Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) is a methodology of allocating IP addresses and routing Internet Protocol packets.
- Year 24 (XXIV) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
- twenty-four: the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-three and one
The Session 24 may be a bit mellower than it's little brother, the Session 20, but that doesn't mean it has less guts. A steel frame and fork, FSA headset, Tektro 907 rear brake, and Chromoly 1 piece cranks match that of it's sibling, but the 24-Inch wheels make it more suitable for that taller rider. Fork : full chromoly with 1 1/4-Inch OD legs, 1 1/8-Inch threadless steerer, 6-Millimeter dropouts. Headset: FSA Impact 1 1/8-Inch Integrated. Handlebar: full Chromoly 2-piece 26.5-Inch wide x 5.1-Inch rise. Grips: DB naga grip with nylon end plug. Stem: 4 bolt alloy front load. Brakes: Tektro 907 U-brake with soft compound pads. Brake levers: Tektro 2 finger. Cranks: 175-Millimeter tubular chromoly 3-piece with 8-spline BB axle. Sprocket: 36t Alloy, BB: loose ball with 8-spline 19-Millimeter axle. Pedals: DB sound pedal plastic with Chromo axles. Rims: 36h Alienation black sheep. Hubs: (F) 36h aluminum shell with 3/8-Inch axle (R) 36h Alloy shell with 14-Millimeter axle. Chain: KMC Kool chain 1/2 x 1/8. Freewheel: 14t freewheel. Tires: Kenda K-rad 24x1.85. Spokes: black 14-Grams. Seat: DB Darin read signature padded seat. Seatpost: 25.4-millimeter steel micro adjust .
The Diamondback Session 24 BMX bike may be a bit mellower than its Session 20 sibling, but that doesn't mean it has less guts. The Session 24 is outfitted with such features as a chromoly steel frame and fork, an FSA headset, Tektro 907 rear brakes, and chromoly three-piece cranks that match those of its sibling. The 24-inch wheels, however, make it suitable for taller riders.
Frame: Full chromoly, integrated HT and mid BB
Fork: Full chromoly with 1-1/4-inch OD legs, 1-1/8-inch threadless steerer, 6mm dropouts
Head tube geometry: 73 degrees
Seat tube geometry: 71 degrees
Top tube geometry: 21.25 inches
Chain stay: 15.5 inches
Headset: FSA Impact 1-1/8-inch integrated
Handlebar: Full chromoly 2-piece, 26.5 inches wide x 5.1-inch rise
Grips: DB Team grip with nylon end plug
Stem: 4-bolt alloy front load
Brakes: Tektro 907 U-brake with soft compound pads
Brake levers: Tektro 2-finger
Cranks: 175mm tubular chromoly 3-piece with 8-spline BB axle
Sprocket: 36t alloy
BB: Loose ball with 8-spline, 19mm axle
Pedals: DB Sound pedal plastic with chromo axles
Rims: 36H Alienation Black Sheep
Hubs: 36H aluminum shell with 3/8-inch axle (front), 36H alloy shell with 14mm axle (rear)
Chain: KMC Kool chain 1/2 x 1/8
Freewheel: 14t freewheel
Tires: Kenda K-rad, 24 x 1.85
Spokes: Black 14g
Seat: DB Darin Read signature plastic seat
Seatpost: 25.4mm steel micro adjust
My loyal bike
My 125 cm? engine bike.
It's a Daelim Roadwin, obviously inspired by the Suzuki 500 GS.
I've had it for a bit more than a year. It served me well, and helped me decide to get my bike driving licence, necessary for bikes with more than 15kW engine power (I'm allowed to drive this one with my car driving licence).
Now I'm looking for a new, bigger, more powerful bike. I took this picture to advertise the selling of this one.
Strobist info :
A concrete pillar camera right used as a huge reflector, a SB-80DX 1/2 or 1/4 power bounced off it. This is what got me the large specular reflections on the right side of the bike.
SB-24 full power into the ceiling for soft fill.
Triggered via Cactus and optical slave.
My old wheels were, well, old... so I bought this new wheel today at a local bike shop. Came to about $24 total. No quick release. No fancy graphics. Just a heavy, butch, hunk of steel rim. NYC potholes - bring it.
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