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9 May
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Beware of Cats

Then I said, “I don’t remember the exact behaviours of corrosion fatigue for aluminium alloys, but it is possible that something in cat pee might accelerate pitting or intergranular corrosion, leading to faster crack initiation which ultimately reduced the service life of the spoke once cyclical loads were reapplied during riding usage…but I just don’t remember if aluminium is vulnerable to concentrated ammonia.”

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Lemond Emulates Armstrong

You know, by fixing a flat:

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