Tube for bike - Mountain bike duathlon.
Tube For Bike
- convey in a tube; "inside Paris, they used to tube mail"
- Material in such a cylindrical form; tubing
- The inner tube of a bicycle tire
- conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
- A long, hollow cylinder of metal, plastic, glass, etc., for holding or transporting something, chiefly liquids or gases
- provide with a tube or insert a tube into
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- bicycle: ride a bicycle
- bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- A bicycle or motorcycle
tube for bike - Yakima Tube
Yakima Tube Top Women's or Dual Suspension Bike Rack Frame Adapter
These Tube Tops are just the thing if wacky top tubes prevent proper bike mounting.
Keeps bike mounted solidly on single and dual mast mounts
Molded collars are gentle with bike stem and seat post
14 at its shortest, 30 maximum
1 bike capacity
Installs quickly and securely on a wide range of bikes
Larger diameter tubing and anti-rotation inserts for greater stability
Does your bike's top tube prevent you from mounting your bike properly on your rear hitch rack? Turn to the Yakima TubeTop adapter, which keeps your bike mounted solidly on single or dual mast mounts. The adapter installs directly on your bike, with one molded collar attaching to your bike stem and the other to the seat post. Once installed, the adapter's large diameter tubing and anti-rotation inserts will sit sturdily on your vehicle's hitch rack, letting you tote everything from women's frames to dual-suspension bikes.
People often ask: "How do you fit 20 bikes in a 600 square foot apartment?" ... Well, the bed is now only used by my 4 house cats... and there are 10 MORE bikes, either on walls or on floor stands in this same room. So, this is no longer a bedroom, it's a bike stable... with a path to my closet. A large comfy sofa to sleep on in the living room along with TV, computer, and more bikes mounted horizontally on walls, high up as possible, with boxes of components stacked beneath along one wall, and low shelves with bike books along another. Basically no longer much of a conventional apartment, but I get by just fine and even have room for a repair stand. My bench grinder/buffer on a stand rolls out onto the porch, Drill press is on a kitchen counter, and tools and small parts bins fill the "kitchen" (where I never cook, anyway). It's all a matter of priorities. Several years ago a NYC broker friend who became obsessed with track bikes had 22 complete bikes squeezed into his tiny lower Manhattan apartment. I thought THAT was nuts! - Now he's fondly remembered as a roll model. Sure, a house with a garage and basement could be more convenient. But, without a current wife and with no kids would that really make much sense? What would I use all those empty rooms for? Bikes, Left to right: 1.) 1971 Paramount P15 (the "Touring" version) 2.) Full Campy, late 70s, Gianni Motta (Italian made) racer made for a Dutch bike company team ["Union"]. 3.) early-mid 1970s Raleigh Gran Sport 4.) full-chrome French (Gitane?) Track bike (with the funky chromed steel moustache bars) 5.) 1970 Frejus "Professional" And, to the right, on next wall, is the top tube of a 1975 Peugeot PX-10E
Chapstick Sam Splint First Aid kit (bandages, dressings, pain relievers, antihistimines, sinus meds, tweezers, bandaids) 3 yard roller gauze (cling or curlex) Nitril exam gloves Eye drops Trauma scissors Small bar light whistle tape visor led light space bag magnesium fire starter and striker Spare batteries Shock pump tire pump Epi-pen (epinepherine for anaphylactic emergencies) Empty toothpaste tube (for repairing sidewall cuts) Tube Oil Pen multi-tool w/ plyers and knife blade Derailleur hanger Chain quick links and pins Crank Brothers tool TP Fleece hat Deuter pack bags to contain contents Not shown is the contents of my seat bag which includes a tube, CO2 (big air), Tire lever, 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm wrenches, patch kit and chain tool that always stay with the bike.