If you're talking scientific testing of current bicycles then I think you are pretty much off topic on this list (my opinion). This list being all about vintage lightweight bicycles after all.
Chuck Schmidt L.A.
joe starck wrote:
> And which bicycle component would you be sold on to travel with, one tested at 99 lbf to for at least 50,000 cycles or 1651 at two million? I really am wondering how to reference the two tests about bicycles.
> Joe Starck, *?*
> Chuck Schmidt <email@example.com> wrote:Joe Starck wrote:
> (cut) In the bicycle industry, are some tests like the gorilla in a cage
> with Samsonite luggage, and others just opening and closing a few times
> to check the hinge. How would I know what's really safe to travel with?
> Joe, I fully understand your concern since a failure in this area could
> be life threatening!
> Personally, in my own opinion, just for me, not speaking for anyone else
> of course... I feel very safe traveling with my Samsonite® luggage.
> Chuck Schmidt Ô¿Ô¬