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Old 07-17-12, 07:58 AM   #1
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why is the road bike forum The 41?
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Old 07-17-12, 08:04 AM   #2
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Why not ask there?
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That's the number given to that forum by whoever designed the website.
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This is the 7.

How does that make you feel?
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http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php/832941-41

Its just the addy.
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And to think that I thought it was the average IQ of the participants of that particular forum...

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This is the 7.

How does that make you feel?
Heh.
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And to think that I thought it was the average IQ of the participants of that particular forum...

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It may certainly be that as well but thats a bit generous don't you think ?
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"Why?" is the operative question.

I think that it's a way of telling you that "This is our club and you don't belong."
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It may certainly be that as well but thats a bit generous don't you think ?
Maybe, but I figure that 8 for A&S is right on the money.
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Old 07-17-12, 01:50 PM   #11
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Maybe, but I figure that 8 for A&S is right on the money.
That makes me feel smarter. I spend most of my time in 50+.
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That makes me feel smarter. I spend most of my time in 50+.
That one is 220... must be full of geniuses...in fact that would be off the charts.

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Old 07-17-12, 03:16 PM   #13
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Personally, I like the 231 myself.
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why is the road bike forum The 41?
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- number of centimeters around our massive quads
- how many MUP riders we pass per kilometer
- how many different pro kits reprented in our group rides
- age when mid-life crisis set in and we buy these $4500 road bikes
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It's too stripped down to be 42..
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- number of centimeters around our massive quads
- how many MUP riders we pass per kilometer
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- age when mid-life crisis set in and we buy these $4500 road bikes
I have some catching up to do
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Old 07-19-12, 10:14 AM   #18
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More on 41:

- # times the word "Cannondale" appears on a CAAD-10
- grams my derailleur is lighter than yours
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It's the vegetable Lo Mien.
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I usually frequent #'s 10, 181, 273 and 20. But I'm commenting here in #7, so what does that mean?

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It's the vegetable Lo Mien.
I thought # 41 was Mu Shu Pork, Sweet and Sour Shrimp Combination Plate with Steamed Rice!

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Guess the 226 folk are my heroes. 261s are interesting. 41s where are you in a hurry to get to and I think your bike still weighs too much.
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