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    You can take your bike on the Roosevelt Island...

    You can take your bike on the Roosevelt Island tram, which is a beautiful ride and half the fun of visiting Roosevelt Island. I took mine over on Saturday a few weeks ago and rode around the island...
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    I'm almost certain it would fit in most cabs,...

    I'm almost certain it would fit in most cabs, assuming the driver will wait for you to remove one, maybe both, wheels. If you're going to do it, I would watch for one of the van cabs or the new...
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    Welcome to NYC. I think you'll find it to be a...

    Welcome to NYC. I think you'll find it to be a relatively safe and decent place to ride a bike. It's not the middle of nowhere with endless, flat, deserted roads, but as others have mentioned,...
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    Since this is a cycling forum (and Google is...

    Since this is a cycling forum (and Google is not), I will try to provide some actual info based on my experience.

    I tried it out last week after hearing some good things at my LBS. I wasn't crazy...
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    I put these on my road bike and agree that they...

    I put these on my road bike and agree that they are on the smaller end of the 28c options. They are great tires and will almost certainly fit your frame. My only regret with them is wondering if I...
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    Thanks buddy. The best part is when your...

    Thanks buddy. The best part is when your coworkers suddenly notice it under the desk and are like "What the heck? How long has that been there?".
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    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-5Y3-X8qHgCA/U9G...

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-5Y3-X8qHgCA/U9G3cK2HWkI/AAAAAAAADsE/Eyw20RKee3A/w778-h584-no/photo+%25281%2529.JPG
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    Craigslist: Pinarello Dogma Ego Magnesium...

    Craigslist: Pinarello Dogma Ego Magnesium

    http://images.craigslist.org/00G0G_37grQhVbSPs_600x450.jpg

    "One of the priciest bikes on the market, the $17,000 (just for the frame) Pinarello Dogma...
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    If you're relatively new to cycling, I think a...

    If you're relatively new to cycling, I think a hybrid would serve you well. A friend of mine bought a Specialized Sirrus (http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/SBCBkModel.jsp?spid=45860&menuItemId=0) ...
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    I personally appreciate the protected bike lanes....

    I personally appreciate the protected bike lanes. If you don't mind obeying the traffic lights (which you should be doing anyways), they seem to be a much safer alternative than cruising the avenues...
  11. There's always someone here who's willing to jump...

    There's always someone here who's willing to jump in and provide an expert analysis, even for your jokes. Thanks for putting our fears of a growing antibike uprising of crazies to rest.
  12. As if we didn't have enough things to watch out...

    As if we didn't have enough things to watch out for while riding in the city.
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    Thanks for all the posts about the QR. It was...

    Thanks for all the posts about the QR. It was left up from the install yesterday, but is now back in the down position.

    I think you're right about stepping it up a size. That was my first...
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    I wouldn't be surprised given the ease with which...

    I wouldn't be surprised given the ease with which they slide past the brakes. I heard the Conti's ran small and figured a small 28 would be about right for the speed vs. comfort balance I was...
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    I primarily ride around NYC and the NJ palisades....

    I primarily ride around NYC and the NJ palisades. A lot of the roads here are pretty rough and construction goes on continuously so its difficult to choose a reliably smooth route. I wanted to go...
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    I use a wired one and I'm pretty happy with it. ...

    I use a wired one and I'm pretty happy with it. You can run the wire along the existing cables with very little mess. I recently upgraded to a computer with cadence and even those wires weren't too...
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    700x28 on my Lemond (w/ pics)

    I started a thread a while back asking if anyone thought 700x28 tires would fit on a new(er) road bike. I never got a definitive answer, but eventually decided to pull the trigger and find out. I...
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    My wife tried carrying on a pedal wrench and it...

    My wife tried carrying on a pedal wrench and it was also confiscated. At least I was only out $10. Don't risk it.
  19. I've wondered about this. How late can/do people...

    I've wondered about this. How late can/do people ride in Central Park? If I went out at 9-10pm, are there generally other people riding?

    I would love to get a set a lights and ride just after...
  20. No, I'm actually not interested in tracking down...

    No, I'm actually not interested in tracking down all of the people who were injured in NYC yesterday.

    I am interested in this individual since my wife and I rode up on the accident seconds after...
  21. Bad Accident in Central Park (behind the Met) yesterday afternoon

    Wondering if anyone knew the guy that went down yesterday afternoon in Central Park. It was behind the Met and looked like he hit his head (no helmet) on the curb. He was bleeding pretty badly from...
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    We visited Portland two years ago (November) and...

    We visited Portland two years ago (November) and I was thinking the same thing... I could live here. It was relatively cold, but I was pleasantly surprised by the number of riders I saw and the...
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    Do you actually have those mounted on a Lemond? ...

    Do you actually have those mounted on a Lemond? If so, can I ask what year/model your frame is?
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    700 x 28 on newer Lemond... will it fit?

    Hey guys,
    I've been looking into getting new tires and am wondering if a 700 x 28 will fit on my 2006 Lemond Chambery. I'm currently running 23's, but am planning to go with 25's or 28's next (if...
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    That's a beautiful bike! I love the gold...

    That's a beautiful bike! I love the gold accents. Nice job.
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