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    It depends on the situation with me. If I'm on a...

    It depends on the situation with me. If I'm on a main road, yes, I will move over to the right and let traffic go. At other times, I will take the lane because it's safer, such as when I pass through...
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    1: If it's a tear away vest, then it's a simple...

    1: If it's a tear away vest, then it's a simple matter to take it apart and re-attach it around your backpack.

    I had a really small bungee cord that I attached to my helmet and then attached a...
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    Top 10 Reasons:

    To date a cyclist. :roflmao2:

    Top 10 reasons to date a cyclist I Love Bicycling
  4. :p :lol: Nope. Mine are black and grey.

    :p :lol: Nope. Mine are black and grey.
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    Mine was thought up by a friend. How FAR would I...

    Mine was thought up by a friend. How FAR would I GO, to get what I want? The answer to that is: As far as I have to. Sometimes a little TOO far.

    The display pic is of my favorite character from...
  6. Poll: In reality, it's situation dependent. In some...

    In reality, it's situation dependent. In some places, a separated lane/path is best, while in other situations, a lane is more than sufficient.
  7. :p :roflmao2::roflmao: You're no fun.......

    :p :roflmao2::roflmao:

    You're no fun.... *pouts*
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    How severe is the Autism? Depending on the...

    How severe is the Autism? Depending on the severity, will dictate what kind of bike she will be able to ride. If she's only mildly affected, then she should be able to learn how to ride a regular...
  9. When I lived in N. Vancouver, Canada, I used to...

    When I lived in N. Vancouver, Canada, I used to consider myself tough (Mom though I was nuts) for riding in the monsoon like rain in the wintertime. When I came back to Kamloops, I considered riding...
  10. This cyclist wears sweat pants. Comfy, can wear...

    This cyclist wears sweat pants. Comfy, can wear bike shorts underneath if desired. Can even go commando if desired. :innocent:
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    Happened to me several years ago. Exept I hat the...

    Happened to me several years ago. Exept I hat the toe strap thingies. Rolled up to a red light and unclipped my LEFT foot. I immediately proceeded to try to put my RIGHT foot down. Result: I fell...
  12. Could be a situation like this entrance ramp here...

    Could be a situation like this entrance ramp here (in my hometown):
    http://goo.gl/maps/gWsmj
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    Cycling Fatality In My Hometown...

    A cyclist has was killed when a driver turned left in front of him. The street is in a residential area.

    Kamloops This Week story:

    UPDATE: Much-loved Kamloops music teacher was victim in fatal...
  14. If I'm in the traffic lane, I go with what the...

    If I'm in the traffic lane, I go with what the traffic light. If I'm on the MUP near my home, I go with the walk/Don't walk lights, since the path crosses two streets with lights.
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    If the MUP is next to the street and there's no...

    If the MUP is next to the street and there's no signals specifically for bicycles, I push the button and go with the walk light.
  16. Thread: Booby Traps

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    Must be the season, or something.... Happened up...

    Must be the season, or something.... Happened up here in Canada too, minus the improvised firearm part:

    Mounties investigate after rope strung across trail - Nanaimo Region - Nanaimo Daily News
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    Former N. Vancouver resident here. I know the...

    Former N. Vancouver resident here.

    I know the thread is a little on the old side, but, if you're still looking I would strongly recommend N. Van over Tsawwassen. I was able to go virtually vehicle...
  18. Yes. I would stay behind the bus, in a position...

    Yes. I would stay behind the bus, in a position where you can be seen by both the driver of the bus in his/her left side mirror, as well as being visible to the driver who is turning left. As soon as...
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    A stoned driver is just as dangerous to a cyclist...

    A stoned driver is just as dangerous to a cyclist as an impaired driver.

    Given the fact that I live in the Province of British Columbia, my answer to the OP's question, is yes. It's not super...
  20. Yes. 1: It would help keep my pant leg clean....

    Yes.

    1: It would help keep my pant leg clean. 2: It would really help keep the snow out of my rear gears.
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    Not much difference between the two, really. I'm...

    Not much difference between the two, really. I'm guessing that you already have a frame hitch receiver on your vehicle. If you do buy the one from your friend, make sure it fits into the receiver, as...
  22. First, do your research. MOST IMPORTANTLY study...

    First, do your research. MOST IMPORTANTLY study up on how to properly size your bike. New bikes are nice, but odds are, only one of you will be able to get a bike. Your best bet, would be a second...
  23. Thread: Camo

    by Fargo Wolf
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    LOL!!! Maybe. The first day I rode to work, it...

    LOL!!! Maybe. The first day I rode to work, it was just down to the main road and then turn right. The Utilities Dept. was doing a tie in into the water main for a small development. The next day was...
  24. 10' is a good width. Normally, packed stone dust...

    10' is a good width. Normally, packed stone dust (need clarification as to what that is, but would hazard a guess that it's fine gravel about 3/4" in size). The problem I see is with the ...
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    I live in a dry climate, so I don't need to worry...

    I live in a dry climate, so I don't need to worry about cleaning the bike. I just make sure the chain is clean and lubed. Even in the winter, my fenders help keep the bike fairly clean. I actually...
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