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  1. Thread: Jerseys?

    by CptjohnC
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    If you don't care what graphics they have, just...

    If you don't care what graphics they have, just that they have graphics, you can try Cycling Apparel: Jerseys, Shorts, Bibs, & Accessories USA Made by Voler and look at their Outlet section....
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    So many others have said it, but I will throw my...

    So many others have said it, but I will throw my 2 cents in: I disagree with the premise.

    I think there could be a way of going camping that would be 'playing poor' -- if I went and set up my Taj...
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    By my most direct route, I am a hair under your...

    By my most direct route, I am a hair under your 40 mile limit, RT, but my preferred route is a little over 40. It takes me a hair under 90 minutes to ride to work, and five or more extra minutes to...
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    technically, this was from a trip to the post...

    technically, this was from a trip to the post office, not a commute, but I'd look about the same either way.

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    I'm the lowest of the low; I am a lawyer for a...

    I'm the lowest of the low; I am a lawyer for a federal agency in Washington DC.
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    Home to work is about 19 miles by my usual,...

    Home to work is about 19 miles by my usual, relatively direct morning route. My most frequent alternative brings that up to 21 miles. The reverse trip is generally slightly (.5 miles?) longer, due to...
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    FWIW I've used my Road Morph on MTB tires and it...

    FWIW I've used my Road Morph on MTB tires and it works well enough. I'm sure the Mt. Morph is faster, but if I had multiple bikes, I'd err on the side of the Road version. It is good enough that I...
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    I've been commuting regularly (but not every day)...

    I've been commuting regularly (but not every day) since 2010, and I've made contact with vehicles on 3 occasions, all within the past year (yes, I changed routes - why do you ask?).

    1 was...
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    Caveat: I have NOT tried riding in these, but I...

    Caveat: I have NOT tried riding in these, but I noticed some inexpensive golf pants at my local Costco for $20 which looked like 'business casual' khakis (in a variety of solid colors), but felt...
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    I don't know your neighborhood, but I've been...

    I don't know your neighborhood, but I've been leaving a trunk rack on my car most of the time for years and it's never been stolen. I think about it sometimes, but so far, so good. This includes...
  11. Thread: Bike bell

    by CptjohnC
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    Thanks. I presume it is only useful for flat bar...

    Thanks. I presume it is only useful for flat bar bikes, as I can't quite envision mounting it on my drops. And I'll be honest: I'm not sure I've ever used twist grip shifters - I'd guess you're right...
  12. Thread: Bike bell

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    I have multiple bikes, and I will spend hundreds...

    I have multiple bikes, and I will spend hundreds of dollars on the right equipment, but that doesn't mean I'll throw away money on something that does not fulfill a basic need or solve a problem. My...
  13. I use a super cheap "Action Shot" from Jakks...

    I use a super cheap "Action Shot" from Jakks Pacific, mounted on the bars. If I had the cash, I'd probably go with a GoPro Hero; the image quality I've seen from Go Pro is worlds ahead of what I see...
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    I share your experience, somewhat, though I don't...

    I share your experience, somewhat, though I don't think I totally match your sense. It is worth noting that the hill profile is such that I do a lot more climbing on the ride home. I too ride MWF...
  15. By the rules I use, no pass, so you couldn't...

    By the rules I use, no pass, so you couldn't count him as 'slayed'. I don't count passes made at lights or other crossings, or passes that are inherently unsafe. I make an exception for...
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    Yeah - that's kind of a tough intersection. Not...

    Yeah - that's kind of a tough intersection. Not a lot of space, and lots of folks. It took me a while to get the idea of hanging back a little to leave the crossing clear for folks coming out of...
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    You're just trying to get me to kill the rest of...

    You're just trying to get me to kill the rest of the afternoon, aren't you? where on the MUP do you face your problem? I ride parts of the W&OD, the Custis and the Mt. Vernon, and I can't think of...
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    I am fully aware that trackstanding takes skill,...

    I am fully aware that trackstanding takes skill, and it is a skill I possess in small amounts -- that is to say, I can hold a steady stand for a few seconds. If you're good at it, then more power to...
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    I see this as far more of an indictment of...

    I see this as far more of an indictment of gratuitous trackstanding, than an commentary on the merits of clipless versus platforms. I've never understood why people won't just learn to put a foot...
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    Poll: During the summer months, on my primary commuter,...

    During the summer months, on my primary commuter, I roll with one light, mounted on an accessory bar (which is, itself, connected to the handlebars).

    During the winter months, when lights are for...
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    I love Lezyne pumps from a design/aesthetic...

    I love Lezyne pumps from a design/aesthetic standpoint, and they are certainly very well made. That said, I have never been let down by my Topeak Road Morph G.
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    there have been few actual studies of lane...

    there have been few actual studies of lane splitting for motorcycles, but to my knowledge, those that exist support that, when done correctly, it is safer than sitting in the traffic (cars change...
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    I loved this! I've got a similarly urban...

    I loved this! I've got a similarly urban commute, and I love the fact that I can get from my office out of the city way faster than a car. I've never counted to see how many I pass, but I doubt I'd...
  24. Although I will ride in rain, I prefer not to,...

    Although I will ride in rain, I prefer not to, and I have plenty of alternatives available to me (employer subsidized public transit, telecommute option, or -Gasp- the car). Like someone above, I...
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    Because locks are heavy, and the place I park...

    Because locks are heavy, and the place I park most often is the place I (usually) want my heaviest, most secure lock. I always carry a lesser (lighter) one for short/unplanned stops, but given that...
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