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    I usually skip a tire lever and carry one of...

    I usually skip a tire lever and carry one of these, PDW 3wrencho:

    https://www.ridepdw.com/sites/default/files/styles/product_photo_slideshow/public/product-images/201_3wrencho_coated.jpg
    Or I'd...
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    Tempest in teapot? For sure. All of it. Including...

    Tempest in teapot? For sure. All of it. Including this thread. But if OP wants to get technical about the law-breaking involved here, needs to look in a mirror...
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    We have two of these in the shop right now for...

    We have two of these in the shop right now for service. Interesting bikes, but nowhere near as small a fold (they merely collapse and form a folded package not much smaller than a Strida, i.e....
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    Not me. I think you have a hypocrite complex: you...

    Not me. I think you have a hypocrite complex: you seem to have had an issue with a bicycle scofflaw, and then decided that law/rules-breaking is OK when you do it.
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    Bicycling Colo Springs...

    Bicycling Colo Springs

    Sounds like David Merrill was breaking the law regarding his inordinate attention to and pursuit of some bicycle scofflaw...
  6. Do you ever adjust your shifting on the fly,...

    Do you ever adjust your shifting on the fly, while riding the bike? No? Then you can at least drop the rear derailleur housing barrel adjuster. You will still want to maintain a barrel adjuster for...
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    Day = made. Thank you.

    Day = made. Thank you.
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    And this much less popular site for reporting...

    And this much less popular site for reporting drivers is more useful than CL Rants & Raves, how...?
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWE9kbecx5w ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWE9kbecx5w


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg-ivWxy5KE
  10. Maybe not. But their worldview significantly...

    Maybe not. But their worldview significantly changes once they go from being at the whim of arbitrary decisions made by legislators, to arbitrary decision makers as legislators...
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    Fail: distracted driving.

    Fail: distracted driving.
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    David: Are motorized vehicles allowed on the path...

    David: Are motorized vehicles allowed on the path down which you pursued the offending cyclist...?
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    Sticky: If you go back to what I actually said and...

    If you go back to what I actually said and compare it with what you said I said, you may see some very stark differences. Like: where did I ever claim that safety classes are effective for those who...
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    The thing with cars and status is that it's a...

    The thing with cars and status is that it's a never-ending cycle. You can't just have a car, you have to have a new car. If you're driving an old beater, you will receive the same treatment as those...
  15. ...said me never, anywhere.

    ...said me never, anywhere.
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    Sticky: What you say people say and what they actually...

    What you say people say and what they actually said are very different in most posts where you reply to something someone else posted. This is no different.
  17. Thread: Bikes we like

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    I know. This is mere facetious spillover from the...

    I know. This is mere facetious spillover from the Curl/Brompton noise going on elsewhere around here...
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    All Trek roadbikes come in with 3 10mm spacers...

    All Trek roadbikes come in with 3 10mm spacers below the stem, one 5mm spacer above the stem on carbon steerer models. We set them (3 10mm spacers) up under the stem, the thin spacer above the stem,...
  19. I'm using same derailleur, same cass range...

    I'm using same derailleur, same cass range (although a SRAM cass...), no issues with the 11 to 12 shift.

    With your situation, I'd try messing with the outside limit screw and cable tension...
  20. My dedicated commuter has a dyno-hub and I run...

    My dedicated commuter has a dyno-hub and I run the lights all the time, but they don't blink -- they're of German manufacture...

    My other bike is a folder and while I have lights which clip on --...
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    Sticky: Not that your response has anything to do with my...

    Not that your response has anything to do with my reply, but to clarify:

    I believe that a new rider who takes a safety class will ride safer than a new rider who merely purchases and uses a...
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    For a cheap DIY dishing tool, I use two wood...

    For a cheap DIY dishing tool, I use two wood blocks to support the rim and a screw coming up through the bottom of my workbench. Set wheel on blocks at rim, adjust screw height to OLD on one side,...
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    Sticky: Since you rarely do, either, I wonder why you...

    Since you rarely do, either, I wonder why you question this...
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    Sticky: I've stated more than once that if a helmet does...

    I've stated more than once that if a helmet does nothing else except mitigate "minor" injuries, for me, that's enough reason alone to wear one. There are plenty of people here who wear a helmet for...
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