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    I have some primaloft skiing gloves that i only...

    I have some primaloft skiing gloves that i only wear below -10c. Too warm otherwise. I also use hunting gloves from basspro, they have a waterproof liner i them. Superwarm but they dont breath so...
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    I've had no problem with using road wheels on my...

    I've had no problem with using road wheels on my cx bike riding my local mtb trails. Used open pro's in the past. Current set up is a23 rear wheel, front is a bontranger race x lite. Race x is a...
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    Axiom streamliner racks are designed to eliminate...

    Axiom streamliner racks are designed to eliminate heel strike. Mine works.
  4. If you cant afford winter spd boots, dont want to...

    If you cant afford winter spd boots, dont want to switch to platforms and wear vented shoes, options to keep you feet warm are limited.
    Toe clips or fixie straps on platforms would allow for warmer...
  5. Alot depends on the conditions of your commute....

    Alot depends on the conditions of your commute. Usually the roads in the GTA are salted so much that the roads are dry most of the winter. For those days I ride my cross bike with 32mm tires. When...
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    I always found that rain jackets cause me to...

    I always found that rain jackets cause me to overheat to much. Pit zips are a must, but I had a hard time findng some under$100.

    For commuting i use a rain cape. It works really great, keeps...
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    That J&G jacket looks great. Good price and pit...

    That J&G jacket looks great. Good price and pit zips for venting.
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    I use rain shoe booties. Great for keeping my...

    I use rain shoe booties. Great for keeping my feet dry and they help block the wind. I have neoprene ones i use with my cycling shoes when it is colder, wet out, and use the rain booties when it is...
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    I have the grand bois cerf blue Extra Léger model tire, the 26 mm ones. Love them. Unbelievable ride quality. Use them on my commuter and have had no issues with flats.
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    Wicked Fat Chance. I wish i still owned it.

    Wicked Fat Chance. I wish i still owned it.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    I run 42 mm cross tires with mini-vs and have...

    I run 42 mm cross tires with mini-vs and have room to spare.
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    All brakes have pros and cons to them. Cantis...

    All brakes have pros and cons to them.
    Cantis clear mud well for cx riding and can be set up wide enough that an untru rim will not rub. For actually stopping a bike quickly they suck. I have...
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    I have the grand bois cerf blue tires extra leger...

    I have the grand bois cerf blue tires extra leger tires. Light, very fast and smooth. These are the first tires where I really noticed a differnce in ride quality. Really nice tires, love these...
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    It looks exactly like the panasonic made grand...

    It looks exactly like the panasonic made grand bois tires i use. Wonder if panaracer just renamed them.
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    Go to MEC. Raceface ride is $27. Problem solved

    Go to MEC. Raceface ride is $27. Problem solved
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    Try here...

    Try here
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    Snowcats rims were build to take standard mtb...

    Snowcats rims were build to take standard mtb tires on a "regular" bike and run as low as 5 psi. Super wide profile and grip. So a 2.0-2.5 tire would easily fit. Some bikes might accomadate a...
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    You could try a snowcat rim, or similar stlye fat...

    You could try a snowcat rim, or similar stlye fat rim, you could go upto about a 3.5 mtb tire at a super low psi. Fatbike website has some info. Would be pricey though.
  21. Cheapest ones you can find. They all work great,...

    Cheapest ones you can find. They all work great, easy to clip into with the pedal covered in snow and the shoe/cleat packed with snow. I have 5 sets, 2 are the old plastic body ones that are about...
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    Sand=snow is silly. There is no road beneath the...

    Sand=snow is silly. There is no road beneath the sand so of course a skinny tire will harder to steer, and have poor traction. The tire has nothing solid underneath to provide stability. And skis,...
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    You could use thin styrofoam , the kind that meat...

    You could use thin styrofoam , the kind that meat is sold on from the grocery store and cut it out in the shape/size of your insole. Or buy some felt insoles from pretty much anywhere.
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    I like arm warmers. If it gets warmer i can take...

    I like arm warmers. If it gets warmer i can take them off without having to remove a layer from my core.
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    http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o148/pyze-guy/i...

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