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    I use rubber bands made from old tubes. Use tape...

    I use rubber bands made from old tubes. Use tape and tube material to build a "holder" on the bar - then just "strap on" the light.....
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    I wonder if anything else needs lubrication?

    I wonder if anything else needs lubrication?
  3. any one try deal x el cheapo 3 x xm l??

    What about all these deal x knock offs?

    The two factors that interest me are how the beam pattern looks with the three-way reflector - and of course whether or not the thing actually works for a...
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    I'm using a 200AA as a helmet light and daytime...

    I'm using a 200AA as a helmet light and daytime blinky. I've got a number of battery packs - including a six cell AA pack that has not "blown it up" yet...... (use only NiMh) ....
  5. If you don't pay for for a perfect fit - it must...

    If you don't pay for for a perfect fit - it must be worth less......

    I wonder what the OP has to say now?

    I've always believed that a bicycle fit for a given type of ride can't possibly be good...
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    Looks good! - now you can ride at night and never...

    Looks good! - now you can ride at night and never worry about being seen. You got it made!
  7. I just love a good discussion - and this thread...

    I just love a good discussion - and this thread is priceless - ugh - I mean this thread is of "great intellectual value" - to Richard Cranium........

    What I would like know - and please -...
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    The kinds of questions you ask will have answers...

    The kinds of questions you ask will have answers based on the personal experience of each given reader.

    Only you know what "kind" of cyclist you are - and only you know how care "full" or...
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    Although most people do not believe it - aerobic...

    Although most people do not believe it - aerobic endurance exercise is something that seems to develop over many years.

    I can remember how completely exhausted I was after riding 50 miles as a...
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    Most of the posts have usable information. But my...

    Most of the posts have usable information. But my original comments are central to anyone starting out in night riding.

    1 - plenty of good lights - but none of them do you any good in they are ...
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    There are plenty of excellent products. The "real...

    There are plenty of excellent products. The "real issues" have to do with whether you want to protect your self with some sort "side marker" lighting. In urban environments - where you have to...
  12. Thread: Lsd.

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    So are we arguing about the original post's...

    So are we arguing about the original post's content? If the original post is about 1000 miles in a month - without any reference to the average speed or time spent - then there is no basis for...
  13. Hey thanks - I need to take a better look - I am...

    Hey thanks - I need to take a better look - I am betting the clamp could be damaged. I'm also wondering if the binder bolt could fatigue as well.

    Thanks again.
  14. Seat binder problem - old Trek carbon "postal" bike

    I was changing posts on an old Trek carbon - "US postal addition" circa 2002-2003"

    Is the correct post size 27.2? There is a gap in the rear part of the seat tube even as the binder becomes fully...
  15. Thread: Lsd.

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    Forget actually defining "lsd" - what it really...

    Forget actually defining "lsd" - what it really means is - "take a trip." Keep moving - use it of lose it..........

    Part of the reason these training "acronyms" take off is that they usually do...
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    There are so many things - so many "different...

    There are so many things - so many "different ways of thinking" about this challenge - that the most important advice will be the turns on the "light-bulb" in you head.

    Ok - you say your...
  17. I like the idea. Most of my posts are hedged in...

    I like the idea. Most of my posts are hedged in some generalization.

    I'm often at least "half-right" and often that is more "right" than many others.......
  18. That's a good point. However, defining "real" MHR...

    That's a good point. However, defining "real" MHR it is a matter of semantics.

    If you give your statement additional thought - you should realize the MHR varies by activity as well as the...
  19. Yes - accept for the fact that the chart is being...

    Yes - accept for the fact that the chart is being given back to the person performing "the effort." I would imagine that the cyclist should have some memory or memories of perceived exertion along...
  20. Thanks - i knew I was misusing the term - but...

    Thanks - i knew I was misusing the term - but didn't want to type out "6 mile" or "12 mile" averages

    What are the correct names for "all" of the data series?
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    Good for you. And yes "diet" as well as "fat" and...

    Good for you. And yes "diet" as well as "fat" and dozens of other words and definitions get mangled in discussions about nutrition.

    It sounds like you've found a great approach to eating healthier...
  22. I think power lines do cause problems. But so do...

    I think power lines do cause problems. But so do nonsensical answers.

    In general the "220-age" formula gives you a number that many non-trained people fall near. People often misreport or...
  23. Oh yeah - I think the chart shows the cyclist is...

    Oh yeah - I think the chart shows the cyclist is pretty good at picking a sustainable pace for a flat 24 miles course. I think that the average speed data series (in pink) shows that the cyclist did...
  24. Yeah - the TT course was flat - someone could not...

    Yeah - the TT course was flat - someone could not bother to read the temp and wind stat - so I guess i have to use a bigger font.

    I know there are different ways to display metrics - withe a power...
  25. Rate this type of info as a trainingf tool - changes?

    How many of you know what this chart means? Is this chart as helpful as other types of apps? How do these stats look for an 60-year-old cyclist?
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