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    My wife and I have 2012 Trails and I got her this...

    My wife and I have 2012 Trails and I got her this TerraTrike rack on the recommendation of our dealer (Fairfield Cyclery), and it works fine.
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    Their weight also tends to make them slower than...

    Their weight also tends to make them slower than other brands/models.
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    Do those colors keep you awake at night? ;)

    Do those colors keep you awake at night?

    ;)
  4. I have Zeros so I just use the basic model. I...

    I have Zeros so I just use the basic model. I haven't had a problem with them wearing out so far, so I don't see the need (for me) for the longer-lasting model.

    Yes, they stay on, by intent. They...
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    Not to mention a pillow with an embroidered pair...

    Not to mention a pillow with an embroidered pair of Koss Pro4-AAs (though the red color is a little odd). Only fitting, as Koss is a WI company.
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    I have some old cycling friends (a married...

    I have some old cycling friends (a married couple) who spend at least a week riding around Door County each year.
  7. Have you looked into Keep-On-Kovers...

    Have you looked into Keep-On-Kovers for the Speedplays? I've been real happy with them.
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    Make sure you stop for ice cream at Young's...

    Make sure you stop for ice cream at Young's Jersey Dairy in Xenia.
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    Where you were wasn't safe, and was hardly...

    Where you were wasn't safe, and was hardly practical. Taking the lane forces a full lane-switch by drivers, something that driver probably would have thought twice about. Hugging the line invites...
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    You can't see how the cage is secured in the...

    You can't see how the cage is secured in the picture. It could just as easily be straps.
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    I don't have a recommendation to make, but...

    I don't have a recommendation to make, but thought someone should point out that if you go the Wally World route, check your LBSs first to see if they'll even work on a BSO (Bicycle Shaped Object)....
  12. Thread: Bianchi Gitane

    by CraigB
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    I wasn't aware anyone was using the Gitane name...

    I wasn't aware anyone was using the Gitane name any more. Guess I was wrong. I wonder when they hooked up with Bianchi and under what circumstances. My first race bike was a brand new '84 Tour de...
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    The race sequences are the only things worth...

    The race sequences are the only things worth watching in AF unless you enjoy cringing.
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    I still think you're making this way too...

    I still think you're making this way too complicated. Once you know what at 65+ cadence feels like (or whatever cadence you want to use), which only requires a watch with a second hand as MRT2 says,...
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    That's an interesting and unique way of looking...

    That's an interesting and unique way of looking at it, but I don't think it's very useful. There's nothing that says you have to use any particular gear on your bike. The gears are there to serve...
  16. Crossing the line in third in a citizens' class...

    Crossing the line in third in a citizens' class crit in Galesburg, IL, ca. 1985. The first and second place finishers had already showered and changed. It was the best placing I ever had.

    The bike...
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    Closest I came to the trades was as a project...

    Closest I came to the trades was as a project manager for a custom home builder, which I did when all the architecture jobs disappeared in '08, just before my 54th birthday. Did that, and absolutely...
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    I had no idea Cinelli had anything close to that...

    I had no idea Cinelli had anything close to that price point. I'm surprised. They were best known in the US from way back as the preferred manufacturer of bars and quill stems, and you would only...
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    Not to get overly indelicate, but are you sitting...

    Not to get overly indelicate, but are you sitting on your, um, equipment when you ride? No saddle will fix that. One of the benefits of relatively tight bike shorts is the ability to hold everything...
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    $100 for a new cassette, new chain and F/R...

    $100 for a new cassette, new chain and F/R derailleur adjustment is a bargain.
  21. I always tell friends who are new to cycling that...

    I always tell friends who are new to cycling that the only thing worse than the first day on a saddle is the second.
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    I've had great experiences with them, as well.

    I've had great experiences with them, as well.
  23. Thread: Roll Your Own

    by CraigB
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    I have to agree. I had great fun building mine,...

    I have to agree. I had great fun building mine, and even more riding them. 23mm-wide HED Belgiums, 32h, Shimano Ultegra hubs, DT Comp DB spokes.
    ...
  24. Poll: More than occasionally, but less than every ride.

    More than occasionally, but less than every ride.
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    Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery....

    Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery. Man, what an ordeal.
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