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  1. Here is version 2.0: ...

    Here is version 2.0:

    http://i1266.photobucket.com/albums/jj532/lyrictenor1/Mobile%20Uploads/20150127_164850_zpsol9hfnzc.jpg
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  2. I heard that production of tire tails were...

    I heard that production of tire tails were ceased. I was looking for one for my NC when I could still afford to do track days.

    We weren't saying that carrying a road bike would be a problem;...
  3. Exactly regarding handling. I can easily tell the...

    Exactly regarding handling. I can easily tell the difference in balance between a full/half/almost-empty tank of gas, and I'd rather not carry the weight of a hitch when I don't need to take a bike...
  4. Okay, thanks all! Good to know that! Guess I may...

    Okay, thanks all! Good to know that! Guess I may not need to come up with an alternative mounting solution until Seasucker releases this (which I hope won't be too pricey) :

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  5. Btw, I should add that the Miata forum member...

    Btw, I should add that the Miata forum member that has done this has carried his bike this way for a year without any problems, although he has a alloy mountain bike (as opposed my CF road bike).
  6. New bike mount solution for my car: Will there be excessive lateral force on my fork?

    After dealing with a trunk rack (Saris Bones 2) and not being able to access the trunk without removing the rack (believe me, I'll take whatever storage space I can get with my car), I made a DIY...
  7. You'll probably get better responses in the...

    You'll probably get better responses in the Southern California regional forum.
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    Poll: Musician (and when I'm employed at a school [not...

    Musician (and when I'm employed at a school [not at the moment], a music educator)
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    The AAS has air enter in the front between the...

    The AAS has air enter in the front between the top of the head and the helmet (the helmet is somewhat suspended a couple of mm above the scalp) and is vented out the back, so it does vent air pretty...
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    The other.

    The other.
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    I dunno. I'm definitely working as hard or harder...

    I dunno. I'm definitely working as hard or harder than I would ride outside. If you're familiar with Sufferfest's "Revolver," I can barely get my HR close to max on the intervals (max HR of 180), and...
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    This.

    This.
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    Oops, just saw your post. Perhaps it's the lower...

    Oops, just saw your post. Perhaps it's the lower level of arousal,as you say. Do some people set different HR zones for training inside if they have this issue?
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    Strange though that it's that big of discrepancy...

    Strange though that it's that big of discrepancy with HR, especially with the greater discrepancy being when I'm on the rollers compared to outside. Perhaps I'm just more stimulated outside and...
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    Yup. Riding on flats vs climbing are two...

    Yup. Riding on flats vs climbing are two completely different things.
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    Definitely give a 28 a shot. No shame in putting...

    Definitely give a 28 a shot. No shame in putting in the lowest gear and spinning right up the climb; you'll give your cardiovascular system a good work out. Hit the hills regularly, and you'll find...
  17. The top tube bag or bento box will be most...

    The top tube bag or bento box will be most trouble-free option, I think. It can also look relatively clean if done well.
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    Hmm. Pretty much every day, I hop on the trainer...

    Hmm. Pretty much every day, I hop on the trainer or the rollers for at 20 mins before breakfast, and before going outside to ride for the day. I'll typically do 1 or 2 indoor sessions between 1-2...
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    Raiding the front wheel for me helps...

    Raiding the front wheel for me helps significantly when training for climbing, as I tend to scoot back in the saddle quite a bit and use my hamstrings a lot for climbing. Perhaps if you're biased in...
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    Heart Rate Lower Indoors than Outdoors

    For the same RPE indoors compared to outdoors, my heart rate seems to be 15-20 bpm lower indoors. I could be maxxed out on my trainer, but top out at 162 bpm on the trainer, whereas I'd be at 180...
  21. I tried that, but the frame that holds the pads...

    I tried that, but the frame that holds the pads (which are covered in some sort of velour) seem to odorize rather quickly, and it's a pain to get the odor out of those. You're right, though, cooling...
  22. Thanks. While on principle this is more...

    Thanks. While on principle this is more objectionable (shipping is about 100% of item cost), $11 and change seems reasonable for this item. (I'm a broke musician; what do you expect?! LOL)
  23. Yeah, it was quite the deal. I otherwise wouldn't...

    Yeah, it was quite the deal. I otherwise wouldn't have shelled out MSRP for it. For the summer time, you got a pretty good deal, too.
  24. Got it for $100 on sale, and I've had it about 6...

    Got it for $100 on sale, and I've had it about 6 months, so that's twice a year at this rate.
  25. Thought it was a legitimate question; I don't...

    Thought it was a legitimate question; I don't know how much I expected to save, hence the question. Almost sorry I asked. I'll just wait until I have more things to order from Jenson USA (thanks,...
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