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    +1 on this. Always try to leave yourself an out....

    +1 on this. Always try to leave yourself an out. I.E. If oncoming driver A makes a left in front of you, know ahead of time what your response would be...besides flipping the birdie.:)
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    Never mind. When I went to place a 'dummy order',...

    Never mind. When I went to place a 'dummy order', I was redirected to Amazon which didn't have stock. Oh well. Back to Amazon.de or Amazon.fr for this frame.
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    Dealings with BikeAccessories

    Has anyone dealt with http://www.raioni.com Any idea where they're located? It looks like they started in 2014. They have a bare bones website and bare bones inventory(Odd selection of parts also)....
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    They shouldn't wear out as fast as SRAM's do. I...

    They shouldn't wear out as fast as SRAM's do. I shouldn't have to take my bottom bracket apart every month or two and regrease it. Will going with higher quality bearings take care of the longevity...
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    SRAM GXP BSA BB suggestions?

    Just a little over a year ago I used SRAM Blackbox version and now I already have to replace it(one item I didn't check reviews on). I just assumed being SRAM and the exorbitant price, even being...
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    Well... It is Wal-Mart.:lol:

    Well... It is Wal-Mart.:lol:
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    I have the full size Ibera Commuter Rack on my...

    I have the full size Ibera Commuter Rack on my road bike. Works very well. I can fit a pair of shoes, socks, shirt, and shorts in the Commuter Trunk Bag(Which won't fit on the Mini-Commuter Rack). ...
  8. They're from Problem Solvers. Brake Stud Light...

    They're from Problem Solvers. Brake Stud Light Mount.
    http://problemsolversbike.com/files/tech/Brake_Light_Mount_Inst.pdf

    Would've been nice if they were a little longer so the lights would be...
  9. Yes they are. Very happy with them. Have about...

    Yes they are. Very happy with them. Have about 1200 miles on the set shown above. Maybe 500 miles left on them, but they're about ready to give up the ghost. Sure don't want to change a flat in...
  10. My First "Real" Commuter Bike(Work in Process)

    Well, I just ordered the final pieces for my new commuter bike today. I'm building up a Soma Double Cross. The centerpiece of my build is this:...
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    +1: With the proper setup, you're much more...

    +1: With the proper setup, you're much more noticeable at night. This is my 3rd winter commuting at night. 1st winter was a joke(as far as being seen). I had one Niterider Minewt 600 on front, a...
  12. I assumed everybody was a mind reader! Read what...

    I assumed everybody was a mind reader! Read what I'm thinking. Not what I type.http://www.bikeforums.net/images/smilies/lol.gif/bmi_orig_img/lol.gif
    Anyways, it lasted 10 minutes before dropping...
  13. Did anybody ever figure out where this rumor...

    Did anybody ever figure out where this rumor started. I know it was seen on CandlePowerForums.

    Dear business partner, dear customer,

    On March 31, 2014, Philips will permanently discontinue its...
  14. I did a 30 mile ride this morning at 25 degrees F...

    I did a 30 mile ride this morning at 25 degrees F with my new Gen2 and stock batteries cycled 3 times(charge/discharge that is). They only lasted about 10 minutes. I know: surprise, surprise! ...
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    Sticky: Gotta mention my favorite: NiteRider Solas. ...

    Gotta mention my favorite: NiteRider Solas. Will do what the L&M Vis 180 does, only better IMHO!

    Don't skimp on a tail light. At the very least, PDW Dangerzone is the most bang for the buck. ...
  16. No, not annoying. I'm sure I'll go that route in...

    No, not annoying. I'm sure I'll go that route in a couple of years. Just not now. Actually, the Saferide will be used as supplemental lighting on the way home from work during rush hour, or when...
  17. Ordered it early this morning from Amazon.de, I...

    Ordered it early this morning from Amazon.de, I just checked and it will arrive Monday. Pretty impressive, but shipping was $20(+import duties) of the $90.53 total. But, like you said, it's pretty...
  18. I have the Amazon UK webpage saved for the Gen 2....

    I have the Amazon UK webpage saved for the Gen 2. Price is 86 pounds. Thanks for the German link. Saved me quite a bit of money. Ordering now.
  19. +1 for the eneloops. I've been using the AAA's...

    +1 for the eneloops. I've been using the AAA's for a couple years now on my tail lights, including winter, and haven't noticed that much of a difference between temperatures as far as the frequency...
  20. When I had the Gen 1 for a few days, one thing I...

    When I had the Gen 1 for a few days, one thing I did was haul my bike with my car to similar lighting conditions that I have on part of my commute. I parked my bike with all lights on about 200 feet...
  21. True, but it will still be more noticeable than...

    True, but it will still be more noticeable than my current light setup, which will still be used(I know, overkill). Studies show that 2 separate moving beams of light are more noticeable than one. I...
  22. Philips Saferide LED Bicycle Light 80 Lux Generation 2 battery life

    I'm thinking seriously about getting one of these. But I need the batteries to last 45 minutes minimum(high setting) at around 15 to 20 deg. F for the ride home(Ni-MH rated at 32 to 95 degrees F). ...
  23. In my opinion, that's just as annoying as the...

    In my opinion, that's just as annoying as the driver who honks and/or yells something out of the window when they have nothing impeding them to pass me at full speed.
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    Does the light source have to be perpendicular to...

    Does the light source have to be perpendicular to the tire, or will they light up well at a 45 degree angle?

    That got me thinking about the GP4000s II that was suppose to be available in Reflex on...
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    Lighting Help for Night Side Visibility

    I just upgraded my lighting to have 45 degree visibility on the rear triangle on my road bike, but I'm looking at options to do the same for the front. I wear a neon green vest or jacket so that...
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