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  1. It should probably also be mentioned that as a...

    It should probably also be mentioned that as a cyclist while driving a motor vehicle, sometimes I will pace behind another cyclist just to check out their bike. :p
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    I've had good luck with the Specialized E-cage. ...

    I've had good luck with the Specialized E-cage. They're cheap, sturdy, holds bottles with no fuss. In the almost 15 years on my current road bike, I've never had a bottle ejection even when riding...
  3. When I'm driving and come upon a cyclist, I will...

    When I'm driving and come upon a cyclist, I will hang back for a bit to not only to give the cyclist time to register my position but also to judge/pre-judge the actions of the cyclist. Also...
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    Sticky: That's a tall/long head tube... love the lugs. ...

    That's a tall/long head tube... love the lugs. And although I'm not normally a big fan of pastel blue, it seems to work in this case.
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    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8591/16524862660_75...

    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8591/16524862660_75822993d3_z.jpg
    https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8745/16642919959_3042e36aa7_z.jpg
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    I've always been pretty happy with the reasonably...

    I've always been pretty happy with the reasonably priced Specialized E-cages. They're not carbon but I think the traditional metal design looks good on my carbon frame.
  7. Thread: Garmin Edge 1000

    by khuon
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    I've found the following feature to be of quite...

    I've found the following feature to be of quite some value on my rides...

    Where To? -> Search Tools -> POI Categories -> Others -> Other = Toilets
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    I'll second that statement. I held onto my old...

    I'll second that statement. I held onto my old 7700 group until just recently when it became apparent to me that 6800 and 9000 had proven themselves and had enough advancements to offer to make it...
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    ... or you know... once a decade or so in this...

    ... or you know... once a decade or so in this case. :p

    Nice to see some of the original contributors still active. :thumb:
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    According to Mavic: Ksyrium SSC ...

    According to Mavic:

    Ksyrium SSC has existed in FTS and FTS-L. You can refer on the sticker of the hub to know which wheel is in your hands. If there ...
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    If your hub is 2001 or later and says FTS-L (not...

    If your hub is 2001 or later and says FTS-L (not just FTS) then you are good to go. Just install the proper shell and cassette without any spacers. I just upgraded my 2001 Ksyrium SSC rear wheel...
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    To the OP, The key take-away here is that if...

    To the OP,

    The key take-away here is that if this is your first bike then you should go to a bike shop. Any bike no matter what price or how good it is perceived to be won't get ridden if you...
  13. On that note, there is also an update for the...

    On that note, there is also an update for the Edge 1000 to an official GA of 2.80. The update process went better for me this time than with the last update to 2.70 which wiped out all my custom...
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    You seem to be looking at the 300 pricepoint. I also agree that saving up a little more and looking at the 500-600 is good advice. But if you're really on a budget, I've heard/read good things...
  15. Go towards the extreme... World Naked Bike...

    Go towards the extreme...

    World Naked Bike Ride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Just say'in...
  16. Hmmm... interesting. I didn't see my 1000 log...

    Hmmm... interesting. I didn't see my 1000 log anything but then again I'm on an Android phone. Did you happen to be wearing your Fitbit during your ride. I normally don't ride with my Fitbit.
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    ... waiting for the ferry from Anacortes, WA to...

    ... waiting for the ferry from Anacortes, WA to Lopez Island.

    http://www.neebu.net/~khuon/albums/20050624-lopez_island/pict0006.jpg


    Point No-Point, Kitsap Penninsula
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  18. Thread: Hot r Not

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    It looks a bit odd mainly because the frame is...

    It looks a bit odd mainly because the frame is small. It's a 48cm.
  19. Thread: Hot r Not

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    2001 Aegis Aro Svelte

    I recently upgraded my 2001 Aegis Aro Svelte that had a 9-speed Dura-Ace/FSA blend to 11-speed Di2 Dura-Ace/Ultegra/FSA blend. I sprung for old-man's gears (34/50, 11-32) this time around instead of...
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    Sticky: I can't believe I was post 7...

    I can't believe I was post 7 in this thread that started almost a dozen years ago...

    Anyways, my bike just got an upgrade to Di2 and picked it up from the shop earlier this evening... so I felt I...
  21. People are going to need to run pretty narrow...

    People are going to need to run pretty narrow q-factour crank/bb combos to make riding with those things bearable.
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    Many of my group rides include some amount of...

    Many of my group rides include some amount of gravel sections. I'm riding them on my CF bike with 23mm Conti GP4000 tyres on 1st generation Mavic Ksyriums and they've been holding up fine. Most...
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    You can never have enough stands. I also have...

    You can never have enough stands. I also have two. The one I built while solid and great in the garage isn't very portable so a few years ago, I bought something I could pack up easily. But I'm...
  24. I'm using a Garmin Edge 1000. It's a bit pricey...

    I'm using a Garmin Edge 1000. It's a bit pricey and somewhat large but it ticks all the other boxes you're listing.
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    To be honest, I just eyeballed it with 45 deg...

    To be honest, I just eyeballed it with 45 deg v-cuts to nominally fit a 27.2mm seatpost since that was my clamping target. Just make sure not to go too big otherwise you won't be able to apply any...
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