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    +1 on Curtis, the quality and design of the kit,...

    +1 on Curtis, the quality and design of the kit, and the amount of effort and self-sacrifice that I know Curtis must put forth. I've ordered kit from him on three occasions - twice in the 50+ forum,...
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    I wore mine this morning. As I was putting it...

    I wore mine this morning. As I was putting it on, I was thinking it had been a while since they were offered up for sale. Not sure I need another one (I have two), but I'd like to see them offered...
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    Meh. I've seen prettier "bespoke" bikes. To me,...

    Meh. I've seen prettier "bespoke" bikes. To me, if you're going to go with steel, you absolutely need to go with either lugs, or smooth fillets. I couldn't get a good look at the joints, but it...
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    Damn! That was a great story. Kudos to all...

    Damn! That was a great story. Kudos to all involved for healthy, life-affirming attitudes. Thanks for posting this.
  5. Poll: I have Record EPS on my road bike; I love it. My...

    I have Record EPS on my road bike; I love it. My next bike will probably be a winter commuter and it may or may not have electronic shifting depending purely on budgetary issues, i.e., if I can...
  6. Congratulations on what seemed to be a nice,...

    Congratulations on what seemed to be a nice, friendly, social race (polite greetings when passing/being passed :eek:, chatting a bit with attractive women:innocent:). And especially, well done to...
  7. Beat me to it. +1 on the Hirame head. I won't...

    Beat me to it.

    +1 on the Hirame head. I won't be going back to anything else any time soon.
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    Probably millions of people like that . . . but...

    Probably millions of people like that . . . but they don't read this forum.

    OP - I've got two helmets, one Rudy Project that I use for primarily winter commuting. I sized up on that one so I...
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    Poll: Three 16 gram non-threaded (one reversed in a GI...

    Three 16 gram non-threaded (one reversed in a GI Proflate and two in my seat bag) plus a mini pump.
  10. This thread makes me happy. Well done (to you...

    This thread makes me happy. Well done (to you and your library/city) for having the vision to get this project "rolling".
  11. On my late-2013 Vapor + (with A-Tops), it's one...

    On my late-2013 Vapor + (with A-Tops), it's one way to tighten, one way to loosen. No pulling up. I have no idea what the current Bonts use.
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    Nice looking jersey. I may have to check out to...

    Nice looking jersey. I may have to check out to see if they make a men's version.

    FWIW - I like (and use) the thumb holes in my merino wool base layer. I don't notice them, and haven't had a...
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    It counts. Very nice gesture. A couple of years...

    It counts. Very nice gesture. A couple of years ago, somebody put a couple of those along the 40-mile MUP along the river. I think it was part of an Eagle Scout project.
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    Sorry to hear this. RIP and condolences to those...

    Sorry to hear this. RIP and condolences to those who knew him.
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    One other con for the hitch rack is that if you...

    One other con for the hitch rack is that if you get rear-ended, your bike probably is toast. Sure, it's probably the other person's fault, but that still may leave you without a bike for some period...
  16. Any chance of detouring around the traffic? ...

    Any chance of detouring around the traffic? Especially on the way home, I'd gladly go 4 or 5 miles out of my way to avoid "one of the most nortorious, busiest road areas in town".
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    I totally agree. Fortunately, my wife was taking...

    I totally agree. Fortunately, my wife was taking a 3-day workshop in Pleasant Hill, 15 minutes from the entrance to Mt Diablo (had to take care of some personal business on Saturday or I would have...
  18. One of the features I love about my Record EPS ....

    One of the features I love about my Record EPS . . . Of course I have the same feature on my Suntour Barcons (soon to be replaced with Shimano Dura Ace barcons) on my winter commuter.
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    Fortunately being in Sacramento, means you're...

    Fortunately being in Sacramento, means you're also not too far from climbing routes. Friday: 47 miles, 7100 ft of elevation gain; Sunday: 25 miles, 3500 ft of elevation gain.
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    I think those are the ones I have on my fixed...

    I think those are the ones I have on my fixed gear. Over 5k miles - no problems, no ejections. 21-oz Podium Big Chills here.
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    My buddy occasionally does the multi-modal commute thing where he drives to the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) station, takes his bike on the BART train, then rides from the BART station to work. One...
  22. Congratulations on getting back into it. ...

    Congratulations on getting back into it. Although never a clyde (not for want of trying, but at 5'-3" it takes more effort than usual to make it to clyde-dom, and even at that I got scarily close),...
  23. I've only been commuting for 2 years (this time...

    I've only been commuting for 2 years (this time around), but here goes:

    Camelback Podium Chill water bottle - keeps the water cold throughout the entire ~1 hour commute: ~$10
    Various water...
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    On behalf of all road-only cyclists, please...

    On behalf of all road-only cyclists, please accept my apologies for the boorish, and dangerous behavior of that one individual. Glad you finally made it out, and hope you make a full and speedy...
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    I have a couple of Specialized cages; I think...

    I have a couple of Specialized cages; I think they are the Zee cages, which come in left and right versions, and either in carbon or plastic (I'll give you a hint, I didn't pay $60 for each cage)....
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