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    There's a nice site called NYVelocity.com that...

    There's a nice site called NYVelocity.com that covers the NYC cycling scene, specifically the road racing scene. Get in touch with Dan Schmalz through that site.
  2. Honestly, a lot of it will depend on your housing...

    Honestly, a lot of it will depend on your housing budget. There's a substantial difference in the carrying costs of a house in the various places people have mentioned. You mentioned a slight...
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    It is certainly possible. I'd wager your problem...

    It is certainly possible. I'd wager your problem is because you're powering up the device indoors and/or in an area where satellite reception is poor. Try powering it up outside and see what happens.
  4. I haven't used it in years, but I just looked at...

    I haven't used it in years, but I just looked at the redesigned GC and it appears there's indeed no way to tell. The only site that I've seen that makes this easy is Bikejournal.com and obviously...
  5. Pro cycling has a completely different structure...

    Pro cycling has a completely different structure and monetization model than any other sport, which leads to a lot of its issues. UCI (the cycling governing body) really has no "pull" over promoters...
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    I've never, ever, ever had anyone try to take...

    I've never, ever, ever had anyone try to take anything illegally from me in NYC. NYC has a crime rate that's vastly lower than America's other major cities, including all of those in Texas. And I've...
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    Just be aware that getting into Manhattan will be...

    Just be aware that getting into Manhattan will be a bit of a chore since there's no direct subway service to LGA. Save yourself a lot of money and take the M60 bus from LGA to Astoria Blvd, where you...
  8. Do you know how long it would take before caliper...

    Do you know how long it would take before caliper brakes wouldn't be supported? It would take more than a decade even after widespread adoption. And there's nothing that says discs will have...
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    It's hard to say which of those "poles" is true....

    It's hard to say which of those "poles" is true. Personally, I think drivers are getting increasingly aggressive against everybody -- cyclists and other motorists alike. Cyclists often overreact in...
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    The thing about homeowners is it does cover...

    The thing about homeowners is it does cover things, but there are limits on the replacement value of any particular item. That's why you get "riders" on more expensive items like jewelry, bikes, etc....
  11. Thread: Broken spokes

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    I love my TCR SL3, but I'm glad I got it before...

    I love my TCR SL3, but I'm glad I got it before they shifted away from DT Swiss wheels to their own OEM wheels. My DT Swiss R1700s are rock solid and haven't had to be touched in four years and I...
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    You may be right about weight and tubeless....

    You may be right about weight and tubeless. Honestly, I don't run 'em even though both my road bikes have tubeless-ready wheelsets, but I get the benefit. Personally, even though I'm not the lightest...
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    Let's take a step back here, because some of this...

    Let's take a step back here, because some of this is incorrect. You can certainly file a defamation lawsuit against an employer that gives you an undeserved "ding," which is why so many employers do...
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    First off, the benefit proposition from tubeless...

    First off, the benefit proposition from tubeless is vastly different from discs for most people. There's just no comparison. Tubeless solves a need to get rid of pinch flats and, to a lesser extent,...
  15. Thread: 25MM Tires

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    The Pro4 line added a number of different tire...

    The Pro4 line added a number of different tire versions. Many feel the Pro4 Endurance is a good all-around tire. Alternatively, every major tire comes in 25 mm, such as the Continental GP4000SII.
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    Consider this another big endorsement for the...

    Consider this another big endorsement for the Mio. I have the Link version that is ANT+ compatible and while I know some folks say its monitoring method isn't as reliable as a traditional chest...
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    Totally get where you're coming from. You might...

    Totally get where you're coming from. You might be surprised at how well you'll feel (relatively speaking, of course) even if you go out for a ride. I use to strength train and wouldn't cancel appts...
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    To add, in addition to saving yourself annoyances...

    To add, in addition to saving yourself annoyances like potentially having the wheel trued more often, hitting potholes at a quick clip and/or hitting one large enough can actually result in a rim...
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    Puerto Rico can be sketchy once you veer off the...

    Puerto Rico can be sketchy once you veer off the main tourist areas, such as Old San Juan, the beach, etc. I've been on business and have seen women harassed by guys on the beach, etc. I think most...
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    But since rest stops will be evenly spread, most...

    But since rest stops will be evenly spread, most likely, if you just focus on stopping and having something small when you can, you'll be covered.
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    The snow was set to start today and it's actually...

    The snow was set to start today and it's actually a nice day in/around the city, so perhaps this forecast was refreshingly wrong. The weekend looks nice!
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    It happens to everyone at least once, generally...

    It happens to everyone at least once, generally speaking. My best advice is two fold: Think of a way you can turn the experience into a learning one that will serve you well in a future job. Secondly...
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    Not disagreeing on that fact, but for better or...

    Not disagreeing on that fact, but for better or worse, unions have no relevance to the vast majority of the American work force now and haven't for decades. Given that, our only option is acclimating...
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    The trick about breaks is to make sure that...

    The trick about breaks is to make sure that you're hydrating and eating enough so that you don't feel either thirsty or hungry on the ride. Usually, by the time you actually feel it during a ride,...
  25. Not really disagreeing, but it is different in...

    Not really disagreeing, but it is different in bikes than cars due to "trickle down tech." Obviously, you'll be getting an older version of the "trickle down" when you buy an older bike, but there...
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