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  1. There is thread on another forum (not BF) that...

    There is thread on another forum (not BF) that discusses brokerage fees to both USA and Canada. From what I remember, DHL does in fact charge those fees, as well as you having to pay customs. On an...
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    LOL does that saddle have a back rest? What...

    LOL does that saddle have a back rest? What could that possibly provide as an advantage? I guess maybe it gives you something to push against with your back and you pedal?
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    I'm not trying to be argumentative for the sake...

    I'm not trying to be argumentative for the sake of it, but what does a saddle have to do with Richie Porte's wheel change? I don't know anything about that rule, but would a rider not want to ride...
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    Aru looks cooked. 452690

    Aru looks cooked.

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    I guess what I'm saying is can someone point out...

    I guess what I'm saying is can someone point out a case where wheels were swapped between different teams and NOT penalized? I would whole heartedly agree with you if there was such an example. ...
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    Well damn it! Just make them ride up one of the...

    Well damn it! Just make them ride up one of the ski runs then! I just want them to inject some freshness into this race, which seems to be turning into the "Flat Tour of California's Central Valley...
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    Sadly, we don't. Not when people are this...

    Sadly, we don't. Not when people are this addicted to their phones.
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    At least he didn't call it "Ultragear" which I...

    At least he didn't call it "Ultragear" which I have heard said in a bike shop.
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    That's why I suggested Mammoth. There are TONS...

    That's why I suggested Mammoth. There are TONS of places to stay in Mammoth, and a decent year-round population. True, along 395, population is pretty sparse, but they could probably go further...
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    There should also be a reworking of the KOM...

    There should also be a reworking of the KOM jersey. It's usually gobbled up by some random person who sets out on a very mountainous day to take a ton of points on the early climbs of the stage. It...
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    Actually, the rule is pretty straight forward. ...

    Actually, the rule is pretty straight forward. There is no mis-interpretation going on. It's black and white.

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    All riders may render each other such minor services as lending or...
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    I'm torn. I'm openly anti-Sky and admit I'm glad...

    I'm torn. I'm openly anti-Sky and admit I'm glad he lost time, but part of me does want him to be beaten fair and square, not by a pretty lame rule. Him coming in late was as much of a penalty as...
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    Totally agree about branching out. In 10 years,...

    Totally agree about branching out. In 10 years, all we've seen is stage after stage in Suckramento/Modesto/Lodi/Merced/central valley boringness. It's hardly a showcase for CA. Even racing in LA...
  14. Thread: Enough Already

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    I actually enjoy the breeze, especially when...

    I actually enjoy the breeze, especially when climbing Diablo, it almost always blows in from the west, which is a tail or cross wind, depending which direction I go up. Rode in the Berkeley hills on...
  15. LOL, good one!

    LOL, good one!
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    Oh ok well that's different. You'd think if it...

    Oh ok well that's different. You'd think if it was the bar, he'd at least have one side to sort of try and control the bike. Glad my steerer is alu too!
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    Ok...does anyone else think this is a completely...

    Ok...does anyone else think this is a completely made up interview?
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    That's why I will never use a carbon handlebar. ...

    That's why I will never use a carbon handlebar. It's wrapped in tape, you can't see anything, and it fails catastrophically. And if it breaks, you are basically f***ed!

    What happened to him...
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    Sagan is a worthy winner, he went as deep as I've...

    Sagan is a worthy winner, he went as deep as I've seen on yesterday's stage. He was probably more tired after yesterday's stage than he was after Flanders and Roubaix, he looked about like he was...
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    Cav will try as hard as he can to protect JA, but...

    Cav will try as hard as he can to protect JA, but I don't see anyone outsprinting Sagan for at least one of the time bonuses. Apparently if he gets 2", he wins on countback. So, even if some of...
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    Anyone know the time bonuses tomorrow? They said...

    Anyone know the time bonuses tomorrow? They said 3, 2, and 1 for the intermediate, and 10 for the winner at the line, but how many intermediate sprints and are there time bonuses for 2nd and 3rd at...
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    God I am so fricken sick of NBCSN covering this...

    God I am so fricken sick of NBCSN covering this race!!! Supposed to be on right now, and instead it's international hockey. If not that, it would be some old meathead hockey players sitting around...
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    Well I guess my general point is that snow is...

    Well I guess my general point is that snow is messing up some of the more scenic stages, I think it would have done this race a world of good to race through Tahoe. Not too familiar with the...
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    You're welcome! And by "paying for that role",...

    You're welcome! And by "paying for that role", yes, I did. I paid $85 less than what it costs now for the same product, so I guess I got a discount for being a beta tester! :thumb:
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    One "hidden" benefit of this PM (maybe all PM's),...

    One "hidden" benefit of this PM (maybe all PM's), is that it tracks cadence. I'm assuming it's the way the strain meters inside the device operate (or something else, what do I know!). I uploaded...
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