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    Nah, the best you can do is buy wheels/hubs with...

    Nah, the best you can do is buy wheels/hubs with steel or TI freehubs and not worry about it at all.
  2. I pulled the shifter off. Cable is out, drum is...

    I pulled the shifter off. Cable is out, drum is still stuck.
  3. Shimano 6700 rear shifter stuck on largest/inner cog

    My Shimano 6700 rear shifter is stuck on the largest/inner cog (the easiest/lowest gear - just to be clear). It won't release the cable at all.

    I've pulled the shifter off, removed the cover...
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    The riders on my team who I know have iBikes have...

    The riders on my team who I know have iBikes have all expressed a wish they had spent their money on something else.

    And most of them eventually have done just that - buying a PowerTap, Stages, or...
  5. Well, if you read the headline it's obvious that...

    Well, if you read the headline it's obvious that the bus just did this on its own.
  6. To get weight off your hands, move your saddle...

    To get weight off your hands, move your saddle back.

    If that causes your position to become uncomfortable because now you're bent over too far, raise your bars higher. And use a shorter stem.
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    Just fine as long as they're both round.

    Just fine as long as they're both round.
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    Nope. You got nothing. Point to the statute...

    Nope.

    You got nothing.

    Point to the statute being violated in your hypothetical situation.

    Or again: you got nothing.

    Don't pontificate on what some hypothetical LEO might quote, quote...
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    You got that bass ackwards. It's up to YOU to...

    You got that bass ackwards.

    It's up to YOU to show the law prohibiting the action.
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    Summary of above: there's so much variation...

    Summary of above: there's so much variation between people that "average" or "target" heart rates are useless as a training goal.
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    I'd ride it, just like the others. I'd...

    I'd ride it, just like the others.

    I'd probably let it stay the way it is, though, just so I could see if it decides to start growing.

    If it does start growing, put a fork in it - the kind you...
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    Geez, you don't even need case law. It's...

    Geez, you don't even need case law.

    It's spelled in in VA, at least, and VA is probably not very different from other states.
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    What a pant load. Please read the entirety of...

    What a pant load.

    Please read the entirety of the Code of Viriginia WRT bicycling, relevant portions bolded:

    https://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+46.2-905



    So if the lane...
  14. How much riding have you done? Something...

    How much riding have you done?

    Something falling out of a jersey pocket is RARE. And it's usually because it wasn't fully in the pocket.
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    You're going to get a lot of anecdotes saying,...

    You're going to get a lot of anecdotes saying, "They worked for me."

    They'll then follow that up by concluding that low-spoke-count wheels are just as durable as higher spoke count wheels.
    ...
  16. Purpose and replacement of a Garmin 705 screen cover?

    What does the glass screen cover with the Garmin logo on it do for a Garmin 705?

    How hard is it to get a new one?

    Mine fell off. It had some help. Hint: when one of the tie wraps holding...
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    Wut? Who sponsors you? Who's your mechanic...

    Wut?

    Who sponsors you? Who's your mechanic that changes your tires?

    While tubulars are common in races, I'd say they're still in the minority, and by FAR in the minority in cat 4/5 races.
  18. Let us know when you figure that out.

    Let us know when you figure that out.
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    Pretty much the same here. Oh, and rest, too. ...

    Pretty much the same here.

    Oh, and rest, too. Gotta give it time to heal.

    Ice seemed to be the biggest thing - as another poster said, stick your feet in a bucket of ice water for 10-15 min. ...
  20. And even then, how shock-proof is it? My 705...

    And even then, how shock-proof is it?

    My 705 has survived falling off its mount twice (my own damn fault both times), and getting hit by a car once. (Yeah, I was on the bike at the time - my...
  21. Only 90%? What DOESN'T a 705 do?

    Only 90%?

    What DOESN'T a 705 do?
  22. Good luck with that....

    Good luck with that.
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    Why do you need to have your LBS remove your...

    Why do you need to have your LBS remove your chain? It's not exactly hard to do. Buy a chain tool and some quick links of the proper width (speed/gear count) and learn to do it yourself. Given...
  24. Thread: Cycling shorts

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    What do you consider "good shorts"? Good...

    What do you consider "good shorts"?

    Good shorts can be quite expensive:

    Assos T Equipe S7 Bib Shorts, Bib Shorts
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    40 km isn't really long distance. I think...

    40 km isn't really long distance.

    I think you'd be fine, as long as you don't ride in crowded areas or in groups - TT/tri bikes give up a LOT of handling and braking ability in order to be as aero...
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