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  1. Yeah, it might be 22-24. If you're in North...

    Yeah, it might be 22-24. If you're in North America and you PM me your mailing address I have a spare B&M coaxial cable with terminals I'd send you for free since I have no need for it any more.
  2. Probably 16 or 18 AWG. If the Cyo R is like the...

    Probably 16 or 18 AWG. If the Cyo R is like the Cyo Premium the connection to the headlamp uses spade terminals that come with the lamp so wire gauge isn't terribly important, and the taillight can...
  3. Follow up to this tragedy, the driver was...

    Follow up to this tragedy, the driver was sentenced to 12-16 years.
  4. Indeed, I've used both the 60/70-lux Cyo (it was...

    Indeed, I've used both the 60/70-lux Cyo (it was advertised as 60-lux but said 70-lux on the package) and 80-lux Cyo Premium and IMO the Premium with the "IQ-TEC P" (with the "P", very important)...
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    That happens to me pretty often. Sometimes when...

    That happens to me pretty often. Sometimes when I'm driving someone somewhere and they'll ask "Where are we going" and I'll say "It's OK, know a shortcut" but then remember part of the shortcut is a...
  6. Looks pretty interesting. 300 actual lumens with...

    Looks pretty interesting. 300 actual lumens with a shaped beam at a very fair price point but I think I speak for most of us when I ask, do you have any beamshots?
  7. You could look into something like the CatEye...

    You could look into something like the CatEye Strada Cadence CC-RD200 which does everything you mention for about $40 US.

    I don't own this unit, and there are probably cheaper options available,...
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    I could be totally wrong, but it sounds like...

    I could be totally wrong, but it sounds like you're putting way too much pressure and weight on your arms. The handlebars are primarily to steer the bike, not support your weight. Your shoulders,...
  9. Plus, in the unlikely event of having to bail out...

    Plus, in the unlikely event of having to bail out you probably don't want something hard or sharp that can impale the kidneys. Even if it doesn't puncture the skin a person can still get really hurt...
  10. Never had the pockets picked but I have had a...

    Never had the pockets picked but I have had a couple ...encounters with unsavory people that left me feeling a bit less safe about my city in general.

    I've taken to using a waist-pack for...
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    Perineum pain or numbness is a very common...

    Perineum pain or numbness is a very common complaint when the saddle doesn't properly support the rider's weight on the sit-bones. It might be as simple as adjusting the saddle's fore/aft tilt or...
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    :lol: I think it's even waterproof and scratch...

    :lol: I think it's even waterproof and scratch resistant. More of a commitment than a helmet though since it's not easily transferable between heads.
  13. Heh, I remember seeing those in the back of Boy's...

    Heh, I remember seeing those in the back of Boy's Live and Mad Magazine, etc. along with X-ray specs and that hovercraft you could make out of a vacuum cleaner. I think one of the notable features...
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    :innocent: Ouch. As far as rants to I'd have...

    :innocent: Ouch. As far as rants to I'd have given it at least a solid C, maybe a C+. I got a strong sense of indignation which is a necessary element of a proper rant but there seemed to be too much...
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    Have you considered a different hobby? I dunno...

    Have you considered a different hobby? I dunno but life seems too short to piss and moan about such trivial crap.
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    It would be possible. Beyond the engineering...

    It would be possible. Beyond the engineering novelty I really don't think it would be worth it but it would be pretty neat to see.

    Some ideas to mechanically store the energy: Giant flywheel and...
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    You can get chill-pills without a prescription...

    You can get chill-pills without a prescription nowadays.

    http://i.imgur.com/mQgIjL0.jpg

    On second thought I'm thinking of Jelly Bellies.
  18. Thread: McBike

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    Beats pinole, that's for sure.

    Beats pinole, that's for sure.
  19. They said I was crazy for suggesting a bike...

    They said I was crazy for suggesting a bike jersey with flippers and snorkel but then I informed them it was for an underwater bike ride. Well, who's the crazy one now?!
  20. Welcome to bike forums! :) Things can seem a...

    Welcome to bike forums! :) Things can seem a little brusque at times due to the text-based medium but in general people are cordial.

    If you wish to "regularly" participate in the A&S forum though,...
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    Y'all got wind up there in ND? A relentless,...

    Y'all got wind up there in ND? A relentless, soul-sucking headwind will pretty much make me quit caring about scenic views, or anything else for that matter. Good workout though.
  22. :eek: See, before clicking the link I thought you...

    :eek: See, before clicking the link I thought you meant because it's so bright but ....dayam.
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    1. Remove pedals by loosening them in the correct...

    1. Remove pedals by loosening them in the correct direction
    2. Don't forget to liberally grease the new pedal threads before installation.
    3. Might wanna clean the threads in the cranks with a...
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    Absolutely be certain to use grease. Aluminium...

    Absolutely be certain to use grease. Aluminium still corrodes (even if you can't see it like rust on steel), so without the grease there is still a good chance of the seatpost becoming permanently...
  25. Be sure both wheels are correctly seated in the...

    Be sure both wheels are correctly seated in the dropouts and each quick-release (or other wheel-retention bolt) is fastened properly. It's a very easy thing to overlook, especially if you need to...
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