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    As to the chainrings - yes they're oval. A quick...

    As to the chainrings - yes they're oval. A quick google says Froome is using O-symmetric brand rings, but there are also Rotor brand rings that have gotten some acceptance the past few years.
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    I don't buy it. The kids in my neighborhood of...

    I don't buy it. The kids in my neighborhood of townhomes are always outdoors playing, running around, and riding bikes when the weather is nice and they're not in school. I see them outside pretty...
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    With straight side rims I wouldn't exceed 75 psi....

    With straight side rims I wouldn't exceed 75 psi.

    Since you're a 250lb rider, I'd definitely suggest getting hold of some wheels with modern hooked rims - preferably slightly wider ones (like Sun...
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    They look like stage makeup sideburns to me, I...

    They look like stage makeup sideburns to me, I don't think I could pull them off. Maybe when the blond version is released.
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    Since this thread has been bumped, the best book...

    Since this thread has been bumped, the best book I have read recently is All Man!: Hemingway, 1950s Men's Magazines, and the Masculine Persona by David M. Earle. As the title suggests, the book is...
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    The knock on Biopace is that the design/science...

    The knock on Biopace is that the design/science between their not-quite-oval shape has never been clearly proven to be effective, and there are plenty of doubters who argue that Biopace's orientation...
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    The same is true here - lady's model ten speeds...

    The same is true here - lady's model ten speeds (excluding mixtes) sit on Craigslist for a very long time. As previous posters have noted, there's a number of reasons why: for the most part they're...
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    Ooooh, are those the retrofriction version? I...

    Ooooh, are those the retrofriction version?

    I would not drill holes in your bar. Better to run the cable either under the bartape until you reach a convenient exit point, or if you're a fan of...
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    Nice thing about this year's event was that there...

    Nice thing about this year's event was that there were more locations around town than previously. I went and got fed at the Garden Ranch YMCA stop, the past few years I wasn't able to take advantage...
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    Perhaps it's a sprayed-in coating to protect the...

    Perhaps it's a sprayed-in coating to protect the tubes from corrosion? Just a guess, I live in a desert so I've never had cause to learn what 'frame saver' looks like.
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    1. I started riding my dad's old bike to work in...

    1. I started riding my dad's old bike to work in 2007 because one day it dawned on me that my commute wasn't even one mile long and I could reduce how much money I was spending on gas.
    2. Then I...
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    Sounds to me like you're throwing money at a...

    Sounds to me like you're throwing money at a problem that may not exist. Why not just put a rack and fenders on your S10S and call it good?
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    Methodically, one at a time, with a consistent...

    Methodically, one at a time, with a consistent cadence all the way to the top:
    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/bf/13/66/bf13660665a806b632827cf4e4e3782f.jpg...
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    F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 Very pretty, loving the pics...

    F5 F5 F5 F5 F5

    Very pretty, loving the pics so far.
  15. Thread: c-list find?

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    The seller can't be bothered to figure out how to...

    The seller can't be bothered to figure out how to measure the frame size, doesn't give any info about the frame, doesn't explain the unusual mix of 70's and 00's era parts, apparently doesn't...
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    This is the other way round, but lately I've been...

    This is the other way round, but lately I've been getting an unusually high number of phish-spam responses to my postings. Here's a particularly odd one:
  17. I think it's great you have the option of taking...

    I think it's great you have the option of taking the train partway. Ideally you would ride the whole distance everyday, but starting out you'll probably have days where the emergency bailout option...
  18. 1. Does it fit right and ride well? 2. Will I...

    1. Does it fit right and ride well?
    2. Will I actually ride it? (no wall hangers!)
    3. Does it meet a practical need that none of my other bikes do? And if I do already have something similar:
    4....
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    Lately I want to ride my Sannow and nothing but...

    Lately I want to ride my Sannow and nothing but my Sannow.
    http://s10.postimg.org/bsussvqut/image.jpg
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    My first bike project was also quite impressive....

    My first bike project was also quite impressive. I invested more than a few hours figuring out how everything worked and getting it all functioning 'correctly':...
  21. Gravel roads or gravel MTB trails? I like...

    Gravel roads or gravel MTB trails? I like Challenge Parigi-Roubaix tires for gravel roads, Kenda Small Block 8's for gravel trail in dry conditions.
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    Sounds like you're on the right path already -...

    Sounds like you're on the right path already - replace the consumables, give the frame a wash, true the wheels, and make sure everything is lubed and moving freely and you'll have a beater you can...
  23. Thread: Every Day Pics

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    Some abandoned rail tunnels in Ute Pass:...

    Some abandoned rail tunnels in Ute Pass:
    http://s2.postimg.org/cbq0nnv91/Tunnel5.jpg

    http://s4.postimg.org/6o8ae443d/Tunnel1.jpg

    http://s9.postimg.org/ivm3dasvf/Tunnels45.jpg
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    That's a rattlecan repaint? Could have fooled me,...

    That's a rattlecan repaint? Could have fooled me, looks great.

    How did you fix the busted dropout?
  25. Thread: Is it just me?

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    1. No way, at least not here. Bike traffic is...

    1. No way, at least not here. Bike traffic is still light despite having had beautiful weather for pretty much the entire month of March.
    2. Normally I do ask people standing/walking bikes if they...
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