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    You have the positive attitude that I am sure...

    You have the positive attitude that I am sure will get you where you need to be, that is big part of the process to succeed from my experience. I know a fellow who weighed in excess of 300 pounds...
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    I know nothing about bike fitting nor am I a...

    I know nothing about bike fitting nor am I a doctor, but I have had two knee replacements (one three weeks ago) and my bike (set up on a trainer right now) has been the center-piece of my recovery....
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    My favorite 3+ season socks are Endure Baba...

    My favorite 3+ season socks are Endure Baba merino. They are the most soft merino socks I have found, they are very light weight, and they wear well. For winter, late fall, and early spring, I use...
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    When I had my bike built, the headbadge was very...

    When I had my bike built, the headbadge was very important to me. I asked for an "Eddy Orange" accent that Bill had Joe Bell Pint. 468543
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    At one point I was interested in my max heart...

    At one point I was interested in my max heart rate for training because I take a beta blocker that limits my maximum heart rate. I asked my cardiologist about the topic and he said it was probably...
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    I had a right TKR Jan 5 2015. I did my first ride...

    I had a right TKR Jan 5 2015. I did my first ride outside at 6 weeks, but it was very easy, short, flat rides. I was comfortable at about 8 weeks and able to ride without any significant limitations...
  7. No doubt you cannot go wrong with a Waterford,...

    No doubt you cannot go wrong with a Waterford, but given where you are I would give Roland Della Santa a call. He is a master maker of steel frames and you get all the custom features you want. On...
  8. Adjustment needed when changing cassettes with 6870 Di2?

    I know very little about how deraileurs work, so factor this in to my question. I want to have two rear wheels, the one I use now for climbing rides and it would be nice to have closer spacing on...
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    Here's my two cents .... I drive a 55mph road...

    Here's my two cents .... I drive a 55mph road that is regularly ridden by cyclists. There are trees on both sides of the road every few hundred feet or enough that there are patches of bright...
  10. I have used Glympse for several years and it...

    I have used Glympse for several years and it works very well. Allows live tracking showing speed and location, very useful.
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    Fellow Service Members, Friends, Classmates, and...

    Fellow Service Members, Friends, Classmates, and Team mates:

    Lee Sage Ltjg 6/23/69 VA 144 crashed on a bombing run in Laos, a good friend
    Hank McGreevy Ltjg VP 17 died in a P3 crash, August 1970,...
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    I have been on a beta blocker (coreg /...

    I have been on a beta blocker (coreg / carvedilol) since my first heart attack in 2005 and then the second in 2010. I started regular cycling in 2010 and it took awhile to sort out that my...
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    You should post pics of the cat, sounds like a...

    You should post pics of the cat, sounds like a character. Anyway, your review is credible and helpful. I would not buy the Fly6 as a tail light, but the camera function sounds useful. I want/need...
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    Very useful review. (BTW what is the cat's name?)...

    Very useful review. (BTW what is the cat's name?) Although I like the idea of the camera+light combo, I want a daylight capable tail light (currently use a Dinette 300) and I would not replace that...
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    I also remember his posts .... I noticed he had...

    I also remember his posts .... I noticed he had not posted in a while and searched the forum for any recent posts. May he rest in peace.
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    Condolences

    Condolences
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    Thanks. At least there are extra batteries and...

    Thanks. At least there are extra batteries and that looks as if it will be the right option.
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    Sony Az1 or As100 as Bike Cam?

    The Az1 is a very nice size and that makes it attractive as a bike cam. The As100 offers more options and I think better battery life. I would like a bike cam for two purposes: (1) regular training...
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    449373 Just curious for those of you who...

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    Just curious for those of you who travel with an S&S case, have you ever been asked about what is in the case? The case looks to be similar to other hard-shell suit cases I have traveled...
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    I'm glad you are around and letting us know what...

    I'm glad you are around and letting us know what you do. It is nice to have options, especially someone who knows the technology and rides.
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    NIce .... The Shimano mounting strap is not...

    NIce .... The Shimano mounting strap is not visually appealing. I like this solution.....
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    My junction box is strapped to the underside of...

    My junction box is strapped to the underside of my stem. How does the tape-on clip work, that is how would it change how I can mount the junction box on the stem?
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    You know you need a Jet Frame....

    You know you need a Jet Frame....
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    Thanks that was a very helpful suggestion!

    Thanks that was a very helpful suggestion!
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    448677 I can never sort out for this site how...

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    I can never sort out for this site how to make images larger, but the thumb above shows a Holland Exogrid Jet bike that packs into a S&S case that is 62" total, or within the limits for...
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