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  1. Exactly. In this case, they can hopefully prove...

    Exactly. In this case, they can hopefully prove an intent to hit the cyclist, which fits the voluntary manslaughter definition.

    The memorial ride was today, about 850 cyclists participated. We...
  2. I too hope they throw the book at him, but sadly...

    I too hope they throw the book at him, but sadly that may not mean much around here. The police say he has no prior criminal record, a fact that will automatically reduce whatever sentence he's going...
  3. Apparent road rage case in Finland, cyclist dead

    This is the first that I'm aware of.

    According to witnesses, car driver changed lanes abruptly, prompting a "hand signal" from a cyclist (I'm suspecting flipping the bird). At the next traffic...
  4. Thread: Commuter backpack

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    One thing about Osprey backpacks and sizing: do...

    One thing about Osprey backpacks and sizing: do NOT trust their advertised volume information. A couple of years ago I was shopping around for a large waist pack for XC skiing. Osprey Talon looked...
  5. Thread: Hello from Iowa

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    Cheers yellowrunner, welcome to BF! --J

    Cheers yellowrunner, welcome to BF!

    --J
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    Hello bgreen, welcome to Bike Forums! --J

    Hello bgreen, welcome to Bike Forums!

    --J
  7. Thread: Hello from Canada

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    Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums! --J

    Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums!

    --J
  8. Just make sure they're rugged. I've bought...

    Just make sure they're rugged. I've bought waterproof dry sacks for kayaking that were very light but also so thin they wore through after very little use. Just from stuffing them in and out of the...
  9. What makes you think so?

    What makes you think so?
  10. Thread: Cancel a Post

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    Can you post a screen shot of what you see when...

    Can you post a screen shot of what you see when you try to edit your first post in this thread, for example? When I go to edit mode there, I see the delete button, but then again I'm a mod. Back in...
  11. I have a pair of Ortlieb Classic back rollers....

    I have a pair of Ortlieb Classic back rollers. They're on their uh... I don't know really, maybe 10th year or so, they look very worn but are still waterproof. They are used to haul everything that I...
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    The search is not working properly right now. The...

    The search is not working properly right now. The IB techs are working on it. You can use google with the "site:bikeforums.net" option, but in your example that's not much help unfortunately.
    ...
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    Grocery business is almost a duopoly in Finland....

    Grocery business is almost a duopoly in Finland. Two national chains have about 80% market share between them. One of the chains has been running a delivery service for some time now, we've used it...
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    Stepping over to the Dark Side

    Well, it's time to say goodbye to my car free posting status. We have a used hatchback (a 2009 Kia C'eed) parked in the front yard, paperwork to be finished later this week.

    We have a new baby on...
  15. Thread: Fact and fiction

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    It's actually very, very difficult to find...

    It's actually very, very difficult to find statistics that would actually lie by themselves. It's the people (mis)presenting, (mis)quoting and (mis)interpreting statistics that cause all the havoc....
  16. Thread: Hello from PDX

    by Juha
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    Cheers Tony, welcome to Bike Forums! --J

    Cheers Tony, welcome to Bike Forums!

    --J
  17. Not so sure about the ease of carrying. The last...

    Not so sure about the ease of carrying. The last one I checked (a Keppler, so not really inflatable but foldable) required two pretty big cases when broken down for transport. With any camping gear,...
  18. I did a small combined bike-paddle tour several...

    I did a small combined bike-paddle tour several years ago. I could bring the kayak along on a trailer when cycling, but for the paddling part I had to leave bike + trailer behind. I found a small...
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    Hello and welcome to Bike Forums. If it's an...

    Hello and welcome to Bike Forums.

    If it's an old bike, it would be best to post any info you have and pictures of the bike in our dedicated Classic & Vintage forum.

    --J
  20. Not sure which measurement you need for your...

    Not sure which measurement you need for your computer. Assuming it's circumference, I prefer the rollout method (or used to prefer, until I moved on to GPS based sports computers). You'll find a...
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    Cheers Matt, welcome to Bike Forums! --J

    Cheers Matt, welcome to Bike Forums!

    --J
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    Hello PC14, welcome to BF. --J

    Hello PC14, welcome to BF.

    --J
  23. Thread: Hello from mass

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    Cheers srestrepo, welcome to Bike Forums! --J

    Cheers srestrepo, welcome to Bike Forums!

    --J
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    One option would be the Extrawheel...

    One option would be the Extrawheel trailer. It's lightweight, and the wheel size is usually made to match your bike so less hassle with spare parts.
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    Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums. Regarding...

    Cheers and welcome to Bike Forums.

    Regarding your wife's bike, two brakes are not universally required. Around here, for example, you're legally obliged to have two independent brakes only if...
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