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  1. If I don't like the Specialized, Arundel is next...

    If I don't like the Specialized, Arundel is next up.
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    I have the same issue with my Crank Bros pedals. ...

    I have the same issue with my Crank Bros pedals. You might consider picking up one of these Park Hex Tools. Available in 6, 8, and 10mm (maybe other sizes as well). Gives you good leverage - I got...
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    I would highly recommend digital or dial calipers...

    I would highly recommend digital or dial calipers over vernier calipers. Unless your are used to using them, and your eyesight is good, they're more trouble than they need to be. I almost dread...
  4. All right. I think I'll give the Specialized a...

    All right. I think I'll give the Specialized a try.

    Thanks for all the recommendations everyone.

    KB
  5. Side Loading Water Bottle Cage Recommendations

    Getting a new bike next week so I need a recommendation for new bottle cages. Due to the bike having compact geometry (necessitated by me having "compact geometry"), I need side-loading cages. I'm...
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    Hawwt. I'd ride it.

    Hawwt. I'd ride it.
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    Wow! How big are your tires?

    Wow! How big are your tires?
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    +1 on the digital, or even the dial calipers (no...

    +1 on the digital, or even the dial calipers (no batteries and almost as easy to read as digital). I long-ago got rid of my vernier calipers and went to a pair of solar-powered digitals, but I also...
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    Question cannot be answered. From a pure...

    Question cannot be answered. From a pure cost-benefit perspective, probably not - how much money are you going to make with the carbon wheels vs your current wheels? What is the payback period? ...
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    Except, for some strange reason, they don't offer...

    Except, for some strange reason, they don't offer Chorus with EPS. So, if you want electronic you either go "up" to Record, or "down" to Athena (I think it's Athena).
  11. It only cost you $13 to not have Facebook. I'd...

    It only cost you $13 to not have Facebook. I'd say you got a deal there.

    No help for the OP though - I use Rudy Projects with th Rx insert. No cracking problems, but occasional fogging in the...
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    Just to close the loop on this thread (in case...

    Just to close the loop on this thread (in case anyone else has a similar problem), I did get a replacement battery from Niterider. Followed the video on battery replacement on their website (though...
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    I use my fixed gear as my commuter in the summer...

    I use my fixed gear as my commuter in the summer and my geared bike as my commuter in the winter (mainly because I can put a rack and full fenders on my geared bike, whereas I'm limited to a seatpost...
  14. Congrats. Pics or it didn't happen. Ride it...

    Congrats.

    Pics or it didn't happen.

    Ride it like you stole it.

    etc., etc., etc.
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    The last ride I did was a 75k "fun" ride around...

    The last ride I did was a 75k "fun" ride around the central (California) valley. Flat as a pancake and something like 12 to 16 rest stops at local wineries with wine tasting, food (one with lunch,...
  16. My Dinotte XML-3 mounts on my helmet and I have...

    My Dinotte XML-3 mounts on my helmet and I have the option of mounting the battery on the helmet, or in my jersey pocket (I usually use a small fanny pack under my jersey so my pockets are still...
  17. I have a Lumina 650. Very pleased with it. When...

    I have a Lumina 650. Very pleased with it. When I had some problems with the switch, their customer service repaired it under warranty (2-year warranty by the way) with no issues. I wouldn't...
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    Sounds like you don't need a cable/housing cutter...

    Sounds like you don't need a cable/housing cutter any more ;). Of course, I would never try to talk someone from buying their next tool :thumb:.
  19. +1 Although I don't even like to use a backpack...

    +1 Although I don't even like to use a backpack when I'm on my motorcycle.
  20. I'd buy the cycling shorts first, then the pedals...

    I'd buy the cycling shorts first, then the pedals and shoes. Cyclig-specific jersey would be one of the last things I'd buy.
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    IIRC the chamois is different. But frankly, I...

    IIRC the chamois is different. But frankly, I couldn't tell the difference (other than the color) from the description either. That was one of the reasons I went with the "Pro" for my second pair...
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    Getting back to recommendations . . . I like...

    Getting back to recommendations . . .

    I like PI. I've lately been using their Elite In-R-Cool and Pro In-R-Cool bibs. I also picked up some Elite In-R-Cool shorts at the end of last season, but...
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    +1 (especially the part in bold)

    +1 (especially the part in bold)
  24. www.foxwear.net (http://www.foxwear.net) Makes...

    www.foxwear.net

    Makes custom fit clothes. Prices are comparable, and often less than the big brands. I've been very satisfied with the rain pants, and tights I've gotten from Lou. I've also...
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    Congratulatons! A couple of years ago, just...

    Congratulatons!

    A couple of years ago, just after I turned 50, my physician told me my BP was borderline and if I didn't get it under control he was going to put me on meds. That scared me enough...
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