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    Do you mind to tell me the name of the book.

    Do you mind to tell me the name of the book.
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    Just used the bulldog on the frame, assumed the...

    Just used the bulldog on the frame, assumed the gym was a safe place for anything other than no lock at all on a beater commuter. Lessoned learned. I guess that is the age old question, what is safer...
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    Thanks vol for your message. Still under 50 posts...

    Thanks vol for your message. Still under 50 posts so cannot reply directly to you. Checked with the gym and 1) they say by law they cannot show me the footage 2) they have two cheap cameras down...
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    Anti Theft Measures

    Live in San Francisco and trying to use my bike more for errands and possibly commuting. Bought an older Specialized Sirrus Elite off of Craigslist for $350 (scratches and all). First day out, front...
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    Thanks for the comments. I found the catalogues...

    Thanks for the comments. I found the catalogues from that era. It seems from 92 to 93 they moved from DT shifters to Bar end.
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    Thanks for getting back to me. Doing research,...

    Thanks for getting back to me. Doing research, the Shimano Tourney shifters would do the job but at $120 seemed too expensive for this playing around project. With the rear being indexed and the...
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    Trek 1420 DT to STI conversion

    Found an early 90's one in my father's garage and thinking of doing a conversion on it. Found a thread where Hillrider mentioned he had done one but am below 50 posts to send him a PM. Anybody else?
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    Trek 1420 STI conversion

    I have always done supported rides but am thinking of dipping my toe into self supported rides. I found an early 90's Trek 1420 in my father's garage in perfect condition. 3x7 Deore set up. The down...
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    Lube and Cleaning Issue

    Was previously using Dumonde Tech Lite for lube and Simply Green for cleaning and it was all going pretty good. Road bike cleaning about every 200 miles. Had some ProLink that I had not used up and...
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    Tried to responded to your PM but have less than...

    Tried to responded to your PM but have less than 50 posts so will not allow it. WTF. Put together a rather long response that I am not that crazy about sharing publicily. I guess if you can send me...
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    Any suggesting for off the bike footwear to save...

    Any suggesting for off the bike footwear to save packing space?
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    Thanks. As I got further in the thread I figured...

    Thanks. As I got further in the thread I figured it out. I have done San Huts twice (2004 and 2008). Hit me up if you want any info.
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    Which brand of packs do you use?

    Which brand of packs do you use?
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    Thanks for the info. Was curious both if there...

    Thanks for the info. Was curious both if there was an organization already offering this type of tour and the experiences of somebody who has ridden that far at that pace.
  15. How much of it is still unpaved?

    How much of it is still unpaved?
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    3000 miles in 30 days

    The RAAM is not for me but like long multi day rides. Have done quite a few organized 600 mile in 8 days types and am comfortable with a century every 2 weeks. Am wondering how realistic to plan the...
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    [QUOTE=bigfred;16294542] Am also a mountain...

    Am also a mountain biker so get the theory behind it. For general riding would you say there is a way to ride with more weight on your feet and less on the saddle?
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    Unweighting

    [QUOTE=bigfred;16294470]Generally riding with more weight on your feet and less on the saddle is probably the lion's share of it. There's also completely unweighting the bike for things like...
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    Am the OP. After reading through the posts have a...

    Am the OP. After reading through the posts have a couple of questions. Was looking for a definition of riding light but actually lights come up in all of the google queries. Besides unweighting the...
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    Flaming does seem to be a national pastime and...

    Flaming does seem to be a national pastime and doubly so in cycling forums. I have both of these vests and if a bit cooler than one of the Underarmour for a base layer.

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    Am actually from St. Pete but living in SF. More...

    Am actually from St. Pete but living in SF. More issue for me to keep my core warm than my arms and legs. As long it is about 50 degrees here use a combination of Heatgear from Underarmour (have...
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    Ely to Colorado

    Asked the question in a Fruita to Pueblo thread but thought I would post it separately as well. The Hanksville to Blanding section seems to be the bane of the ACA Western Express. If you are not set...
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    My previous bike was a Madone 5.1 and did in both...

    My previous bike was a Madone 5.1 and did in both the front and rear Race Lites. The front from going around a corner and catching some rocks in the road (quite common in Norcal); the rear from a...
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    Thanks for all of the Colorado suggestions. The...

    Thanks for all of the Colorado suggestions. The Hanksville to Blanding section seems to be the bane of the Western Express. While Ely to Delta, UT does not look appealing are there any Utah...
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    Thanks for the replies. Will keep this in mind if...

    Thanks for the replies. Will keep this in mind if I ever decide to build my own wheels.
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