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    Never used one before. I understand wanting to...

    Never used one before. I understand wanting to protect your bike but I'd be uncomfortable not being able to see anything out of the rearview mirror. I can still see what's behind me with three bikes...
  2. I have an old blackburn front rack that is just a...

    I have an old blackburn front rack that is just a short version of a regular rear rack. I don't know if they are still available. I wasn't real keen on the child seat on the back of the bike. The kid...
  3. April issue is in cyberspace. Pico's Cycling -...

    April issue is in cyberspace. Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road: Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road April 2014 Vol. 2 No. 4 Still looking for articles from writers and cyclists.
  4. Determined to take the young family touring!

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    Picture was taken in 1992 in St. Pie-de-Bagot, Quebec. This was the first time tour for my wife and oldest son. The trailer was what I could afford at the time. Home built with a handsaw,...
  5. Webzine: Pico's Cycling - Tales of the Road

    This "blog" has been set up in the form of a monthly webzine. The current format is five articles each month. Still looking for writers and contributors. Right now there are two of us writing and we...
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    Great pictures. I saw my first Fatbike last year...

    Great pictures. I saw my first Fatbike last year on the trails in Moncton, New Brunswick. My writing friend is going to write an article for me on them for my webzine. It'll be cool. I've done a lot...
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    Hey Jack your first two articles are officially...

    Hey Jack your first two articles are officially published right here. http://picoscycling.blogspot.ca/2013/12/picos-cycling-tales-of-road-december.html
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    New issue is out. Link is different than the...

    New issue is out. Link is different than the actual title. http://picoscycling.blogspot.ca/2013/12/picos-cycling-tales-of-road-december.html
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    No replies to this but I do appreciate the visits...

    No replies to this but I do appreciate the visits to the webzine that have been coming from here.
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    Hey! Guess what? I managed to change the...

    Hey! Guess what? I managed to change the preference to anyone. You shouldn't have to use an external account to comment now.
  11. Never had a problem with bears. I worry about...

    Never had a problem with bears. I worry about them where I'm living now.

    My first tent was an old pup tent unfortunately I stayed in a lot of places where stakes wouldn't go into the ground. If I...
  12. I have so many stealth camping stories. I'm...

    I have so many stealth camping stories. I'm slowly writing them up for my webzine. One of my favorites was sleeping up on a picnic table in Utah before crossing the Wyoming border. There had to be...
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    Touring and More Webzine

    I published my first issue recently. Still looking for writers and contributors because I don't want it to be just about me. I've done a cycling blog before and because it was just about my riding it...
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    Blogger is what I know. It's pretty...

    Blogger is what I know. It's pretty straightforward but they keep making changes. Have had spammer problems in the past but I'm prepared for that.

    Sorry. Should have quoted you here. This is so...
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    Good question. I'm not even sure. I'll have to...

    Good question. I'm not even sure. I'll have to check into that. At this point I'd say no but there are always ways around these things. Just have to figure out how.
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    I count as an oldie. Just to let you know I...

    I count as an oldie. Just to let you know I managed to create a links page on my site as well. Now I'd be happy to see your link there as well as jhawk's. The page link is:...
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    I'm having some success bending friendly ears. In...

    I'm having some success bending friendly ears. In fact, I'm doing better at this point than expected. I'm quite excited about the prospects for my second issue.

    This isn't my first website but...
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    Yep. I'm in New Brunswick. We live close to the...

    Yep. I'm in New Brunswick. We live close to the Nova Scotia border in the bush. How long we'll be there I don't know. In spite of having a family I'm a bit of a moving target.

    Pico
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    I don't expect it to be an easy project. I'm...

    I don't expect it to be an easy project. I'm capable of carrying it for awhile on my own. Long term though. I can't see myself spitting out five stories or articles each month and at the same time...
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    Looks like your site is developing quickly....

    Looks like your site is developing quickly. Working on mine as I have time. Will be adding a site page like you did probably later today. I'd be happy to have your link added.
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    Took a quick look at your site jhawk. I like it....

    Took a quick look at your site jhawk. I like it. You're in New Brunswick too I see. I'd appreciate it if you took a look at my site. Any feedback is appreciated.

    Pedal on!

    Pico
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    Had a look and followed you on Facebook. Working...

    Had a look and followed you on Facebook. Working on a site myself. Not exactly the same focus though. Will be checking in regularly.
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    I've always found the best training for touring...

    I've always found the best training for touring is to commute daily whatever the weather. If I were closer to work I'd ride clear through the winter again this year. I found that exercise outside of...
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    I would just let the place rebuilding your wheel...

    I would just let the place rebuilding your wheel participate in choosing the spokes. In my experience the spokes themselves aren't the most expensive part of the job.
  25. Thanks for the replies folks. Sorry I didn't get...

    Thanks for the replies folks. Sorry I didn't get back to this until today.

    The axle was checked for being straight. I did have access to complete bicycle workshop at La Bikery in Moncton at the...
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