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    You're right that Shimano has never recommended...

    You're right that Shimano has never recommended it. But that's all going to change when they release their Alfine Di2 setup with brifters.
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    That's my understanding. Lighter, stronger,...

    That's my understanding. Lighter, stronger, cheaper. Great combo if these turn out to all be true!
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    Pretty sure LT just stands for "long tail", and...

    Pretty sure LT just stands for "long tail", and refers to their system of attachments. It is the common system shared by all Xtracycle compatible frames (Radish, Big Dummy, Free Radical, etc.). What...
  4. Looks like Velovision didn't get the paragraph...

    Looks like Velovision didn't get the paragraph software until 2003.
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    This is just folder-itis getting a hold of you....

    This is just folder-itis getting a hold of you. You'll naturally just have to get a second folder with a hub gear.
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    Internal hubs are great, but they do tend to add...

    Internal hubs are great, but they do tend to add weight to the bike. A big reason derailleur systems are used on folders is to shave some weight off. There are lots of hub options out there. You...
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    Sounds like the S11i. I think that's the only...

    Sounds like the S11i. I think that's the only black frame available in the US.
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    I never thought I'd combine those two words in...

    I never thought I'd combine those two words in the same sentence either. I've been lusting after a Largo for some time now, precisely because I have a wee baby on the way. But if I didn't have kids I...
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    What role does your Cetma play for you? If the BD...

    What role does your Cetma play for you? If the BD is doing most of what you need, do you find your Cetma to be superfluous?
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    I've seen a few insulated panniers. Can't...

    I've seen a few insulated panniers. Can't remember the brands off the top of my head, but if I do I'll post back here. Another option is to get something like the insulated Mountainsmith cube and...
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    Had a chance to use a Burley Travoy for a week,...

    Had a chance to use a Burley Travoy for a week, and it is the perfect grocery getter. Awesome part is that you can use it as your shopping cart in the store, wheel it on out, hook it up to your bike,...
  12. What a spooky last blog post. I used to check his...

    What a spooky last blog post. I used to check his blog from time to time. He was quite the character (with a lot of character as well)...
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    It was the largest turnout yet, according to Mike...

    It was the largest turnout yet, according to Mike from Trophy. The mood seemed less jovial than it did last year, and the route felt shorter and/or less organized. All the same, it's always fun to be...
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    Even if you hadn't listed out plenty of...

    Even if you hadn't listed out plenty of qualifiers for a cargo bike, I'd still suggest you get one. In my opinion, a cargo bike can be useful for everyone! The Mundo is a fantastic choice. If I were...
  15. My guess would be that the price is so high...

    My guess would be that the price is so high because of a combination of licensing fees, mold costs, and loss of economies of scale. The design wasn't developed in house, instead was either purchased...
  16. Since "non-ugly" and "looks cool" are entirely...

    Since "non-ugly" and "looks cool" are entirely subjective, maybe you could post some links to things you find either ugly or cool looking. There are plenty of rear racks that I find to be great...
  17. That's awesome. Good on ya for doing that sort of...

    That's awesome. Good on ya for doing that sort of haul without a car. What metropolitan area are you in?
  18. Thanks! Much better. So, have you done your...

    Thanks! Much better.

    So, have you done your commute with a folder yet? If so, which one(s), and how was it?
  19. Wow. Contextual comprehension fail. You realize...

    Wow. Contextual comprehension fail. You realize that was a reference to his posting's title? I then went on to apologize to him for coming across a bit harsh.

    Generally I just ignore your...
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    Mind breaking into paragraphs to make for a bit easier reading?
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    Yes, you're right about not naming the vendor,...

    Yes, you're right about not naming the vendor, and sorry I jumped down your throat about that. Being new to the forums, I'm guessing you don't realize that there aren't a whole lot of super active...
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    You're being a baby in that you should have...

    You're being a baby in that you should have called the vendor a long time ago. Why would you post in a public forum, airing your transaction issues without having first exhausted the easy route of...
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    It's weird isn't it? I've noticed that for other...

    It's weird isn't it? I've noticed that for other brands as well. The silver version won't be brought in by the US distributor. It does seem to be shifting though, with racks from Civia, Racktime, etc...
  24. I'm sure you could figure out a way to install...

    I'm sure you could figure out a way to install them (or any other sort of small wheels), but where would you put them? The reason they work for Bromptons is because of the way they fold. The Dahons...
  25. SRAM makes two versions, one for smaller wheels...

    SRAM makes two versions, one for smaller wheels (optimized for 20" I think), and one for full size (559, 622) wheels. As for customizing it, I really don't think you want to go to that sort of...
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