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    A thumbs-up vote here for BDop Cycling on their...

    A thumbs-up vote here for BDop Cycling on their Offset Brake Pad Holders. A bit expensive according to my budget, but it was worth it.http://s20.postimg.org/b5pg7zv19/Offset_Brakes.jpg
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    Sticky: Taken a few days before Christmas last year. ...

    Taken a few days before Christmas last year. Struble Trail in Downingtown, Chester County PA. Temperature was a balmy 40F.
    http://s20.postimg.org/bdpjb57tp/Solo_1221_01a.jpg
  3. Preferring one brand over another is solely at...

    Preferring one brand over another is solely at the discretion of every cyclist. Brand loyalty somehow plays heavily into the discussion and with that I'll confess that I am a proud owner of a...
  4. First of all, you're not paying attention. I...

    First of all, you're not paying attention. I already said that I have all the most modern tools available right now to give me instant information while I'm riding. Again because I'm super-rich. I...
  5. Well my mirror has a built-in Blind Spot...

    Well my mirror has a built-in Blind Spot Monitoring System that flashes an icon whenever an object breezes by my side. And it also has an NFC feature in which it automatically tweets through my...
  6. Giving my 2 cents worth here. Here's what I'll...

    Giving my 2 cents worth here. Here's what I'll do:

    1) Rear-view mirrors. My bike and I might look like a dork but better be one rather than get sideswiped or worse mowed from behind by some...
  7. I think you're referring to "The WD-40" that we...

    I think you're referring to "The WD-40" that we all are familiar with; the product that first came out of the market that claims over a hundred ways to use and can now be bought almost anywhere from...
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    What was striking to me when I read the article...

    What was striking to me when I read the article was the way SRAM President Stan Day wrote to their dealers and most importantly their customers. He was very open, candid and he did owned the utmost...
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    Well I apologize for that. I erred on the side...

    Well I apologize for that. I erred on the side of re-using an already existing thread about SRAM (did the search first on this forum, fyi) instead of creating a new post then getting slammed by some...
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    Apologies for the bump to share the recent...

    Apologies for the bump to share the recent communication by SRAM about their Hydro.
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    Thought of bumping this because of the recent...

    Thought of bumping this because of the recent major recall issued by SRAM.
  12. I have the Topeak Bar xTender and installed it on...

    I have the Topeak Bar xTender and installed it on my road bike last year. Did its intended task quite well, though I got some funny comments from fellow group riders because it somewhat doesn't...
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    Well, it's that time of the year, when some...

    Well, it's that time of the year, when some riders in the Northeast (that includes myself) start to re-think their riding plans for the coming cold and wet season as well as take stock of their gear....
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    Pd-a530

    The non-clip side of the PD-A530 has grooves or treads that will provide decent traction against the shoes. It's more compatible with shoes that have rubber soles, but if cycling shoes are to be...
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    Another vote for the PD-A530 for its versatility,...

    Another vote for the PD-A530 for its versatility, durability and price. Been tempted many times to switch over to the SPD-SL camp, but everytime I look back at the thousands of miles I've covered...
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    Bob, many thanks for expediting my order, or was...

    Bob, many thanks for expediting my order, or was it really a fast shipping no matter what? Happy with the purchase and how it performs. Another happy customer here....
  17. Dude. I'd like to know what benefit does it give...

    Dude. I'd like to know what benefit does it give you if you will know the exact definition of what a "core strength" is. Tell me.

    Oh, I changed my mind. Don't bother telling me. I assume...
  18. There's the simple and straightforward answer to...

    There's the simple and straightforward answer to what core strength is. To someone who is not pretty much active in the past irregardless of any kind of sport, they will obviously start with a...
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    Thanks for taking my comments constructively. One skill I've learned through the years is how to overcome my shyness on the road and become more assertive. I now take about a third of the lane...
  20. It doesn't matter if it's a corner or if the...

    It doesn't matter if it's a corner or if the vehicle is pulling into a parking lot. What I posted earlier is my approach in negotiating high traffic areas, that is, urban settings. It applies to...
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    This one. And like a virus, they mutate into...

    This one. And like a virus, they mutate into different forms, all with the same intent of doing harm to vulnerable road users whether they really intend to or simply not paying attention.

    But if...
  22. Whenever I'm in a high-traffic area, I...

    Whenever I'm in a high-traffic area, I deliberately lower my speed as I approach corners, that is on top of heightening my situational awareness in trying to anticipate those gotcha moments such as...
  23. Another vote here for a strong core. Everything...

    Another vote here for a strong core. Everything starts with having a strong core. It's the baseline to which other factors like saddle discomfort are directly affected. Focus on improving your...
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    You forgot one of its nice features: It runs on...

    You forgot one of its nice features: It runs on AA, either rechargeable or throw-away. No USB port to worry about.
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    The best combination is a mini-pump and a CO2...

    The best combination is a mini-pump and a CO2 inflator (with 2 cartridges for longer rides). Everyone knows that once that cartridge is punctured, the CO2 inside it is racing to get out. So during...
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