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  1. Another option would be a Raleigh Sojourn Touring...

    Another option would be a Raleigh Sojourn Touring bike (course I'm partial to them). New Model runs $ 1200-1300, you could probably pick up a 2012 or 2013 for possibly less. Comes stock with a...
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    I'm in.

    I'm in.
  3. I like these, alot. They tend to run smallish,...

    I like these, alot. They tend to run smallish, so I ordered a size up. Excellent gloves tho, I have the black.

    Bontrager: Crochet Glove (Model #07713)
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    Company apologizes for fat-shaming

    Check out the post in General Cycling Discussion. Sickening. What a bunch of superficial losers.
  5. Damned shameful that they used this guys pic in...

    Damned shameful that they used this guys pic in their ad Without his permission, and using his pic for mockery. They'd better do some serious backpedaling on this, not just issue an apology and send...
  6. No, really. I have done the green smoothie...

    No, really. I have done the green smoothie route, and am getting ready to start doing it again. I didn't live off them completely, but usually had a couple a day, with a small meal or two in...
  7. LOL...You need to watch this Portlandia Clip ...

    LOL...You need to watch this Portlandia Clip

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=0m2tRbqZ-Us
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    If you don't mind my asking, your cycle computer,...

    If you don't mind my asking, your cycle computer, is that a Cateye Padrone? Been thinking about one of those. Very nice setup, by the way.
  9. At one point I was seriously thinking about this...

    At one point I was seriously thinking about this light, the new IQ Premium battery version, it looked like they have widened and improved the beam pattern. My question to you, do you find the sharp...
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    I've been using the King Cage Iris for a year...

    I've been using the King Cage Iris for a year now, really strong, well made, holds my stainless water bottle securely, and looks cool. I also like the Arundel, but haven't used one of those.

    King...
  11. You might look at the Raleigh line, alot of their...

    You might look at the Raleigh line, alot of their road and commuter and cyclocross bikes have disc brakes now. The RXC disc, the Roper disc, the Cadent disc might be what you're looking for, or the...
  12. Wow! Talk about grueling! Thanks for the video,...

    Wow! Talk about grueling! Thanks for the video, that was amazing.
  13. Out of curiosity, what type of ride is this GMR?...

    Out of curiosity, what type of ride is this GMR? (Relaxed ride or race?) Out of stater here, so am not familiar with your area. Think it's great that you have Clyde Rides.
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    I have the Sojourn, use it as my primary do...

    I have the Sojourn, use it as my primary do everything bike. Definately my favorite.
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    The Raleigh shifting is very smooth, in either...

    The Raleigh shifting is very smooth, in either friction or index. The ride is very comfortable,I was very pleasantly surprised. A heavier bike, weight in the low 30's, I wouldn't want to carry it...
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    Well, grew up with friction shifting. Had a...

    Well, grew up with friction shifting. Had a fondness for it. Using it is not difficult and quickly becomes automatic, like driving a car stick shift. There is a youtube video of a kid commuting in...
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    This is my commuter/pleasure bike. While this is...

    This is my commuter/pleasure bike. While this is a stock photo, mine looks just the same except for the addition of a trunk rack and Dinotte lights. I run the bar ends in friction shifting...
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    Wow Bob, I've been listening to Radio Paradise...

    Wow Bob, I've been listening to Radio Paradise off and on for years, what a great service and great music mix. One of the First to start streaming music on the web, wasn't it?
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    Plenty of long stretches out in the...

    Plenty of long stretches out in the western/mid-western states that are without ANY trees or bushes, just low scrub...best you can hope for is a ravine or gully....and best keep your eyes peeled for...
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    Personally I don't listen to music when I'm...

    Personally I don't listen to music when I'm commuting. But I'm thinking for longer weekend rides it might be a nice option, to listen to a Strauss waltz or an NPR or one of the Radio Canada...
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    Actually, I was in the car, not the bike. I had...

    Actually, I was in the car, not the bike. I had slowed down even more when it was obvious this woman was completely oblivious to what was around her. I didn't lay on the car horn, it was a short...
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    I bike commute to my job at the local hospital,...

    I bike commute to my job at the local hospital, I've learned to be Extra careful and really slow down through the area as well. You're dealing not only with the typical motorist, but many drivers...
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    yeah, we're kind of out of the way up here, and...

    yeah, we're kind of out of the way up here, and pretty underpopulated compared to the rest of the country. I'm in the largest town, Billings, which has about 110,000 people. Two good bike shops...
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    Holy Cannolies!!! I must lead a sheltered...

    Holy Cannolies!!! I must lead a sheltered life...I had no idea folks were touring 2000,3000,4000 miles or more on these LWBs!! What an incredible, life-changing experience that must be! And I did...
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    You folks are great, very helpful! I sure do...

    You folks are great, very helpful! I sure do appreciate all the excellent comments. Difficult to tell about LWB riding just looking at the pics sometimes. I'm glad to hear that they are...
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