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    Last time I did that, I booked a German train to...

    Last time I did that, I booked a German train to the last German stop on DB and the Swiss train from the first Swiss stop. A little risky, but you get bike tickets.

    You have to buy bike tickets at...
  2. Thanks for the advice. Maybe I'll skip Finland...

    Thanks for the advice. Maybe I'll skip Finland this year and do Åland next time I head to Stockholm. The family might enjoy that.
  3. SJ is clear that they don't take bikes....

    SJ is clear that they don't take bikes. Snâlltåget used to take bikes, but no longer do. From kundeservice:

    "It is true, no train in Sweden that travels between Malmö and Stockholm can at the...
  4. Getting a bike from Copenhagen to Stockholm...

    ...without riding it.

    Anyone crack the Swedish train system, yet?

    I would like to get me and my bike from Copenhagen to Stockholm (and eventually Turku, Finland) at the end of May. No Swedish...
  5. Most places in Europe take bikes, but sorting...

    Most places in Europe take bikes, but sorting through which trains and if you need reservations can be daunting.

    That said, I've taken a bike on a train in most every country between Croatia and...
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    I'm starting to get down on BMUFL signs, because...

    I'm starting to get down on BMUFL signs, because drivers seem to think cyclists are not allowed to take the lane on narrow roads where there's no sign.
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    Poll: Wait. I thought two of them were trick answers.

    Wait. I thought two of them were trick answers.
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    Poll: Curious. I usually wear mine on my head.

    Curious. I usually wear mine on my head.
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    I think if you do that math, you'll find the same...

    I think if you do that math, you'll find the same result.
  10. Thread: Tire Liners

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    Clearly half the posters around here have their...

    Clearly half the posters around here have their heads on straight.
  11. Apparently, you're bad at planning, too. ...

    Apparently, you're bad at planning, too.

    Having ridden in many European cities, large and small, I stand by my original statement.
  12. Like many, you grossly exaggerate the...

    Like many, you grossly exaggerate the "inconvenience" of European bikeways. You should also talk to more expats -- I know dozens who never rode a bike in the US, became regular riders in Europe, and...
  13. You do realize that the vast majority of cyclists...

    You do realize that the vast majority of cyclists in the world have never ridden 100km in one ride, right?
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    Still a chance to be the first bicyclist to do it!

    Still a chance to be the first bicyclist to do it!
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    I generally wear my club kit while touring,...

    I generally wear my club kit while touring, especially in colder months since I have some good Fall gear.

    I generally have a pair of sport pants within easy reach for when I want to walk into a...
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    Now just do that outside...

    Now just do that outside...
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    This is also my sentiment, more or less....

    This is also my sentiment, more or less. Sometimes tired, sore, hurried, frustrated. Never really "bored".

    Also car-lite.
  18. In Denmark, no less.

    In Denmark, no less.
  19. Not a torque sensor; it only measures cadence....

    Not a torque sensor; it only measures cadence. Combined with the slope sensor, you can adjust input based on grade.
  20. I get a chuckle of it being called the...

    I get a chuckle of it being called the "Copenhagen Wheel" for this very reason.
  21. Thread: Tailgating

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    Meh. So I don't give in every time someone pulls...

    Meh. So I don't give in every time someone pulls the tonnage card. You going to tell me I have a massive chip on my shoulder, too? With all the people around here who complain that "scofflaws" give...
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    This is a trend for more than just roads -- er --...

    This is a trend for more than just roads -- er -- streets. Businesses demand high-visibility (is Jiffy Lube going to build on a "street"?) but planning councils demand "livibility" and other vague**...
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    Uh...no.

    Uh...no.
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    That's just goofy. There may well be too much...

    That's just goofy. There may well be too much effort put into defining "car free", but saying you can live "car-free" just by not driving your car for the afternoon is ludicrous.

    Also, I've never...
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    Really, they need software that allows you to...

    Really, they need software that allows you to cross-post a single thread in multiple, but appropriate, forums. eg, question about dynamo lights for commuting (all the rage these days, apparently)?...
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