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    You are almost there, keep it up!

    You are almost there, keep it up!
  2. Thread: Insoles...

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    If you have consistent knee problems I highly...

    If you have consistent knee problems I highly suggest finding a local orthopedic that makes cycling insoles and have your insurance pay for them. Nothing is better than truly custom insoles.
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    I haven't seen the Milky Way since I was a young...

    I haven't seen the Milky Way since I was a young kid, seeing so many stars was phenomenal.

    The fall Death Valley Double is 197 miles, actually. Ubehebe was at mile 130, still had to ride back...
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    Schmidt and eDelux on one bike, Schmdith and IQ...

    Schmidt and eDelux on one bike, Schmdith and IQ Cyo on the other. I use two battery powered tail lights on both bikes and carry a spare set of batteries. I ran a generator tail light for awhile but...
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    Very wise words. The best brevet bike to start...

    Very wise words. The best brevet bike to start on is the one that is most comfortable and fits the best. A small fit issue at 125 miles is generally a pretty big fit issue at 250 miles.
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    In 15 hours/200 miles on a bike down there I was...

    In 15 hours/200 miles on a bike down there I was passed by maybe 15 cars and 5 of them were support vehicles.
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    Given your photo locations I take it you stayed...

    Given your photo locations I take it you stayed in Furnace Creek, am I right?

    We got rained on during the Death Valley Double in October, it was pretty surreal to get rained on in such a place. ...
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    My buddy normally rides a 68cm (yes, 68cm) frame...

    My buddy normally rides a 68cm (yes, 68cm) frame and bought a mini-velo to mess around on. It is absurdly hilarious.
  9. The owner of that bike fits it terribly.

    The owner of that bike fits it terribly.
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    They have the best grip of any tire in their size...

    They have the best grip of any tire in their size that I've ridden. I've done lots of 50+mph sweepers with an Open Corsa on the front and always been fine. The only times I've ever had any trouble...
  11. Great stuff, start carrying a water bottle with...

    Great stuff, start carrying a water bottle with you.
  12. I was to buying an 86 753 Look with C-Record...

    I was <> to buying an 86 753 Look with C-Record and Cobalto brakes at the first Cirque in Leesburg for $650. I decided to give myself 10 minutes to ponder and by the time I went back it had just...
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    Your ride lacks three qualities that make a...

    Your ride lacks three qualities that make a brevet a brevet. First, it does not have time controls, second it is not long enough (the minimum is 200km) and third it is supported. While I appreciate...
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    Sticky: The bike...

    The bike
    http://lh6.ggpht.com/_GD0mJI-y4Ic/TBWDEJgIohI/AAAAAAAADAs/vBhcRyuIyKo/s800/IMAG0105.jpg

    The trail from today...
  15. +11ty to bag balm. I am VERY susceptible to...

    +11ty to bag balm. I am VERY susceptible to saddle sores (I can get them on a 4 mile ride while wearing bibs) yet a thin coating of bag balm takes care of all that.
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    All that matters is the motor. I regularly motor...

    All that matters is the motor. I regularly motor my 36lb commuter/full fenders/handlebar bag past guys out on their Sunday best carbon and I regularly get dropped by guys on flat bar road bikes. I...
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    On sale for like $215 at Nashbar.

    On sale for like $215 at Nashbar.
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    Kirk JKS or Erikksen Ti and whatever cheap parts...

    Kirk JKS or Erikksen Ti and whatever cheap parts would fit in the rest
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    Most people do. I've done centuries on...

    Most people do. I've done centuries on everything from 700x23 to knobby cross tires.
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    He is going to crack the lug if he doesn't put a...

    He is going to crack the lug if he doesn't put a longer post in.
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    My old one is still floating around DC but that...

    My old one is still floating around DC but that is a hike. Curtis has one in Philly.
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    I used to commute on mine once or twice a month. ...

    I used to commute on mine once or twice a month. It was a terrible idea, terrible ride, uncomfortable and worth every second.
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    To my friends of swap past, I now live in SF so I...

    To my friends of swap past, I now live in SF so I won't be seeing you this round. May the best deals go to you.

    Nate - always in a Yamaguchi cap
  24. Thread: My first DNF

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    I've got to say I liked that 200k ride report far...

    I've got to say I liked that 200k ride report far more than any other I've read. I haven't DNFed a brevet as the only one I signed up for I DETed. I think breaking my elbow 7 days prior might have...
  25. Also, SF -> Nicasio -> Lucas Valley -> San Rafel...

    Also, SF -> Nicasio -> Lucas Valley -> San Rafel -> Paradise Loop -> SF -> the beach through GGP -> Fort Funston -> SF is 6k feet with very gentle grades the entire way. There are only 2 climbs that...
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