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  1. I carry the following (although I am probably...

    I carry the following (although I am probably forgetting something):

    - Park Tool Tire Levers
    - Spin Doctor Multi-Tool
    - Genuine Innovations Microinflate Nano CO2 Inflator
    - Extra CO2...
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    +1 :thumb:

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    Nope, sorry. I've had my Brooks B18...

    Nope, sorry. I've had my Brooks B18 since November, and that first time my ass hit the saddle was like coming home. So very comfortable. But, they're not everyone's cup of tea. Hope you find...
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    Congrats! That first commute (wherever it takes...

    Congrats! That first commute (wherever it takes you) is always exhilarating, and you know you're hooked. :)
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    I second awfulwaffle. If someone truly wants a...

    I second awfulwaffle. If someone truly wants a bicycle, they will find a way. I use the Knog Strongman accompanied by an OnGuard Combo Cable Lock. Both my tires, and my seat are bolted on (no QR).
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    Hi Ronald, Welcome to the forums! I, myself,...

    Hi Ronald,

    Welcome to the forums! I, myself, have not been around in months due to a move, an serious illness, a new job, my MA thesis etc., but am trying to get back in the swing of things...
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    Food For Thought

    I was mulling over this earlier this week. I think I already know the answer, but there may be something that I am not considering, so I'll just post it and see what happens. If you're bicycle does...
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    Sorry about your vomit. I'm a little too young to...

    Sorry about your vomit. I'm a little too young to know who the Kinks are, but the Barry Manilow song was a in a movie and that is how I heard of it. :)
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    Good call. I will definitely have to invest in a...

    Good call. I will definitely have to invest in a battery operated light (or a few) for the trip. Thanks!
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    Thanks! I will definitely look into it!

    Thanks! I will definitely look into it!
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    :lol: True. :thumb:

    :lol: True. :thumb:
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    I've never even heard of that song. Thanks! I...

    I've never even heard of that song. Thanks! I named her after the Barry Manilow song. :)
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    Lola is a Schwinn Voyageur.

    Lola is a Schwinn Voyageur.
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    Touring Lights

    Going on my first tour this August/September (see here). I would like some advice on lights. Currently, Lola is set up with the Reelight 770's, and the Knog Blinder 200. I am considering taking down...
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    I agree with you, I, tend, to be one of those...

    I agree with you, I, tend, to be one of those people who believe that as long as you take excellent care of your bicycle, then it can get you where you are going, where ever that may be.
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    jyl, I'm not sure what I am going to be doing...

    jyl,

    I'm not sure what I am going to be doing yet. I would love to camp it (just to say that, at least once I bicycle camped, because this is my first time touring, I am just testing it out to...
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    Thanks for the advice. When I originally bought...

    Thanks for the advice. When I originally bought Lola, I did not have too much of an interest in touring, but it has now peeked my interest, so I am going to start with this small ride, to see if I...
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    Touring on your commuter.

    Well, Lola and I have decided to take our very first bicycle tour. As a "gift" to myself in August when I graduate with my MA, I am going to take my very first bicycle tour from Roscommon, Michigan...
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    Roscommon to Mackinaw

    This is my first time in the Touring Forum, as I mostly hang around in the Commuting and Women's Forums. Anyway, as a "gift" to myself in August when I graduate with my MA, I am going on my first...
  20. I, too, finally "saw the light", and broke down...

    I, too, finally "saw the light", and broke down and installed Velo Orange Hammered Fenders on Lola this past November. I, too, enjoy my ass being dry. Enjoy them!
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    Welcome! I hope that you, and your family enjoy...

    Welcome! I hope that you, and your family enjoy cycling. Warning: It can be addictive! Not just the riding, but also the accessories, clothing etc.

    Enjoy!
  22. Thread: Fitbit

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    Do you find that it works well when attached to...

    Do you find that it works well when attached to the shoe?

    I just think that an app update to add the cycling option would be kickass!
  23. Thread: Fitbit

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    Nope! :lol: She said that she doesn't want me to...

    Nope! :lol: She said that she doesn't want me to do her laundry anymore (not sure why, I do great laundry ... :lol:). I ended up purchasing it as a post-Yule gift to myself. All in all, a nice...
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    Update: Ended up getting the Fitbit Force today....

    Update: Ended up getting the Fitbit Force today. I am actually really liking it, but we will have to see how it goes. If it had something for cyclilng this thing really would be perfect (for me,...
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