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    Welcome to the club! I have a bit over 2000...

    Welcome to the club! I have a bit over 2000 miles on my 2013 GT- pic attached, that I built up with SRAM Red. It is absolutely a fantastic ride and gorgeous to look at as well. As for the weather,...
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    Thanks- very nice to offer! I'm in NYC with my...

    Thanks- very nice to offer! I'm in NYC with my (non-cycling) family from Oct 12-16. Most the time is planned out to hit the typical tourist destinations but my plan was to hit CP on an early...
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    Thanks very much for the suggestions. But due in...

    Thanks very much for the suggestions. But due in part to train schedules, my plan now is to ride from Rutland, VT over to Lincoln, NH. I can see there will definitely be some climbing but I will be...
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    I'm coming to NYC next month (first visit) and...

    I'm coming to NYC next month (first visit) and bringing my bike. If I enter CP from the north (we're staying around 135th St in Harlem), will the loop be obvious to find? Thanks!
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    Pictures from cycling last weekend in the...

    Pictures from cycling last weekend in the mountains east of Taichung, Taiwan and around Sun Moon Lake: https://schweikerttravels.shutterfly.com/pictures/2310
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    White River Junction, VT to Boston

    I am looking at riding from White River Junction, VT to Boston on a short self-supported ride in October, and am looking for suggestions on routes as well as an overnight stop or 2. My initial...
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    It's basic but I've used mycyclinglog.com for...

    It's basic but I've used mycyclinglog.com for years. Easy and free, with a few graphs to track progress.
  8. Nearly all manufacturers have some version of an...

    Nearly all manufacturers have some version of an endurance bike in their line up. Some are more race oriented, others less so. Differences include geometry such as heat tube length but also many...
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    What do you mean by "BGI has more of a...

    What do you mean by "BGI has more of a professional type fitting program"? They have a computer based system, but the expertise of the fitter is critical. Not to bad mouth BGI, I've shopped there...
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    In what way(s)? How many miles have you put...

    In what way(s)?

    How many miles have you put on yours in the couple of years?

    Thanks!
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    Bumping this older thread to ask for more...

    Bumping this older thread to ask for more detailed input from Felt AR owners. I've had my eye on one for a while, many things I like about it.

    If you have an AR, please share your longer term...
  12. The obvious question seems to be, why do they...

    The obvious question seems to be, why do they have a 4 year old bike in stock?

    But as for the Sequoia itself, I bought my 2007 on an end of model year closeout sale. I have 21k miles on it,...
  13. What bags are you using?

    What bags are you using?
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    The most important thing to know about New...

    The most important thing to know about New Zealand is that it should be on any traveller and/or cyclists' must visit list.

    I did a 4 day bike tour on the South Island this year, and it was...
  15. Metro I am there with you. I rode a 2007...

    Metro I am there with you. I rode a 2007 Specialized with Sora and hated the thumb shifters. I also want a higher end bike and debated over upgrade vs new bike. But financially the new bike is...
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    I might ask, then why did you open this thread?:)...

    I might ask, then why did you open this thread?:)

    I like data (yes I am an engineer), but I also find it motivates me to ride longer each week, month, and year. And to track progress such as...
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    Yes, all original. But it showed, cassette and 2...

    Yes, all original. But it showed, cassette and 2 of 3 chainrings were past worn out and nearly unrideable. I just finished replacing nearly the entire drivetrain including upgrading to used Tiagra...
  18. Now this is a great thread! Mine was taken by...

    Now this is a great thread!

    Mine was taken by a photographer who has done work for National Geographic and the National Park Service, pure luck that he took this and sent it to me (after I left a...
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    How many miles on your bike(s)?

    Ever since I got my first real road bike in 2008, I have logged every ride. As I approach a milestone on it, I got to thinking about others. So I'm curious, how many miles do you have on your...
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    Living in central Indiana, I rarely get to climb...

    Living in central Indiana, I rarely get to climb anything more than a highway overpass, but in New Zealand (South Island) earlier this year I had some of the most amazing scenery and cycling anywhere...
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    I'm glad to hear that I'm not alone either. . . The hardest part of probably 75% of my rides is clipping in. Once I get moving, I gradually feel better. Sometimes it takes a couple miles until...
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    Shimano does have a lot of help documents on...

    Shimano does have a lot of help documents on line- but no pictures (only sketches) and cable routing is not addressed very well. I had this same problem (and many more, including cable routing to...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm about to...

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'm about to conclude that the shifter is the problem (I already terminated the new cable so until I find more, I can't easily remove the new shifter and cable and try...
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    Front derailleur moves back

    Long story short, I have a new Shimano front derailleur that, when I shift to a larger chainring, is immediately pulled right back to the small ring by spring tension. The derailleur is a FD2203...
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    Brake and derailleur pictures

    I have installed new Tiagra (upgrade from Sora) shifters and new brake and shift cables- by far my biggest project ever (going on a 2006 Specialized Sequoia road bike). But even with the Park Tool...
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