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  1. Hi Marc, I don't think there is a way to get...

    Hi Marc, I don't think there is a way to get across via bike bath only, but one option is to take Nashua Street, behind TD Garden and cross O-Brien hwy to the Boston side of the path, Nashua St is...
  2. Can't be any worse and probably the same as the...

    Can't be any worse and probably the same as the generic profile design or other basic tapes out there. For that price it's definitely worth trying
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    It's not the GPS directions per se. It's about...

    It's not the GPS directions per se. It's about following a predetermined (and bike friendly) route. People upload maps to ridewithgps with specific distances, and turning points and following...
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    ridewithgps on iOS now

    Noticed yesterday that ridewithgps has an iphone app now. Turn by turn navigation only works with a subscription, so I signed up to test out this feature. I have used co-rider for turn by turn on a...
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    thanks, yeah, I've been meaning to pick up one of...

    thanks, yeah, I've been meaning to pick up one of those wrenches for myself. I'll look for the carbon paste around my local shops here
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    seatpost slippage

    So I'm having an issue with seatpost slippage, the bolt seems tight enough and I've cleaned and regreased, but it goes down a few cm during a ride. kind of annoying, as I think it does mess with my...
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    I had the benefit of working on this over the...

    I had the benefit of working on this over the winter on a trainer. I originally got my hybrid in the fall and then the bluetooth cadence sensor over the holidays. I don't know if that's been the most...
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    nothing. I may have misspoke, just meant having a...

    nothing. I may have misspoke, just meant having a gear where I can maintain a more comfortable cadence for myself.
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    I've been having a personal debate about this...

    I've been having a personal debate about this myself, I have a 53-42 in front and 12-23 in back (8 speed), and wondering if I should go with 39 in the front and and a 12-28 or 11-28 in the back. I...
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    had no idea about the cannondale store. I know...

    had no idea about the cannondale store. I know (and have been to several times) the giant store near fenway, nice guys there, but a bit too far for it to be a go-to spot for me
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    Having played soccer in the past, I can attest...

    Having played soccer in the past, I can attest that soccer does require a degree of upper body strength, such as generating power for headers, keeping balance. While both soccer and cycling require...
  12. I actually had found this particular cassette on...

    I actually had found this particular cassette on nashbar today, which is where I got my numbers from SRAM PG-850 8-speed Cassette - Cassettes
  13. changing chainring/cassette, would you do it?

    So here's my current setup:
    53-42 chainrings
    8 speed cassette: 12-13-14-15-17-19-21-23

    This works for me for the most part, in fact, I tend to use the 42 over the big ring (and I tend to hang...
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    cases that won't overheat iphone

    So I got this case awhile back Downeast Bicycle Handy Andy 2 Phone Bike Case at City Sports and it worked fine in the fall through spring. But on some days like today (low to mid 80's, sunny) my...
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    I'm looking at this one at the moment Amazon.com:...

    I'm looking at this one at the moment Amazon.com: iBikeConsole Lite MountCase Waterproof iPhone 5/5S Bike Mount Kit: Cell Phones & Accessories

    I have a bikase handy andy (or something like that),...
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    Jim, my understanding is that it's ok to ride on...

    Jim, my understanding is that it's ok to ride on sidewalks as long as you aren't in a central business district (I think that's the official language). Of course, I saw lots of sidewalk riders in...
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    Did 34 miles today, the first 17 loop was hot but...

    Did 34 miles today, the first 17 loop was hot but the 2nd half was much better as the temp was dropping. The minuteman was practically a ghost town when I went on at 6:30
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    Rod, you got lucky with the Northern Strand being...

    Rod, you got lucky with the Northern Strand being empty, prior to my move away from Malden it was always hopping, which made my fitness rides tough because a lot of people practice very poor trail...
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    I've only used wahoo and it's been nothing but...

    I've only used wahoo and it's been nothing but consistent. I think they are regarded as the best in the field
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    Went for a family ride from Arlington to...

    Went for a family ride from Arlington to Lexington on the minuteman, with my 3 year old on board my bike. 11mph average, def not my usual pace!
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    thanks very much, appreciate it!

    thanks very much, appreciate it!
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    Rflkt users - visibility in bright sun

    Just wondering how it is to read the display in bright sun? I use my iPhone now but the mount has a cheap plastic screen cover that reflects sunlight and makes it hard to read. I'm intrigued by the...
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    Yeah I just saw that, make sure to read the...

    Yeah I just saw that, make sure to read the comments. I will say this morning I saw a cyclist run a red on the corner of congress and Sudbury (by haymarket) to make a turn while pedestrians were...
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    anyone have garneau olympus helmet?

    Just curious if anyone has a pic of themselves wearing it, just curious to see how it looks on a person.
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    Here in Boston, the Hubway bike share has made...

    Here in Boston, the Hubway bike share has made Bell Adrenaline helmets available for like $10. I got a couple of them last year when I first got started (one for work, one for home). As others said,...
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