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    I have that very light and can say it's well ...

    I have that very light and can say it's well suited for cycling; tight beam with a large floody donut and the led color is more yellowish and soft than blue. This light works slightly better with...
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    I have a Rocky Mountain Whistler which sports the...

    I have a Rocky Mountain Whistler which sports the same frame.
    It's got braze-ons for everything including a third water bottle and bolt-on generator. After about 40,000 kms of commuting year-round...
  3. You're awfully slow with the twitter blog.;0)

    You're awfully slow with the twitter blog.;0)
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    Hang a nice Canadian Beaver Tail from yer...

    Hang a nice Canadian Beaver Tail from yer number-belt in front. If anyone asks questions just, tell'm yer Scottish.:p
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    ....should add that my night-time commute goes...

    ....should add that my night-time commute goes 10k along a poor river-road with no street lamps and I don't have to slow down. The DX Trustfire 801 Q5 is 'that' good. 2.5 hours ++ per battery seems...
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    I used to use a 15w Halogen, overvolted by a...

    I used to use a 15w Halogen, overvolted by a L-ion lap-top battery pack. This worked out pretty well but HEAVY and inefficient. I really didn't like the way Halogen sucks back the amps in the first...
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    I like the IRC Mythos CX 700x35c. Kevlar,...

    I like the IRC Mythos CX 700x35c. Kevlar, aggressive tread, microscopic rice husks in the rubber for grip on the ice. Bontrager Jones CX 700x32c work well and are slightly faster in clear roads but...
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    Dude, try the chocolate milk...seriously....

    Dude, try the chocolate milk...seriously.
    http://www.winforum.org/HeraldTimes_StagerResearch.htm
    I thought it was a bit off until I tried it a couple of years ago. Nice that it's available...
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    Do yourself a favor and get your base miles in -...

    Do yourself a favor and get your base miles in - prior to speedwork.

    You are in a good position to injure the body since your 'already developed' cardio makes it to easy to over stress 'virgin...
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    Worst for me was a double bottle truck...held on...

    Worst for me was a double bottle truck...held on tight while the first bottle passed and just about lost it at the connection point then basically wet myself as the second bottle passed. ...
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    [QUOTE=StokerPoker;6048709]I sure hope the rusty...

    [QUOTE=StokerPoker;6048709]I sure hope the rusty chain police don't show up.... they can be brutal.

    Chain Police can kiss my frost-bitten, salty asp...prolly couldn't catch me anyway...:D
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    My Rocky commuter with winter wheels/tires....

    My Rocky commuter with winter wheels/tires.
    http://i260.photobucket.com/albums/ii2/aleciatom/IMG_2829.jpg
    Thermo
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    I like my Sora! After a good 10000k my brifters...

    I like my Sora! After a good 10000k my brifters still work very well and sit perfectly at home on my touring/commuter bike. IMHO they shift slightly better than my 105 9sp brifters but don't seem to...
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