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  1. There's a couple of guys who go to the Saskatoon...

    There's a couple of guys who go to the Saskatoon Cycles meetings who are Critical Mass organizers, but it's not a main goal of Saskatoon Cycles - we're an advocacy group first. Next June we're...
  2. Attention, Saskatoon - new advocacy group going to City Council meeting

    We've started a new cycling advocacy group - Saskatoon Cycles - and we're formally introducing ourselves to City Council next meeting, Monday the 27th at 7 pm. (Facebook event link.) Two members are...
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    Front brake for stopping; rear for speed...

    Front brake for stopping; rear for speed modulation.
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    Are you in pain? If your ear hurts, please see a...

    Are you in pain? If your ear hurts, please see a doctor immediately. If it's just ringing, you can wait to see if it will go away. If for any reason, your ear starts hurting or bleeding, I would...
  5. SO has an '09 Elite, and loves it. IMO it's well...

    SO has an '09 Elite, and loves it. IMO it's well set-up for the price, and the colour scheme isn't flashy or overly logo-ified. (Although I do prefer the 09 Elite to the '10.) Can't speak to the...
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    The company I work for isn't big enough to have...

    The company I work for isn't big enough to have the sign contract for the dept. of highways here, so I can't say whether or not they have them ready to go. Legally speaking, I would imagine that they...
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    Hi. Sign shop employee here. I'm going to...

    Hi. Sign shop employee here. I'm going to sidestep the debate about installing a sign in the first place for a moment and offer you some input.

    If you want to get this made somewhere, you have a...
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    I used to, a lot - commuted to classes on them,...

    I used to, a lot - commuted to classes on them, and buzzed around trails after I finished (gotta love taking a humanities major at university.) I don't really know why I stopped - I guess I got more...
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    Ha! That's awesome. Although with all the flat...

    Ha! That's awesome. Although with all the flat tires and stupid, preventable bang-ups I've had, biking has proven to be far more expensive this summer. :notamused:
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    All I can say is, if you can't tell the...

    All I can say is, if you can't tell the difference between a woman and a bike, you may be in for some problems down the road.
  11. If this is directed at me, sorry, I should have...

    If this is directed at me, sorry, I should have worded that better. Personally, I don't care whether or not someone is a 'freeloader'. However, I live in an (ostensibly) socialist country, so YMMV.
  12. I do realize this is not what you said. What you...

    I do realize this is not what you said. What you said, is that cyclists shouldn't get infrastructure because they don't pay enough for it. It has been proven, though, that with more infrastructure...
  13. However, do not kick children or mace them with...

    However, do not kick children or mace them with bear spray if they try to bite you. It won't end well.
  14. "Cyclists shouldn't get infrastructure because...

    "Cyclists shouldn't get infrastructure because there's not enough cyclists to pay for it, but there would be more cyclists with better infrastructure." I've heard this vicious circle many, many times...
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    To me, that seems like a route I wouldn't want to...

    To me, that seems like a route I wouldn't want to take - on and off-ramps with 50 mph traffic is no joke. What's the speed limit on the road you're on? Is there any alternative? (Where I live, bikes...
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    Hi. Nice list. Can you put me in your will? :D ...

    Hi. Nice list. Can you put me in your will? :D

    Currently, I have a Rocky Mountain Sherpa 30, an Opus Mondano comfort hybrid, and I share an xtracycle with the SO.
  17. I've seen the Minnehaha bags...

    I've seen the Minnehaha bags around, but I don't own any, so I can't speak to their quality. Classic looks, and cheaper than Brooks, though.
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    Personally, I wouldn't want to work for someone...

    Personally, I wouldn't want to work for someone who expected me to keep their porn viewing at work a secret. Getting angry at the person who exposed you, as it were, isn't very mature.
  19. See, I have the opposite problem. I took my...

    See, I have the opposite problem. I took my wicker basket off, and now everyone thinks I'm a guy. :D

    The same people who care about wicker baskets are the same people who think step-thru bikes are...
  20. Gravity stands, or if you are allowed, drilling...

    Gravity stands, or if you are allowed, drilling holes and hanging hooks in the wall.

    There are tons of threads on this topic already: Bike storage
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    Oatmeal or granola for breakfast, banana and...

    Oatmeal or granola for breakfast, banana and sometimes trail mix around 10 am. Lunch is leftovers or a grilled cheese sandwich, with some sort of fruit/veg (usually an apple or salad.) I have glass...
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    Personally, I think the time spent playing...

    Personally, I think the time spent playing Farmville is much more embarrassing.
  23. I have the Adidas sunglasses with inserts...

    I have the Adidas sunglasses with inserts (prescription is -5 in R eye, -3.75 in L.) I have a fair bit of astigmatism. The inserts were borderline the first couple of times I wore them - felt like I...
  24. Not to nitpick, but there is a difference between...

    Not to nitpick, but there is a difference between a beach cruiser, with a crank-forward design and low seat, and what is customarily ridden in Europe. While they do both have fenders and a chainguard...
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    No falls this year with SPDs. Two bad ones last...

    No falls this year with SPDs. Two bad ones last year, on regular pedals no less, and at low speeds. Have yet to bite it with clipless. Actually, now that I think of it, I fall more often while on...
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