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    I love my T-servs. I'm on my third set. They...

    I love my T-servs. I'm on my third set. They roll nice, ride great, and have good grip on wet roads.

    Gatorskins are good too, but I found the ride to be harsh and wet weather traction wasn't...
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    Considering the distances involved, your commute...

    Considering the distances involved, your commute sounds do-able.

    I am a grad student and live 17.5 miles from class. I also have two jobs, and am a single parent. I typically commute round-trip...
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    The Fenix L2D is designed to run off of...

    The Fenix L2D is designed to run off of rechargeable NIMH cells. It will not cut out at 1.2 volts like some older lights.
  4. I use bar-ends on three of my bikes and my racing...

    I use bar-ends on three of my bikes and my racing bike has STI. I think that I shift all bikes the same number of shifts regardless of the shifter type.

    Bar-ends are more convenient for me in...
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    The L2D should last almost twice as long using...

    The L2D should last almost twice as long using rechargeable NIMH batteries. See:
    http://www.cpfreviews.com/Fenix-L2DCE-Premium-Q5.php

    However, the L2D switches to its lowest mode of operation...
  6. I was once attacked by a dog while riding and...

    I was once attacked by a dog while riding and shot it with a .38 in self-defense.
  7. If you aren't successful in adjusting your...

    If you aren't successful in adjusting your pedals, maybe you should consider getting some of the cartridge-type spd pedals like Shimano model M520. The special tool to dissassemble them is about $2...
  8. It does make a difference whether weight is...

    It does make a difference whether weight is distributed towards rider vs. bike.
    Overweight rider = more tissue for the cardiovascular system to support = reduced performance. It's all about the...
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    This is my first review of the Brooks imperial...

    This is my first review of the Brooks imperial saddle. I've held off with a review up to this point because I wanted to make sure the saddle was broken in first.

    Miles 70
    Total Miles 325...
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    +1 to all of the above... and I'm glad I chose...

    +1 to all of the above... and I'm glad I chose the Casseroll. I'd still like a Smoothie at some point though...
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    Me: 2006 Surly LHT 2007 Salsa Casseroll 2006...

    Me:
    2006 Surly LHT
    2007 Salsa Casseroll
    2006 Trek 5200
    1984 Nishiki Sport (fixed gear)
    1988 Centurion LeMans (fixed gear)
    1986 Nishiki Prestige
    1988 Santana Sovereign (tandem)
    2008 IRO Rob...
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    I clean mine like a car. Rinse with water hose...

    I clean mine like a car. Rinse with water hose on low pressure (and without nozzle), sponge and soap, then rinse again. Baby wipes can scratch your finish.
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    Poll: FYI - The weight difference is mainly due to the...

    FYI - The weight difference is mainly due to the heavy duty parts used on the LHT. There is little difference between the weight of the frames... the Surly LHT (56cm) frame + fork weighs 7.4lbs. ...
  14. 2887 miles since the beginning of the year.

    2887 miles since the beginning of the year.
  15. Regarding the rebuild kit for the Shimano M-520 -...

    Regarding the rebuild kit for the Shimano M-520 - I don't think Shimano makes one. But that pedal uses loose 3/32 ball bearings and you can replace all of them for about $2. You do need to invest...
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    I'll be there. My girlfriend and son are going...

    I'll be there. My girlfriend and son are going too - they'll be doing the 6-hour version of the race.
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    Sorry, but every time I look at those bikes I...

    Sorry, but every time I look at those bikes I throw up a little bit in my mouth.
  18. I have these on my Salsa Casseroll. They're...

    I have these on my Salsa Casseroll. They're pretty good.
    Fit and finish are excellent, just below Shimano. I found some machining marks on one of the calipers and the polish isn't quite on par...
  19. Umm.... Panaracer tourguards are kevlar belted...

    Umm.... Panaracer tourguards are kevlar belted tires. They use Arimid, the generic version of kevlar.
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    Much of my daily commute is along a state...

    Much of my daily commute is along a state highway. It's only 2-lane, but it has a lot of traffic and folks usually drive around 60-65 mph. The shoulder is a couple of feet wide and I'm always on...
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    On the contrary, environmentalists are some of...

    On the contrary, environmentalists are some of the most vehement opponents of biofuels. If you're going to start in on a pointless rant like this at least get your facts straight.
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    I don't usually listen to "happy" music when I'm...

    I don't usually listen to "happy" music when I'm riding.... here's the usual list:

    Dragonforce; Lamb of God; Anthrax; Bullet For My Valentine; Korn; Children Of Bodom; Disturbed; Flogging Molly;...
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    If you want to stick with MTB-compatible pedals...

    If you want to stick with MTB-compatible pedals that have some means of load distribution, you might want to have a look at Shimano A-520 "touring" pedals. I have these on two of my bikes and really...
  24. Last year I had 10,120 miles. This year, my goal...

    Last year I had 10,120 miles. This year, my goal is to again break 10,000.
    I do lots of sport riding in addition to commuting though.
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    I reuse mine all the time. I disassemble it with...

    I reuse mine all the time. I disassemble it with needle nose pliers.

    From what I read elsewhere on BF, for 10s chains, SRAM decided not to continue licensing the "Powerlink" design from Craig...
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