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  1. I'm in! Short sleeve and possibly the mock neck.

    I'm in! Short sleeve and possibly the mock neck.
  2. My favourite is the Halton Hilly Hundred...

    My favourite is the Halton Hilly Hundred dutifully saved by Cycle Canada here, http://www.cyclecanada.com/HHH.html
  3. Just back to the forums after a hiatus, always...

    Just back to the forums after a hiatus, always have been a Clyde and probably always will be, 194 was my lowest in 25 years. I'll watch for round 3 though. Thanks for putting these together.
  4. Thread: I'm Back!

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    I'm Back!

    It's been a couple years since I was here last and I don't really know why. My riding has been down over that time so maybe that was it. I rode in the Michigan Mayhem in 2010 and the Enbridge Ride...
  5. Hi Brian, I'm sorry for your loss. I too am...

    Hi Brian, I'm sorry for your loss. I too am registered, hopefully i'll see you there though.
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    I started with weights a few years ago and like...

    I started with weights a few years ago and like another member I find them easier, (at least time wise) than riding. I was fooling around in the gym for a while and then started reading about what I...
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    I was getting really psyched about this and then...

    I was getting really psyched about this and then Whammo! It's in NC. I was hoping it would be Chatham Ontario. Have fun though...
  8. I saw the same article in the paper and was truly...

    I saw the same article in the paper and was truly thrilled that even a group of intellegent men, who make their careers from their brains, can't understand women any better than I can.

    Seriously...
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    'fraid so. When I ride in I've got a...

    'fraid so.

    When I ride in I've got a shower, locker and indoor storage for my ride though. Monday and Wednesday evenings are soccer for the kids from 6-8:30ish. Throw them in the shower and...
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    From Toronto westward you're best just following...

    From Toronto westward you're best just following Lakeshore through to Burlington. Your trip from Hamilton to Niagara I'd suggest travelling on top of the escarpment due to traffic patterns and...
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    I go the bandana route. Keeps bugs away from the...

    I go the bandana route. Keeps bugs away from the scalp but also when I soak my head with water it stays cooler longer.
  12. Wow! What a ride. I'll honestly say that was...

    Wow! What a ride. I'll honestly say that was the single most difficult ride I've done. So far. The route was well laid out, the people volunteering were great and I didn't see any problems.
    The...
  13. Well Dr. at the beginning of the season,...

    Well Dr. at the beginning of the season, (February) I was 220 but i've four inches on you at 6'2". I'm dealing with the hunger now that i'm around 205, but i'm still adding around 2000-2500 calories...
  14. If you ever plan on doing an evening ride PM me...

    If you ever plan on doing an evening ride PM me please. Solo wise I'm holding 30+/- but haven't done much (any) group riding.

    Thanks
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    Knee pain was common as well as lower back, hip...

    Knee pain was common as well as lower back, hip pain too. My back pain cleared up after being fitted and I think yoga keeps that and the others away.
    Only one person mentioned "mashing" where...
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    Haven't you heard? Everytime you operate a...

    Haven't you heard? Everytime you operate a zipper half a cent is donated to the Canadian Inventors guild. You should go out of your way to thank us. 501's are really only cool on jeans.
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    Ha! I'm not the only one. I even built a shelf...

    Ha! I'm not the only one. I even built a shelf above where I rack my bikes in the garage, but stuff just wanders into the house.

    My wife wonders how I get anywhere at all clacking through the...
  18. So now it's okay, cool even to be a Fred, just...

    So now it's okay, cool even to be a Fred, just not a poseur?

    I am so confused...
  19. 42 is the answer to Life, the Universe and...

    42 is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything. 41 I don't know. So I'll bite. What's 41?
  20. Okay so correct me if I'm wrong, (this is the...

    Okay so correct me if I'm wrong, (this is the intrawebs after all). A poseur is someone who dresses up and buys the gear to look and act "pro". A Fred is a poseur with attitude?
  21. Ahhh, elitism. Got it. Thanks!

    Ahhh, elitism. Got it. Thanks!
  22. "Fred"? I've heard it and thought it was the...

    "Fred"? I've heard it and thought it was the screen name of a guy organizing the Michigan Mountain Mayhem ride.
    I'll be a newb and ask, what's a Fred?
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    I see a lot of my practises have been mentioned...

    I see a lot of my practises have been mentioned here. Stop lights are for stopping, stop signs are optional but yield as a minimum. This past weekend I watched a pair of cyclists almost get creamed...
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    It may have been me but I found that the way the...

    It may have been me but I found that the way the road shoes are designed is that there is a narrow fit and no give along the sides. I know I tried a Shimano shoe and another one but I don't recall...
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    I was in a similar frame of mind when I went...

    I was in a similar frame of mind when I went clipless on my Chicane. I've got a really wide foot, (flipper wide) and road shoes were so constrictive I'd lose feeling in my toes before I left my...
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