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    Sticky: Yup, can still steer just fine. Rides really...

    Yup, can still steer just fine. Rides really well...

    I had the key ring / ID badge one. Worked OK. This is the same concept from Showers Pass. Longer, and smoother. Made for this application.

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    Sticky: https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3853/14844966928_f0...

    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3853/14844966928_f0d5fff1d1_b.jpgyard sale by mbeganyi, on Flickr

    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3840/15008530336_bb8b453ec9_b.jpgIMG_3162 by mbeganyi, on Flickr
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    Sticky: thats a hot looking rig. but wow, what a name for...

    thats a hot looking rig. but wow, what a name for a bike.
  4. Thread: Frame bags?

    by bmike
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    a frame bag is generally as wide as bottles (or...

    a frame bag is generally as wide as bottles (or less), if you don't overstuff it. i can stuff the full frame bag full of crap on my Fargo and not hit my knees. same goes for the IF when running a...
  5. Yes. Love it for its size and weight. Although a...

    Yes. Love it for its size and weight. Although a friend has the Moment and it's side entry is really nice.
  6. Quick Overnight - Road, Trail, Dirt Road, Single Track

    Quick, solo overnight. Road, TAM (trail around Middlebury), dirt road, Leicester Hollow trail to Silver Lake for a night in the woods.

    There is more riding down that way, that I've explored on 2...
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    really depends on fit... i am broad shouldered,...

    really depends on fit... i am broad shouldered, and just more comfortable on a wide bar. 46cm woodchippers on my fargo, 46cm cowbells on my indy fab. i was running 44 nittos on the indy fab prior to...
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    you've seen these before... ...

    you've seen these before...

    https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2811/13828232335_ca7c7a6eb7_b.jpgfargo in revelate kit by mbeganyi, on Flickr
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    How wide a bar are you running? On a 42, you...

    How wide a bar are you running? On a 42, you *might* have issues, but I can't imagine that will be a problem with the Acorn. IIRC there is only about 2" of throw on the lever. (been a long time since...
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    :thumb:

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    that is the nitto mark's rack. love that thing......

    that is the nitto mark's rack. love that thing... although i'm pretty much rackless these days.
    it is a good fit for a harness. you can let the bag sit on there, but clip it to the bars.
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    https://farm7.staticflickr.com/6138/6015757987_aec...

    https://farm7.staticflickr.com/6138/6015757987_aecfa4e736_b.jpgMiddle, of Moose River Plains by mbeganyi, on Flickr
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    this sort of feed bag? or the little bento box...

    this sort of feed bag? or the little bento box thing that sits on the top tube? i can stuff a water bottle in these (i have a left and right) or my camera, tons of food, then wrappers go into the...
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    yup, all true. works for me, might not work for...

    yup, all true.
    works for me, might not work for you.
    regarding packing the V - yeah, you can bury stuff in there, for sure. spare tire went in there on the 400k. then night layers, then assorted...
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    i use my revelate bag all the time... last long...

    i use my revelate bag all the time... last long brevet i did was a 400k a couple of years ago. have used it on all sorts of short stuff.

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    Ortlieb bar bag, Revelate vissacha (but custom,...
  16. Thread: Lantiseptic???

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    yes, works great... have used it on bikepacking...

    yes, works great... have used it on bikepacking trips, brevets, and long long rides.
    put some small tubes in your kit. or buy a tub and put some into some baggies.
    make sure you have some rubber...
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    Sticky: https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3860/14531725071_e0...

    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3860/14531725071_e01b0a878f_b.jpg
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    Testing a salsa down under rack.
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    I did use my Hennessy fly once as a tarp. It...

    I did use my Hennessy fly once as a tarp. It would have been laughable had the rain poured in overnight. I was on a pad and in a down bag. I did have a bivy with me, but set it up, didn't like how it...
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    Sticky: That is a pretty bicycle. Well done.

    That is a pretty bicycle. Well done.
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    i got one of the B+M mounts to work with my paul...

    i got one of the B+M mounts to work with my paul racers. i think peter white has a chart with what tends to work with what.
    the pressed metal one i had previous did not work with the straddle cable...
  21. Salsa Fargo is steel.... always has been. Unless...

    Salsa Fargo is steel.... always has been. Unless you get the Ti version...
  22. ortliebs, click them onto the shopping cart...

    ortliebs, click them onto the shopping cart sides. fill them as you go so you don't over shop.
    empty them at checkout, then fill them back up.
    heavy stuff at the bottom, eggs, bread, etc. on top....
  23. I just moved from integrated 10spd campy to 9spd...

    I just moved from integrated 10spd campy to 9spd bar ends (so i can use sram / shimano stuff). tired of paying for chains / cassettes. And the 10spd stuff just wears faster with all the dirt roads...
  24. Thread: Finger Lakes

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    Talk to Jim at Geneva Bikes. GBC : Geneva...

    Talk to Jim at Geneva Bikes.
    GBC : Geneva Bicycle Center : Home

    Thats another good start / stop town.
    Rochester / Syracuse aren't too far off if you are looking for urban stuff to do.
    Ithaca...
  25. Thread: Finger Lakes

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    Canandaigua or Ithaca are good bases. Lots of...

    Canandaigua or Ithaca are good bases. Lots of lovely rides from either location. Bring the climbing legs.
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