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    The Mirrycle website has the set up instructions....

    The Mirrycle website has the set up instructions. They recommend having the top of the base parallel to the floor, which is exactly the direction the jolt from bumpy roads would move the mirror arm...
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    I didn't see any specific discussions on...

    I didn't see any specific discussions on HammockForums.net about carrying a hammock on your bike, although I did notice a few threads with DIY projects for portable stands that might be light enough...
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    How does vibration and adjustability compare...

    How does vibration and adjustability compare between the Mirrycle and the Blackburn? I 've read that they are susceptible to moving with even minor bumps on the road, so that with each jolt you have...
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    The Selle Italia Eyelink mirror is quite...

    The Selle Italia Eyelink mirror is quite expensive. Rather than taking the plunge, I think it makes sense to ask here if anyone has had any experience with it. That's one of the purposes of the...
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    Thank you Dc5e...

    Thank you Dc5e and shipwreck for your information about the Handy Hammock. I found a few YouTube videos showing the set up and some modifications/improvements. As some of the videos say, the Handy...
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    My feelings exactly. There are times when I may...

    My feelings exactly. There are times when I may have to use a tent anyway (e.g., group camping), but if I'm going on a solo trip I prefer to take a hammock with me.
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    Lightweight hammock stand

    I'm looking for opinions on hammock stands that are lightweight enough to carry on your bike on a regular basis.

    I'm thinking of those situations where a tree or pole may not be available, and...
  8. Thread: Chain guards

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    Thanks for the responses. I can see now the...

    Thanks for the responses. I can see now the longer bolts would use the same holes that keep the crank arm and larger chainring together.

    As a curiosity, an additional search on Google rendered...
  9. Thread: Chain guards

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    Chain guard question

    I have a VERO Triple 50/39/30 crankset on my bike (http://www.fullspeedahead.com/products/647/VERO-TRIPLE-503930-CRANKSET). I would like to install a circular chain guard on the outside of the...
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    The owner does say to email or phone him/her for...

    The owner does say to email or phone him/her for more information ("Za detaljnije informacije kontakt mailom ili telefonom"). Ask if there are any names printed on the derailleurs, the crank arms,...
  11. Thread: Modesty Patch

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    Is that the outlet store in Newport on East Main...

    Is that the outlet store in Newport on East Main street? I don't have a LG nearby, and the main LG website does not show individual pads. Oh, well...
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    For what it's worth, there is a set of Bianchi...

    For what it's worth, there is a set of Bianchi stickers on eBay (http://www.ebay.com/itm/300696863141) that looks very close to the stickers on that bike: a circular Bianchi logo on the seat tube,...
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    I actually bought one of those, the Top Shelf...

    I actually bought one of those, the Top Shelf multi-layered pad (MLP) (http://www.aerotechdesigns.com/metopshmlpch.html), but they are 35cm. long, about 5cm. less than the other Adidas bibs and...
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    Thanks you for the information, it's good to...

    Thanks you for the information, it's good to know. Now, their pads are not much longer than my current one (only 1-2 cm difference). Even if I used their services, they would replace a pad with...
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    I don't have any throwawayshorts yet, but that's...

    I don't have any throwawayshorts yet, but that's a good idea. I got this LaFonte basic insert from eBay thinking I could cut the patch from this material, but the insert was 1 cm thick (looking at...
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    Modesty Patch

    I recently bought a pair of Adidas cycling bib knickers (made in 2006, new with tags). I knew this model came with a shorter-than-usual pad as per customer reviews, but they are really comfortable,...
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    Pad replacement

    On the off chance that someone may know someone: I'm looking for a shop in the Toronto area that would do alterations of cycling bib shorts. I have a pair of like-new Adidas (Lycra and Elasthane) bib...
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    Well, those who miss good old Jan Buco (or...

    Well, those who miss good old Jan Buco (or similar spelling) from High Park Cycles, worry not no more, 'cause reports have surfaced of what seems to be Jan's long lost brother from overseas (or...
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    Sticky: Is that a Spanninga Pixeo on the rear fender? If...

    Is that a Spanninga Pixeo on the rear fender? If so, have you had any problems constantly removing the screw to replace the batteries? I've used the correct screwdriver (small Phillips) to remove...
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    I hear you about those fees. FedEx does the same....

    I hear you about those fees. FedEx does the same. I got an invoice from them 2 months after I received the item, claiming import fees that were almost the value of the item. There was no fighting it....
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    Sticky: So what areas are you going to be riding in? Any...

    So what areas are you going to be riding in? Any particular routes you're looking forward to?
  22. First High Park Cycles, now Dr. Jamie's Bike Clinic

    So, apparently Dr. Jamie's Bike Clinic in the Junction area in Toronto has also closed, following the closure a few months ago of its neighbor, High Park Cycles.

    It's ironic that the old guy from...
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    I don't know the other racers well enough to just...

    I don't know the other racers well enough to just ask them what they are using. Not sure if there's a protocol for that type of thing (I don't want to rub other riders the wrong way).

    In table...
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    Well, on this thread (the Cyclocross forum) I'm...

    Well, on this thread (the Cyclocross forum) I'm also asking for suggestions besides Kool Stop from cyclocross practitioners, something unique to this particular forum.
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    I see. That's what I've done in the past, but...

    I see. That's what I've done in the past, but just because the lock nut/cone on the drive side were too tight, and they came off easier on the non-drive side, or because the freewheel was stuck, so...
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