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    One of my favorite Burning Man bikes: ...

    One of my favorite Burning Man bikes:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6W7SLpdNaU
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    Oh, and to steer back to the original post, a...

    Oh, and to steer back to the original post, a google image search for "burning man bikes" always brings up some fun stuff.
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    You could say it's a big art festival that...

    You could say it's a big art festival that features large scale art installations, many of which are burned at the end. Sort of a meditation on the impermanence of things while legally getting in...
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    I believe the total size of the event is about 7...

    I believe the total size of the event is about 7 square miles. Somebody calculated that all the roads add up to around 60 miles. You can get around on foot, but many destinations are an epic trek,...
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    Heh, I'm lazy too, which is why I would have...

    Heh, I'm lazy too, which is why I would have parked once and walked to the different stores. I find parking and maneuvering a car in a commercial area to be a much bigger PITA than just walking, so...
  6. There's some pretty good advice in here. I hope...

    There's some pretty good advice in here. I hope the OP came back and read it at some point.
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    I use a Cross Check for short to mid-range...

    I use a Cross Check for short to mid-range touring with moderate loads. It's been great for me. I'm now using 4 small panniers to spread the load out, and because they are small, I don't have heel...
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    Sticky: Poll: That's really all I am looking to get out of...

    That's really all I am looking to get out of this, to be left alone. People can argue the merits or fallacies of bicycle helmets all day long, but I'm not too invested in that debate. I have studied...
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    Sticky: Poll: Confronted by another helmet nanny today. Riding...

    Confronted by another helmet nanny today. Riding along with my wife, both of us un-helmeted, my wife waves at a cyclist going the other direction. The guy returns the greeting with a smug look while...
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    We know who is in the wrong because he ran away...

    We know who is in the wrong because he ran away and is hiding like a coward. If he had a single leg to stand on, he'd step up and defend his actions. But he doesn't, so he won't.
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    I can also see that the BMX'er is not looking to...

    I can also see that the BMX'er is not looking to his right or his left. He's only looking straight ahead as they approach the bus. So you think the other rider should be responsible for looking to...
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    Personally I have no problem with someone passing...

    Personally I have no problem with someone passing me on the wrong side, as long as there is room for them to make the maneuver and I don't have to self-correct to accommodate them. But watch the...
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    He didn't see the BMX rider, because like any...

    He didn't see the BMX rider, because like any safe cyclist on a road where vehicles stay to the left, he was concentrating on the traffic to his right when he was about to overtake a parked bus, not...
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    He explained in the youtube comments. It was...

    He explained in the youtube comments. It was written in somewhat broken English, so I've changed a few words to clarify what I think he meant:

    "My chain came [off] and the cyclist [behind me...
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    One thing that motivates me in difficult physical...

    One thing that motivates me in difficult physical undertakings is something I remembered from a documentary called "Touching the Void." It's a good movie, and I recommend it, so I'll try not to give...
  16. Thread: Back-Up Bike

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    My backup bike is a Trek Earl, although I would...

    My backup bike is a Trek Earl, although I would say it gets equal riding time.

    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/Bikes/earl01_zps6b5d1168.jpg
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    Yes, there are numerous campgrounds along the CA...

    Yes, there are numerous campgrounds along the CA coast that have sections designated for hike-in/bike-in campers, the idea being to provide them with space when the campground is otherwise full, and...
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    I looked through all my touring photos and didn't...

    I looked through all my touring photos and didn't really find a standout, so I wouldn't call this a "best" but I think it's interesting.
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    Where I live there are sorts of variations. I wouldn't be able to make any generalizations. I use RockyMounts roof racks on a Subaru wagon so I can carry bikes and still access the hatchback.
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    Cool. I've been keeping an eye out to see if...

    Cool. I've been keeping an eye out to see if they're heading to my town, but they don't seem to tour much.


    Oh, nice pairing of old school funk.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhaRkWfaq10

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhaRkWfaq10
  22. Except I have a major problem with singling out...

    Except I have a major problem with singling out just one group because it doesn't address the overall issue and results in absolutely nothing except flame wars. What we are really talking about here...
  23. huizar: Several of the Post's columnists have...

    huizar: Several of the Post's columnists have gotten into the act since Milloy's column was posted. I know a lot of people are accusing them of posting "click-bait" and I'm starting to believe it....
  24. I'd be hard pressed to find a valid point in that...

    I'd be hard pressed to find a valid point in that ridiculous diatribe. This is illustrated quite humorously in my favorite reader comment after the article:
  25. Nice one, 905. Here's another take: ...

    Nice one, 905. Here's another take:

    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/Bikes/broomd_zpsc3f839ad.jpg
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