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    Which they could do because they paid us $1.10 an...

    Which they could do because they paid us $1.10 an hour.
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    see avatar...brother and sister. The male around...

    see avatar...brother and sister. The male around 22 lbs the other about 12. The cart is one of the best buys quality and price wise I've ever made, $100 from Nashbar.

    He is very well trained...
  3. I've got one of those as well. In fact, I've yet...

    I've got one of those as well. In fact, I've yet to find a head mounted mirror that didn't work just fine.
  4. correct, they are useful because they are...

    correct, they are useful because they are moveable and can be aimed at a specific area, but they are not delicate at all.
  5. Cycle Aware Reflex attached to the helmet or...

    Cycle Aware Reflex attached to the helmet or Take-A-Look attached to sun/clear/prescription glasses. Most efficient method available period. Stationary mounted mirrors are much to restrictive for...
  6. Poll: My proudest commuting moment..... I rode to...

    My proudest commuting moment.....

    I rode to work early a couple years ago only to find out about an hour after arriving that roads were closed to emergency travel only because of blizzard...
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    Poll: For some reason I wouldn't have thought of that. ...

    For some reason I wouldn't have thought of that. Good advice.
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    Poll: awww crap! sorry man....

    awww crap! sorry man....
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    ^^^ If that isn't the prototypical fall story, I...

    ^^^
    If that isn't the prototypical fall story, I don't know what is. Very funny to picture the scene yet we all feel for you at the same time.
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    Love my Alfine 8 on my Trek Soho. Curious about...

    Love my Alfine 8 on my Trek Soho. Curious about the maintenance though as I haven't done any yet. Anybody?
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    but sh*t happens so it does need to be said...

    but sh*t happens so it does need to be said actually. Let's say you unclip early anticipating dismounting and suddenly....you have to turn or accidentally turn the other direction.

    get what I'm...
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    Excellent point. I'd rather fall once in a blue...

    Excellent point. I'd rather fall once in a blue moon than experience that.
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    I can handle the pain of the fall, it's the...

    I can handle the pain of the fall, it's the embarrassment of others seeing you that hurts!

    btw, did anybody see it? If not, remember you don't have to admit it! ;)
  14. 12 posts in found my answer...normally only a...

    12 posts in found my answer...normally only a problem on the ride home. Otherwise, I have the perfect commute.
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    ...and good luck with that. The arsehole's at...

    ...and good luck with that. The arsehole's at my company, in spite of a huge building, have no interest in accommodating literally a handful of cyclists. :rolleyes:
  16. Just as ShadowGray said in the second post..... ...

    Just as ShadowGray said in the second post.....

    I have a Trek Soho and it's pretty heavy as it has an IGH with rack and fenders and it has 700X32. Also have a converted mt bike with rigid fork,...
  17. Most days I use the Keen Austin. They are heavy...

    Most days I use the Keen Austin. They are heavy and clunky and take a bit of getting used to but if you don't have to walk alot, they're fine. I would describe the style a business casual kind of...
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    I will readily at least attempt to direct traffic...

    I will readily at least attempt to direct traffic when necessary whether it be hand signals, taking the lane or both. Of course how authoritative I am depends much on the size and speed of the...
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    About to try a pair of Maxxis Re-Fuse. I'll let...

    About to try a pair of Maxxis Re-Fuse. I'll let you know.
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    Sharing the road requires 360 degree visual...

    Sharing the road requires 360 degree visual awareness as close to 100% of the time as possible. Not only does it keep you safer, it prevents you from being a burden on other road users. This is not...
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    No love for the Dinotte on here, I don't get it. ...

    No love for the Dinotte on here, I don't get it. Too expensive?
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    Love my Trek Soho with Alfine 8. I've added a...

    Love my Trek Soho with Alfine 8. I've added a Bontrager rack and trunk bag and fenders. 311891

    Really like that Scott btw, Steely.
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    Wise advice and that certainly is a cost...

    Wise advice and that certainly is a cost effective way of being visible but as far as being more effective, that's questionable.

    I don't bother with the Dinotte in the daytime but I ride in sparse...
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    thread should have ended there....can't believe...

    thread should have ended there....can't believe this same response wasn't mentioned numerous times.
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    If you're referring to me as the troll, I'm...

    If you're referring to me as the troll, I'm sorry, that is not my intent. One of the biggest, if not the biggest keys to staying safe while sharing the road in any vehicle, is 360 degree visual...
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