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  1. Check out the tire hook on these clincher rims....

    Check out the tire hook on these clincher rims. Completely flattens out. Taiwanese or Chinese?

    http://i1253.photobucket.com/albums/hh594/bruceljy/_DSC1584_.jpg
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    Lazer Genesis ...

    Lazer Genesis (not helium) is one of the slimmest around.
  3. Thread: Icy-Hot

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    Icy Hot and ATOMIC BAAAAAAALMMMMM...

    Icy Hot and ATOMIC BAAAAAAALMMMMM along with a slew of others contain methyl salicylate, which is a form of aspirin. Some of it is gonna make its way past the surface of your skin, but I'm not sure...
  4. Thread: Mini Pump / CO2

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    I gave the AirStick SL a test run, it works well...

    I gave the AirStick SL a test run, it works well for what it is: a compact, light, very portable little pump. It's not fast, it will get you to ridable pressures without too much fuss. I liked it...
  5. +1 for Spesh S-Works. Tested it virtually back to...

    +1 for Spesh S-Works. Tested it virtually back to back against the Volt and Lazer Genesis -- it beat them both hands down for venting:

    http://www.supplesse.com/review-specialized-s-works-helmet/
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    Works with the Specialized S-Works helmet too:...

    Works with the Specialized S-Works helmet too: http://www.supplesse.com/review-specialized-s-works-helmet/
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    Smith Pivlocks are great. The Pivlock v90 Max are...

    Smith Pivlocks are great. The Pivlock v90 Max are pretty awesome for big coverage:

    http://www.supplesse.com/review-smith-pivlock-v90-max/
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    Assuming the Volt fits your head shape, i think...

    Assuming the Volt fits your head shape, i think the retention setup, with the ability to slide the rear clasp up and down, makes it one of the comfiest, airy helmets around. Helmet weight is...
  9. Thread: Photographers?

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    i've had the urge to shoot cycling product lately...

    i've had the urge to shoot cycling product lately (http://supplesse.tumblr.com). Fun!
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  10. Thread: Romin/Toupe

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    I posted a review of the romin a little while...

    I posted a review of the romin a little while back. I used a 143 toupe, and the romin 143 fit nicely for me. The biggest complaint many have is the width of the nose. if you can, find a Spesh dealer...
  11. Thread: Sun Assaults

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    Sun Assaults

    Guys, any thoughts on these wheels? Anyone running Sun Assault rims... how's the durability for you?...
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    I used to run 42s, but I moved to 40s. Wider bars...

    I used to run 42s, but I moved to 40s. Wider bars add reach to the cockpit. I was just on the edge of my fit, and narrower bars made the difference. Wider bars put a little more stress on my upper...
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    Found an answer here -- thank you grasschopper:...

    Found an answer here -- thank you grasschopper: http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?583960-New-Specialized-Romin-Saddle
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    Toupe vs Romin: Noses

    Question to those of you with Specialized Romin saddles: is the nose wider than that of a comparable (say 143mm) sized Toupe? Thank.
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    Radars with vr50 photochromic lens... they're fab.

    Radars with vr50 photochromic lens... they're fab.
  16. Thread: Hot r Not

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    cannondale supersix 2010 ...

    cannondale supersix 2010

    http://velospace.org/files/IMG_0769b.jpg
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    I use a Sigma BC 1106 (wired). It's been rock...

    I use a Sigma BC 1106 (wired). It's been rock solid in all conditions. These are the same models that CSC/Saxobank uses. I used to use wireless, the last being Cateye 300 double wireless, but the...
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    Sticky: 2010 SuperSix HM ...

    2010 SuperSix HM

    http://velospace.org/files/IMG_0769b.jpg
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    2010 Super Six Hi-Mod ...

    2010 Super Six Hi-Mod

    http://velospace.org/files/IMG_0769b.jpg
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    Don't forget blue loctite and torque to spec on...

    Don't forget blue loctite and torque to spec on the chainring bolts.
  21. Amongst these in your price range, Forte Titans...

    Amongst these in your price range, Forte Titans every time. Get them tensioned once you purchase them, and retensioned after 1k miles or so, or if you hear creaking not related to spoke rubbing at...
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    Their wheels with the "M" designation (e.g....

    Their wheels with the "M" designation (e.g. M28's) have silent hubs. These are up in the 1740gm range, +/-.
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    Is it hard to keep matte finish frames clean?...

    Is it hard to keep matte finish frames clean? Assuming you can't really wax them... do they pick up stains that are tough to remove?
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    Hope this isn't a thread hijack but personally, I...

    Hope this isn't a thread hijack but personally, I prefer grippier saddles. Sometimes this is a combination of saddle and bibshorts material. Anyone know how to make a saddle grippier?
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    Could those of you running Soul 4.0's confirm...

    Could those of you running Soul 4.0's confirm this? Thinking of picking up a pair soon. Thanks.
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