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    Actually, it is. Some information on the issue...

    Actually, it is. Some information on the issue here:

    http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/aftermarket-radio.html
  2. Thread: comfort a TT

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    I use my tri bike for all of my solo rides. It's...

    I use my tri bike for all of my solo rides. It's just as comfortable as my road bike. I've ridden up to 150km with no comfort issues at all. My bike/position is shown in post #34 in this thread:...
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    Because some people, such as my wife, don't...

    Because some people, such as my wife, don't absorb B12 properly and need to take massive doses of it to absorb the required amount.
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    Sticky: http://www.cbss.ca/images/CBTG2006/15kITT/DSCF0118...

    http://www.cbss.ca/images/CBTG2006/15kITT/DSCF0118.JPG
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    As others have said, the reason to use 650C...

    As others have said, the reason to use 650C wheels is geometry. On smaller bikes it allows for less toe overlap with the front wheel, and lets you get lower on the front end.
    For example, my P3...
  6. Do they need to be Yakima in particular? If not,...

    Do they need to be Yakima in particular? If not, Thule sells just the tray portion as a spare part.
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    You could look into some side entry bottle cages.

    You could look into some side entry bottle cages.
  8. Sounds familiar. I just picked one up too. A...

    Sounds familiar. I just picked one up too. A couple weeks ago my wife and I were going into the LBS to get some new arm/knee warmers. The night before she jokes with me (or so she thought) "what...
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    Click File-Save As Choose Web Page Complete The...

    Click File-Save As
    Choose Web Page Complete
    The picture will be in the folder created.
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    I just cut some of the tread off of mine and it...

    I just cut some of the tread off of mine and it fixed the problem.
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    My wife was feeling exacly like that this spring....

    My wife was feeling exacly like that this spring. It turns out that her B12 level was almost zero (it was unreadably low). You may want to have that checked out.
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    Rowing definitely makes for incredibly strong...

    Rowing definitely makes for incredibly strong legs. When I was rowing in university (varsity lightweight) I weighed about 150lbs and could leg press nearly 1000lbs and squat over 400. I was doing...
  13. Something to keep in mind; it is difficult to...

    Something to keep in mind; it is difficult to find attachments for them in North America. The only bike carriers I could find that mount directly to mine were through the dealer. The local Thule...
  14. Yes, why? Well, mine are actually Volkswagens...

    Yes, why? Well, mine are actually Volkswagens equivalent (made by Thule for VW)
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    Except that you have to buy a pump to get it in...

    Except that you have to buy a pump to get it in there!
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    That bike is DEFINITELY aluminum. You can very...

    That bike is DEFINITELY aluminum. You can very clearly see the welds here:

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/tech/probikes/?id=julich_csc_cervelo/dsc00688
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    Apparently they just announced (via dealer email)...

    Apparently they just announced (via dealer email) that they will be releasing a carbon fibre soloist in early 2006. Unfortunately no pictures or other details were given.
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    Even monocoque frames are still glued. Monocoque...

    Even monocoque frames are still glued. Monocoque frames are still made from multiple sheets of fibre which are glued together to create the monocoque.
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    I love mine. The geometry is exactly the same as...

    I love mine. The geometry is exactly the same as the R2.5.
    I also read forum.slowtwitch.com where Gerard Vroomen (founder of Cervelo) posts frequently. He recommends the Soloist over the R2.5 in...
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    Here is the entire document: ...

    Here is the entire document:

    http://www.usantidoping.org/files/active/arbitration_rulings/AAA_CAS%20Decision%20-%20Hamilton.pdf

    Take a look at the last seven pages for Christopher Campbells...
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    Not sure where people get the idea that Oakley...

    Not sure where people get the idea that Oakley changed their replacement policy. I had my Pro M Frames replaced less than a year ago (my 100lb Retriever sat on them); all it cost me was shipping....
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    Why not just drill it out and tap it at the next...

    Why not just drill it out and tap it at the next size up?
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    I've got a Soloist, and it is by no means a harsh...

    I've got a Soloist, and it is by no means a harsh ride.
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    Sadly...no, I'm not kidding.

    Sadly...no, I'm not kidding.
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    Someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but...

    Someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that POUND FOR POUND cyclists probably do more damage to the roads. We use much higher tyre pressures so...
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