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    Thanks for the responses. This was my first week...

    Thanks for the responses. This was my first week at the new job, but I am not yet moved over there so I am driving from my temporary living to work each day, and then driving back to Wenatchee at...
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    Summary of WA state helmet requirements: ...

    Summary of WA state helmet requirements:




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    Marysville - Everett

    I am a daily bicycle commuter already, though my current route is only 6 miles each way compared to close to 20 miles for what is going to be my new commute.

    I am curious if anyone has any...
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    It is the Trek Navigator. Just a simple...

    It is the Trek Navigator. Just a simple comfort/beach cruiser. We have a 10 mile loop trail down by the river here in town. At first she could barely do a couple of miles. Now she does the whole...
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    I got my wife the bike she wanted, three years...

    I got my wife the bike she wanted, three years ago. She rode it a couple of times, then it sat in the garage collecting dust, until a few months ago. Now she rides it almost every day. She has...
  6. Thread: Route Advice

    by dlester
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    I will be going back and forth between the...

    I will be going back and forth between the Redmond Inn, which is near Marymoore Park (I probably didn't spell that right) and the Yarrow Bay Office Park in Kirkland (10604 NE 38th Pl).
  7. Thread: Route Advice

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    Route Advice

    I am not very familiar with the cycling over in the Kirkland/Redmond area, but I am going to be there next week taking a class in Kirkland and staying at a hotel in Redmond.

    While at home, in...
  8. Thread: Headlights

    by dlester
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    I don't know yet how long it will run. I suspect...

    I don't know yet how long it will run. I suspect longer than 1hr since the one I used last year was rated the same and it lasted for about 90 minutes, but I won't know for sure until I drain it. My...
  9. Thread: Headlights

    by dlester
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    Headlights

    I commute year 'round, and have a few different flashlights I have used to see during the months where daylight is a precious commodity.

    I just picked up a new one for this winter and mounted it...
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    I think this depends a lot on the particular LBS....

    I think this depends a lot on the particular LBS. The one I frequent, by far the most, does cycling during the common cycling months, and cross country/nordic skiing during the snow months. You can...
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    My cadence is a pretty constant 80 to 85 all the...

    My cadence is a pretty constant 80 to 85 all the time. I took the Sheldon Brown article to heart when I started riding again a few years ago. He talks about the perfect bicycle that has infinite...
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    I have used both kinds from www.love2pedal.com...

    I have used both kinds from www.love2pedal.com. As odd as it will sound, I liked the cheaper kind better, though your mileage may vary. I found the Falconi brand to be much more comfortable, and...
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    Whenever I read this theory I have to admit I...

    Whenever I read this theory I have to admit I find it amusing. The response I typically make is that you never see a fat Ethiopian. Yes, it is politically incorrect, insensitive, whatever you want...
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    I am not excusing the behavior, but it is all too easy to get a chip on your shoulder about the bike lanes. An extremely common thing to see around here, which I have NEVER seen anyone ticketed for,...
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    I am not going to go so far as to say that...

    I am not going to go so far as to say that Messenger Bags 'suck', but they are not for me. In the summer months I am frequently riding home in temperatures in excess of 100 degrees. The last thing...
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    I am kind of surprised nobody has mentioned...

    I am kind of surprised nobody has mentioned www.love2pedal.com. I have used their bibs and their mountain biking shorts, and they have their forever valid CLYD coupon code that pretty much covers...
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    Bandwidth quota exceeded for today on...

    Bandwidth quota exceeded for today on PhotoBucket. I will have to check out the pics tomorrow.
  18. Thread: RoadID

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    I don't live my life with that much worry. There...

    I don't live my life with that much worry. There are accidents where people lose entire limbs, get beheaded, disappear under wreckage or mud or water, or get burned beyond recognition. Having any...
  19. Thread: RoadID

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    Offering up a coupon code sure opened up a can of...

    Offering up a coupon code sure opened up a can of worms ;)

    I received my RoadID today. The shoe model is pretty nice. I have it installed on my left cycling shoe and I don't ever have to worry...
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    I tried quite a few normal head bands as well as...

    I tried quite a few normal head bands as well as the 'gimmicky' kind like the SweatGutr and HaloII, and out of all of them, hands down, the HaloII is the best.
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    I am also in the camp that if it isn't printed on...

    I am also in the camp that if it isn't printed on the tag it isn't going to be of any real use in an emergency. I didn't opt for the interactive model. It is a good idea in concept, but I work for...
  22. I have the CO2 for the road bike, but I use a...

    I have the CO2 for the road bike, but I use a Road Morph on the commuter and a Mountain Morph on the mountain bike. There are always scenarios where I may have wished I had brought a pump on a long...
  23. Thread: RoadID

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    I don't actually have mine yet since I just...

    I don't actually have mine yet since I just ordered it, but I did get my email this morning letting me know it had shipped, so I should be seeing it soon.

    I had some concerns similar to some...
  24. Thread: RoadID

    by dlester
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    RoadID

    I finally broke down and bought a RoadID, which I should have done long ago. If you are thinking of getting one, here is a courtesy $1 off code:

    ThanksDonaldL791817
  25. Do you have a BP machine at home? I am totally...

    Do you have a BP machine at home? I am totally off the meds now, but I had a pretty healthy dose 100 pounds ago. I was 'lucky' in that I work for a medical facility and could just email my doctor...
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