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  1. Do you get to work on time? That's all that...

    Do you get to work on time? That's all that matters.
  2. I commute and run errands daily on either my...

    I commute and run errands daily on either my Brompton or my Bike Friday except for the few occasions I WFH or the roads are too icy.
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    I've been riding on Schwalbe Marathons... no...

    I've been riding on Schwalbe Marathons... no punctures, plenty if smiles per mile.
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    1. Which bike is less exhaustive to use for...

    1. Which bike is less exhaustive to use for uphill road climbs? 20, 26, or 29? Which ever bike is piloted by a person who is up for the task.

    2. On flat roads, would I have difficulty pacing with...
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    IMHO a treated and cared for leather Brooks will...

    IMHO a treated and cared for leather Brooks will stand up to rain just like leather rucksacks, briefcases, bags, boots, shoes, jackets...
  6. I never thought that my folding bikes were cool...

    I never thought that my folding bikes were cool until now.
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    I refer to them as "big" or "larger" wheeled...

    I refer to them as "big" or "larger" wheeled bikes because that's what they are. ;)
  8. What I didn't like about the original Brompton...

    What I didn't like about the original Brompton saddle was that it wasn't a suspended leather saddle like a Brooks, Gyes or Persons.
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    Folding bike or not I haven't come across many...

    Folding bike or not I haven't come across many mechanics these days who have much experience working on coaster brakes anyway. IMHO it's more of a hassle to accomplish what you would like to do than...
  10. This. All I need is to keep the bike at a good...

    This.

    All I need is to keep the bike at a good height so that I can work on it while I'm standing upright and to allow the wheels and crank to spin. Even if I had to torque something down it...
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    In most cases I get questions about my Bike...

    In most cases I get questions about my Bike Friday but the comments I do get are from fellow cyclists and are generally positive. The very few times someone says something negative/idiotic I offer my...
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    I think calling the MIT V8 "hardy" is still a...

    I think calling the MIT V8 "hardy" is still a little premature. Give it a few more years and see how it fares. I have a few econo bikes that are still functional after several years but they...
  13. ... 107 years ago.

    ... 107 years ago.
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    That's what I had to do. The pedals, saddle,...

    That's what I had to do. The pedals, saddle, seatpost and tool pouch went into my carry on to make room for my sleeping bag and tent in the case. Volume vs weight management.
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    Initially I would only knock my ankle against the...

    Initially I would only knock my ankle against the stock wheels, not with any force, just enough to be annoying. I flipped the wheels so that the portion with the larger diameter is inboard and they...
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    I'd hate see how the swivel casters would fare....

    I'd hate see how the swivel casters would fare. After just the first couple of flights, my F'Lite had paint scuffs and gouges and looked seriously abused... less than 24 hours of handling by luggage...
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    You can find awesome stuff at Goodwill in big...

    You can find awesome stuff at Goodwill in big cities. Around here it's old farming and tobacco growing tools/implements, crappy 30 year old stereos and stained mattresses. Oh, I forgot to mention all...
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    30... I bought it last year for about $100....

    30... I bought it last year for about $100.
    http://www.amazon.com/Samsonite-Luggage-Upright-Wheeled-Suitcase/dp/B003CE7KXG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1397760676&sr=8-1&keywords=samsonite+F%27lite
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    Just a few things to consider even though my...

    Just a few things to consider even though my experience is apparently a rarity with this sort of setup. I bought a Samsonite F'Lite case last year, which is right at the 62" limit, and built a...
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    I have Schwalbe Marathons on my Brompton and Bike...

    I have Schwalbe Marathons on my Brompton and Bike Friday. Haven't any flats with them and they are good performers in the dry, wet and snow. They roll well and ride smoothly. They aren't inexpensive...
  21. Thread: Hey guys!

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    As one Dr. to another I'd like to prescribe a...

    As one Dr. to another I'd like to prescribe a dose of "humble pie" as a dietetic aid to help reduce the gluteus based affronts on other members of the forum (psychiatrists are their own most worthy...
  22. Yeah I was thinking the same thing... ain't no...

    Yeah I was thinking the same thing... ain't no way there's DB in cplager's photo... what a cheeky bastard! :love: And yes, David is one hell of an individual (been a fan since ~80 which grew when he...
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  24. My NWT does fold but it's not as elegantly as the...

    My NWT does fold but it's not as elegantly as the Brompton. There aren't any catches, snaps or magnets to keep it folded, I use velcro straps to keep everything together. Also my NWT doesn't really...
  25. I own both a Brompton and Bike Friday NWT and...

    I own both a Brompton and Bike Friday NWT and love both. I use my Brompton mainly for commuting because of it's quick and very compact fold. It's certainly a very capable bike but prefer the ride...
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