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    To follow up on this I'd like to say there are...

    To follow up on this I'd like to say there are many different bikes used on an MS ride however, the most efficient way to do the longer distance is on a road bike of some sort. Be it a full on racer,...
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    Sticky: My new San Jose SSCX. 228170

    My new San Jose SSCX.
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    Six years later and I'm not finding much on these...

    Six years later and I'm not finding much on these tires either.
    Do you still use these? Have you moved on? What would you say today about them?
  4. Here's how my Origin 8 700CX built up. It's heavy...

    Here's how my Origin 8 700CX built up. It's heavy but, rides fine. Note, it does fit a mtb crankset best.
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    I am using clinchers, last year with latex and...

    I am using clinchers, last year with latex and this year with FOSS tubes.
    In the middle of last cx season, my first, I learned an interesting way to determine tire pressure.
    Overlay your thumbs...
  6. 225261 Just passed this frame off to a friend...

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    Just passed this frame off to a friend who wanted to do cross on a cross bike.
    It was a house brand hybrid from a shop in Wisconson that I bought off CL for $100. Wheels custom built from...
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    Sticky: I'd cut and tip that guitar string of a rear...

    I'd cut and tip that guitar string of a rear derailuer cable.
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    Sticky: Holy cow... How much of what are you...

    Holy cow...

    How much of what are you carrying? I know randoneurs who travel with less.
    Certainly hope you don't come across any must haves while you're out.

    In my younger days, when I'd...
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    Sticky: This moving thing and weather is killing my...

    This moving thing and weather is killing my saddle time.
    Relatively short and cold ride yesterday. Bailed on morning shop ride today but, tried to save face by riding to work.
  11. I got my 500 a little over a year ago. I now have...

    I got my 500 a little over a year ago. I now have a year's worth of data that is tracking my fitness and training progress.
    I have target zones and am developing a training program for this racing...
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    Living in Florida we ride year round, barring the...

    Living in Florida we ride year round, barring the really nasties. I haven't really used my fixie very much this winter, and I haven't used it on the trainer at all, however. If you use a fixed gear...
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    Sticky: Rain, rain. Go away. I might use, the trainer...

    Rain, rain.
    Go away.
    I might use,
    the trainer today.
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    You can ignore most of what has already been...

    You can ignore most of what has already been said. An upgrade to 105 is easier than you'd think. If you do go with 105 10s brifters you will need to change your cassette and maybe chain. You already...
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    Sticky: I just might be in Lake Mary, we'll see. For some...

    I just might be in Lake Mary, we'll see. For some reason I thought that was further south but, it's not too much past Deland.
    I do think that I prefer road races to crits, however, I've only done...
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    Sticky: I'm in the middle of the move that never ends, so...

    I'm in the middle of the move that never ends, so riding is taking a back seat. I'm not sure of miles etc right now but, they are fairly low.
    I did a race in DeLeon Springs, FL on sunday and got...
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    Gainesville and Clermont are both good places to...

    Gainesville and Clermont are both good places to ride. Especially if you get some ride maps from the big century rides.

    Here's a link for the Gainesville Cycling Festival.
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    Sticky: Too much to do before work this afternoon, so no...

    Too much to do before work this afternoon, so no ride for me. Maybe later, like on the trainer. Maybe, I hate the trainer.
    I did get in a solid 30 yesterday, and let me tell you it was windy. Early...
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    Not missing much this time of year in J'ville...

    Not missing much this time of year in J'ville anyway.

    Clermont is good riding though. Find the afore mentioned roads to ride. get with the local shops or find a map for the Horrible Hundred.
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    Sticky: A little ride in the rain today. It wasn't...

    A little ride in the rain today. It wasn't miserable, even though I was soaked through by the time I was done. Any colder than it was and it'd have been nasty.
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    Sticky: Back on the road bike again. 20+ miles today on...

    Back on the road bike again. 20+ miles today on the fixie though, just for fun this morning.
    Decent and comfortable weather for riding.
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    A tight geometry cross frame under full load will...

    A tight geometry cross frame under full load will spread and be more comfortable on a tour.
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    ^^^ because scram is the latest, greatest and...

    ^^^ because scram is the latest, greatest and lightest thing out there, although I'm still not ready to jump on that bandwagon.

    IMHO wheels are the best, single, upgrade. Other things that...
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    I started out on a single speed 36x18. Then I got...

    I started out on a single speed 36x18. Then I got a new ride with a 46/36 x 12/25, I live in florida where its quite flat and luckily we've had no mud, so this has been fine for me. I normally run a...
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    Sticky: What's up with your fit? Is your seatpost really...

    What's up with your fit? Is your seatpost really backwards?
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