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    Aren't bikes--and riders--usually stopped during...

    Aren't bikes--and riders--usually stopped during a break?
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  3. FWIW, I'm 54, 5'11", 185 lbs. I train regularly...

    FWIW, I'm 54, 5'11", 185 lbs. I train regularly and ride long distances but I don't focus that much on performance. My FTP for 20 minutes is 225 watts, which would yield 209 watts for an hour using a...
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    When I feel like a sweat I either go ride hard or...

    When I feel like a sweat I either go ride hard or have Da Bomb Ground Zero. Like mconlonx says, powerful stuff.
  5. I have about 2500 km with the new version of the...

    I have about 2500 km with the new version of the headlamp and 500 km with the new version of the tail light and both are working as they should. Just a little rain--no snow yet.
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    Same for Adidas Evil Eye...

    Same for Adidas Evil Eye.
  7. Thread: The Rules?

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    The Keepers of the Cog (the four guys responsible...

    The Keepers of the Cog (the four guys responsible for the rules) are really great writers. They wrote a book (The Rules - The Way of the Cycling Discipline) where they expand on many of their rules....
  8. On long rides I send my course to my kids, tell...

    On long rides I send my course to my kids, tell them what time I should be back and use the "One Touch Location" Android app to publish my location to a web page every 10 minutes.
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    This train of thought is interesting. I've often...

    This train of thought is interesting. I've often found the same kind of reasoning here and there and, while it always made me uncomfortable, I couldn't find a satisfying answer as to why -- until...
  10. The older version -- or rather, what I surmise to...

    The older version -- or rather, what I surmise to be an older version -- of the light I replaced had the same connectors as the new one. Maybe you have an even older version.
  11. From the light's packaging: "Connection of the...

    From the light's packaging: "Connection of the ground cable is necessary, because the screw studs provide no ground connection."
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    Rule #19...

    Rule #19.
  13. Same here.

    Same here.
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    We already have rules to guide us on this issue....

    We already have rules to guide us on this issue. The first one that comes to mind is rule #25 and then, to determine total costs, we have rule #12.

    So simple.
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    53 m/h (85 km/h) for me. I never consider...

    53 m/h (85 km/h) for me.

    I never consider myself safe at that sort of speed and can't say I stay psyched for very long.
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  17. FWIW, looks like the conclusions in this Canadian...

    FWIW, looks like the conclusions in this Canadian report on cycling fatalities contradict the OP's report:


    There are two important factors in cycling fatalities which currently get insufficient...
  18. Exact same setup here. I just got my rear light...

    Exact same setup here. I just got my rear light replaced. Standby function was also not working and rear light would turn off for periods of time for no apparent reason. The earlier model of the B&M...
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    FWIW, my first Di2 installation used it. Held for...

    FWIW, my first Di2 installation used it. Held for 2 weeks before I started making holes in my frame to wire what I could internally. Changed the whole bike since for one with internal routing. Quite...
  20. +1 on tubelesse tires, which I've been using for...

    +1 on tubelesse tires, which I've been using for a few years for long distances. Way better than anything else. Less flats and 10-15 PSI lower pressure on 25cc so big difference in comfort, but...
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    Great question. I have a piece of tape on my...

    Great question.

    I have a piece of tape on my top tube with the letters L, R, P, NQ written on it, which stand for:


    Love, as in enjoy your riding.
    Ride, as in be efficient, relaxed, focused,...
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    I'm in Canada. I got my 2 SP hubs directly from...

    I'm in Canada. I got my 2 SP hubs directly from them in Taiwan. Easy to order and very fast shipping (faster than lots of stuff I get shipped from the US). I got the lights from Peter White. Brought...
  23. I went from living outside the city where I...

    I went from living outside the city where I worked and driving 60 000 km/year to living in the city, not working, foregoing the car and using a bike year-round for 99% of my transportation. I don't...
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    The bladder is a Camelback Antidote 2.0 L...

    The bladder is a Camelback Antidote 2.0 L with a few mods.
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    I use a Vaude Off Road M...

    I use a Vaude Off Road M seatpost bag and contrary to recommendations, have had it attached to a carbon seat post for > 15 000 km without any issues. The photo shows it in its non-extended form. It...
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