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    Senior Member MrCjolsen's Avatar
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    I need to brag a little bit.

    5 days
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    thomas masini lives
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    come on now dont lie

    rounding up doesnt count
    not a 2ksuck'r

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    Davis is flat so it dont counts

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCjolsen View Post
    5 days
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    198?
    just round up to 200.

    i rode my bike 4 miles in the rain last saturday to buy a 67mm circular polarizing filter.
    filled the frame with water.

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    39.6 miles a day, according to my calculator watch
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    i reside in VA, ride in VA
    most likely when i die, im gon' die in VA

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    Senior Member MrCjolsen's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathhare View Post
    Davis is flat so it dont counts
    That is true. But it was back and forth to a summer teachers' institute. Thus, I often carried multiple teacher textbooks in my panniers. Also, the levees over the American river are steep.

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    you wear panties? **** man...ok it counts.
    keep it up.

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    did you read this


    is this list a personal best

    if so what was the previous record
    not a 2ksuck'r

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    Quote Originally Posted by doofo View Post
    did you read this


    is this list a personal best

    if so what was the previous record
    those disc wheels are sick.

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    ****in hipster, aparently he is too cool to have his chain connected to the rest of his drivetrain, poseur *****
    "The only reasons anyone should ever ride in the rain is because a) youíve had your license to operate a motor vehicle suspended by the state. b) youíre in a bike race in which case youíre not allowed to use fenders anyway. c) youíre from Portland- in which case my main problem is with your neck beard- not your bicycle...If you need to train when itís pissing rain- buy a trainer or one of those cheap charter flights to Mallorca."

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    Yeah and everytime he gets back on his bike he spins a wheel with his hand until the pictures line up
    Code:
    aslkdfjhlkgjhasdlfkjh;alkaasdfkj'sad;gjasd;fkashdfas

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    Senior Member MrCjolsen's Avatar
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    I did learn quite a few things.

    Panniers full of teacher textbooks and trackstanding don't mix.

    Arden Way is not bike friendly but the staff at the Arden Hilton is.

    The 15 mph speed limit on the American River bike trail is not enforced.

    And if you have a bike that was painted by first graders and go to a convention with 300 primary school teachers, you will have lots of street cred.

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    i hate overloaded panniers on a bike with a high bottom bracket
    not a 2ksuck'r

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCjolsen View Post
    Panniers full of teacher textbooks and trackstanding don't mix.
    The other day I bought a watermelon from some fruit truck then biked 6 miles home. I put the melon in my backpack. It was a dahm big one too. I couldn't track stand for s***.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakedjim View Post
    The other day I bought a watermelon from some fruit truck then biked 6 miles home. I put the melon in my backpack. It was a dahm big one too. I couldn't track stand for s***.
    OMG THATS A ALLEYCAT CHECKPOINT WAITING TO HAPPEN.


    "sup, trackstand... WITH THIS IN YOUR BAG. bwaaahahaha" (or replace watermelon with midget. imo, come to think of it, replace anthign with midget and i think the fun facotr goes up like... a gajillion)

    "what?! didnt bring a bag?! lucky for you we have duck tape!"



    or something

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    duct tape

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    gaffers tape is better

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    When I first switched to panniers I had to relearn how to trackstand. Now when I don't have the panniers on my bike I can trackstand like nobodies business.

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    + 1 to gaff tape

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    agreed. i make it a point to liberate gaffers tape from full boxes at jobsites.

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