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    Thanks all!

    Thanks all!
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    Bike Shed Recommendation Needed

    We are moving to a new house and will lose our current indoor bike storage, so I need a shed for the bikes. I'm looking to store my cyclocross bike, the cargo bike (its a Yuba Boda Boda so it's not...
  3. Any updates or announcements?

    Any updates or announcements?
  4. Is NPS planning to plow the MVT this winter?

    So I normally take the Pentagon/110 trail to the MVT and the Memorial Bridge. I've noticed orange edge marker poles in the ground from the end of boundry channel bridge to the Memorial Bridge. The...
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    This is a really good idea.

    This is a really good idea.
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    What about one of those surfboard carriers that...

    What about one of those surfboard carriers that attaches to a bike rack. You could buy one or fabricate something along those lines from PVC pipe.
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    Paul W. I found your pannier

    By the Lincoln memorial. If you read this let me know how I can get it back to you.
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    Civia Bryant for sale - 58

    I'm selling a 58cm Civia Bryant. It's set up as a single speed. I'm asking $500 or best offer.

    http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/bik/5150947526.html

    Let me know if you have any questions.
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    The best way to avoid the Pike, if you really...

    The best way to avoid the Pike, if you really don't want to ride on the Pike, is to go through Ft. Meyer, through 2nd st. However, if you are not a DoD or Federal worker this has recently become...
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    Agreed. Memorial bridge to the pentagon...

    Agreed. Memorial bridge to the pentagon reservation is a mess. You can ride it without studs (it's hard packed snow) if you keep up your momentum and go straight. Otherwise it's hike a bike for 100...
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    I don't have full boots, but I've been using the...

    I don't have full boots, but I've been using the Gore Windstopper socks for a couple seasons now. They work very well. I wear them over a pair of wool socks. The fit isn't great, they can be a bit...
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    When I lock up my chariot I run a cable through...

    When I lock up my chariot I run a cable through the trailer frame, with one eyelet looped through the other so I keep most of the cables length, and then lock it up with the rest of my bike using...
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    I'll echo the benifits of a platform/SPD combo...

    I'll echo the benifits of a platform/SPD combo pedal, like the Shimano's shown earlier. While clipping in on a single sided pedal is not as quick with this pedal as it is with a true dual sided SPD...
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    Still a mess... Cow paths appearing, navigable...

    Still a mess... Cow paths appearing, navigable if you ride slowly in a straight line and pay attention to your balance.
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    Update on my earlier post. Some melt water and...

    Update on my earlier post. Some melt water and blowing snow created some icy patches near the WWII memorial end of the reflecting pool and the Lincoln memorial pavement is now clear.

    Also, the...
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    The descent through Arlington National Cemetary...

    The descent through Arlington National Cemetary is clear and ice free, as is Ft. Myer, provided you stay on the main road rather than riding parallel through the parking lot (which is in pretty bad...
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    There's another recent thread on panniers ...

    There's another recent thread on panniers that talks a lot about panniers and clothing transport, it might help.

    Personally I leave my shoes, belts, and suit jackets (7 of them) at the office and...
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    It seems to me that freezing saddles should start...

    It seems to me that freezing saddles should start when we get the first frozen commute (which looks to be tomorrow). By January we'll have been freezing in the saddles for a month and a half...
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    Based on the research I did when the Alfine Di2...

    Based on the research I did when the Alfine Di2 was annonced I don't think you can run Di2 with a belt drive. At least without a specially machined carbon drive cog.

    This conversation rreminded...
  20. REI also has the excalent Gore Bikewear Phantom...

    REI also has the excalent Gore Bikewear Phantom on sale. Its windstopper and is the only cool/cold weather jacket I need. It covers allmy requirments through the winter (with an added layer or...
  21. Thread: Gloves?

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    Windstopper. This is the anwser, in my view, to...

    Windstopper. This is the anwser, in my view, to all cold weather questions. I use Gore Bikewear Alp-X windstopper gloves down to about 20 degrees. Below that I put on a pair of old Pearl Izumi...
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    So, as an actual Bryant owner, I guess I'll add...

    So, as an actual Bryant owner, I guess I'll add my voice to the discussion...

    First, on the Versa Brifters.. you can't use standard brifters because the cable pull is different. You'd need to use...
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    I think this is right. The last couple of days...

    I think this is right. The last couple of days I've been hearing some light creaking and it was much louder last night on the way home. I had assumed my BB was creaking and was going to look at it...
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    Thankfully no, no crash, no injury, just a broken...

    Thankfully no, no crash, no injury, just a broken crank.
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    It's the bus for me tonight...

    Three blocks from my office, after a very nice ride in, catostropic crank failure!

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