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    There's also always the option of simply getting...

    There's also always the option of simply getting a waterproof pack cover, to use when it rains: http://www.rei.com/c/pack-rain-covers
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    Don't be silly.

    Don't be silly.
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    I know I know. I just get frustrated sometimes....

    I know I know. I just get frustrated sometimes. It's like, why should I have to do dumb things to protect myself from dumb people? But I also realize that in reality, sometimes you do.

    I just...
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    Only in cycling would we suggest creating an...

    Only in cycling would we suggest creating an inconvenience to ourselves just to prevent idiots from endangering us. You think drivers would ever suggest putting roofing over all of the roadways to...
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    I'd also add that depending on the reason you...

    I'd also add that depending on the reason you want the lock, you might want to get two of them. Because my primary need for a lock is commuting, I leave my u-lock on the rack at work. That way, I...
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    Agree. The bike path should be at road level, not...

    Agree. The bike path should be at road level, not elevated like the sidewalk. It also means the bike path is not going up and down curb cuts as it crosses streets. I would do it as road, curb with...
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    I think the problem is that people call it "Main...

    I think the problem is that people call it "Main Street." No it's not. You can't just call something what you want. Main Street is the center of town, where people shop and eat and walk around. Penn...
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    Can anyone explain to me the low height of the...

    Can anyone explain to me the low height of the guard rail on the TR Bridge sidepath? I ride my bike a lot, and nearly always feel comfortable on it, but I refuse to ride into the city on that path....
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    He's talking the same as you. Leaving CC going...

    He's talking the same as you. Leaving CC going toward MVT, the first tunnel is plenty wide, but somewhat poor sight lines, especially with the steep hill on one end of it. I think people pass in that...
  10. Or what Hozn said. I had skimmed it. Looks like a...

    Or what Hozn said. I had skimmed it. Looks like a typo probably.
  11. I'm not the smartest person on this stuff, but...

    I'm not the smartest person on this stuff, but perhaps just they chose more inbetween hights/distances/gapping for the geometry. Like a bike designed for 650b normally might not fit a 700c wheel due...
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    Indeed they were jinxed. You think Movistar...

    Indeed they were jinxed.

    You think Movistar doesn't wish Quintana was in the race now?
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    I wasn't as nice as you....

    I wasn't as nice as you....
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    Just an added point, keeping lots of stuff at...

    Just an added point, keeping lots of stuff at work only works if you shower/change at the office. I know when I worked at the Navy Yard, the gym/showers and my building were not close enough for it...
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    I think the general opinion on your way home is...

    I think the general opinion on your way home is to take Quincy to the Custis, no doubt. The few extra hills aren't a big deal when you are going down Rosslyn hill, and Clarendon Circle area going...
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    Custis remains pretty hilly from Veitch to...

    Custis remains pretty hilly from Veitch to Quincy. Here's my two cents, since I live at the very intersection that are you going to.....

    1. I get off at Veitch but take Key -> Highland -> Wilson...
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    Contador will be billed as the biggest threat,...

    Contador will be billed as the biggest threat, but it's hard for me to see that happening (though others on the forum know MUCH more than me).
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    I haven't been on my bike in a month now, due to...

    I haven't been on my bike in a month now, due to the birth of our first child (family biking thread, here I come!). I was off work for 3 weeks, which is normally the only place I ride, or at least...
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    FTFY, unless he crashes out or something. :)

    FTFY, unless he crashes out or something. :)
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    Just for any curious sorts, Bill is the person...

    Just for any curious sorts, Bill is the person who teaches both the Basic Maintenance Class, as well as a Wheel Building Class (which I believe is now one-on-one) at Spokes.
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    Just out of curiosity, how quickly do the...

    Just out of curiosity, how quickly do the Garmin's for cycling connect to satellites? I used to run/ride with the watch (Forerunner 405), but just got sick of how long it took to initialize. I live...
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    Gotta admit, cyclists making fun of golf as an...

    Gotta admit, cyclists making fun of golf as an expensive hobby is, well...... :)

    I hope to god they don't do this, and don't think they will. I mean the premise that NPS land could generate more...
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    You mean besides a beer fridge? The one thing...

    You mean besides a beer fridge?

    The one thing I wish I had when doing minor repairs or especially cleaning my bike is an adjustable height stool. Certainly not a must have, but I wish I had room...
  24. Thread: Do I Get AAA?

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    Maybe you're right. I'm not sure it's apples to...

    Maybe you're right. I'm not sure it's apples to apples though. AARP is supporting these things because ultimately they think it is good for its members. Our auto-focused systems harm young people and...
  25. Thread: Do I Get AAA?

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    Just so I'm clear on this, I do not like AAA. I...

    Just so I'm clear on this, I do not like AAA. I think they are aggressive and dismissive, etc, and generally bad for the things I like. That being said, I think they are doing the job that MOST of...
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