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    Some of my favorite biking ever was around the...

    Some of my favorite biking ever was around the park and up Cadillac Mountain. Enjoy it.
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    2006 (?) Giant OCR2 Road Bike - Size XS

    This is my wife's starter road bike - she's since moved up to a newer model and this one is ready to leave the nest. It's a 2006 (I think) Giant OCR2 with Shimano 105 shifters and derailleurs. The...
  3. I may have missed how tall you are, but my wife's...

    I may have missed how tall you are, but my wife's old Giant OCR2 road bike would probably work for you. It's an extra small so you'd need to be under 5'4". I'd be happy to sell it for $350 - it has...
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    The Virginia Avenue rail tunnel is a terrible...

    The Virginia Avenue rail tunnel is a terrible band-aid for a rail line that should never be located in the city to begin with. If the policymakers had any foresight they would re-route freight around...
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    www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkmCLOjk2h8

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkmCLOjk2h8
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    I don't know what's on there stock but it's...

    I don't know what's on there stock but it's relatively easy to upgrade to larger rotors on almost any disc brake. It's a matter of buying an adapter and the rotor itself. Larger rotors will have less...
  7. Thread: breezer?

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    I wouldn't call it light but she can lift it up...

    I wouldn't call it light but she can lift it up and down our basement steps without too much of a problem. Maybe 30 pounds? Our basement stairs do involve a tight turn which she does have some issues...
  8. Thread: breezer?

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    My wife bought a Breezer from Daily Rider...

    My wife bought a Breezer from Daily Rider recently and loves it. Highly recommended. Hers has a derailleur but she always says how easy it is to ride. She's almost always in the highest gears on it...
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    Pre-work commuting intervals for time trial...

    Pre-work commuting intervals for time trial season! D - he will only break you because he cares.
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    You won't be able to expect more battery life...

    You won't be able to expect more battery life from an 800 if you're following a course. In fact, probably less. This track ended at just over 10 hours of on time because my battery died -...
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    You're going to love it there. I've never rode a...

    You're going to love it there. I've never rode a bike in anything but casual clothes there, because all my rides seem to end at breweries and distilleries. You can make a great bikes and brews day of...
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    Vince, what did you do now?

    Vince, what did you do now?
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    /thread

    /thread
  14. I completely agree with and endorse this post, on...

    I completely agree with and endorse this post, on the basis of the last four years of the Law Enforcement Corvette Owners Group blocking the streets on Capitol Hill for some reason.
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    He's a beast on the bike (and in running shoes!)....

    He's a beast on the bike (and in running shoes!). Someone needs to get him into a racing development program.
  16. Yes. Back seat down, front or both wheels off,...

    Yes. Back seat down, front or both wheels off, you shouldn't have a problem. My bike fits in my wife's Scion xA with only the front wheel off and that's about the smallest thing I would consider a...
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    I want to know where the Paypal link is to donate...

    I want to know where the Paypal link is to donate to his defense fund.
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    I know that bike! I'll say hi next time I see you...

    I know that bike! I'll say hi next time I see you on the Hill. I've seen several riders misjudge how quick you move with the e-assist on there.
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    The route stops twice at the Italian Store,...

    The route stops twice at the Italian Store, easily enough time to shotgun half a pizza.



    See that bush over there? Yeah, that one.
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    Easy to cross NC Ave/Independence on a bike but...

    Easy to cross NC Ave/Independence on a bike but riding with morning traffic into the city on Penn is not an experience I'd recommend. The 11th St route is much more comfortable. It's easy to go north...
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    I still had a 100-mile day, damnit!

    I still had a 100-mile day, damnit!
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    The proper response is "Beltway!"

    The proper response is "Beltway!"
  23. Thread: Disc Brakes

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    Depending on how you ride, why not go "mullet...

    Depending on how you ride, why not go "mullet brakes" - disc only in the front? You only have to buy one wheel, caliper, and rotor that way.
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    Because Capital Jetpackshare is not yet open.

    Because Capital Jetpackshare is not yet open.
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    I would listen with headphones if you're at...

    I would listen with headphones if you're at work...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvrKzmkdBTI

    (I <3 Hans and want to ride like him when I grow up)
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