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  1. Me too. It's why I have this nagging neck pain...

    Me too. It's why I have this nagging neck pain...
  2. Dude, you need recommendations for a new doctor!

    Dude, you need recommendations for a new doctor!
  3. Thread: Pedal Bearings?

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    The t780s (and the a530s) are designed to hang...

    The t780s (and the a530s) are designed to hang vertically in such a way that if you push forward with your foot you end up clipping in and if you push it backward you end up on the platform. So with...
  4. Thread: Pedal Bearings?

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    Yeah, they sound shot. I tend to not worry much...

    Yeah, they sound shot. I tend to not worry much about power transfer, but bad pedal bearings can suck a lot. One of the nice things about shimano's higher lines is that they're easier to service (no...
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    honestly, everyone I've seen playing is not...

    honestly, everyone I've seen playing is not asian--so it seems less stereotypical than misguided.
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    The politics and legalities of land use are so...

    The politics and legalities of land use are so different in .eu vs .us that's almost irrelevant. If the answer is to treat them like motorcycles, that'll close off a whole lot of access that people...
  7. It's also hard to separate people with real...

    It's also hard to separate people with real concerns from the "well, I am a cyclist (this one time 10 years ago) but..." crowd.
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    start by trying to get the cleats to hold your...

    start by trying to get the cleats to hold your foot in the same position it would be in without the cleats. if the cleats force your foot to turn oddly, you will end up in pain. sit on something that...
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    I asked about that, giving them the benefit of...

    I asked about that, giving them the benefit of the doubt (trying to rationalize crazy?). Nope, just the hitch. I guess the way it works is, you only need to sell one!
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    You don't need a 2 inch inch to mount 4 (or 5)...

    You don't need a 2 inch inch to mount 4 (or 5) bikes, but you do need a class 2 or higher hitch. Classes 1 and 2 both have a 1.25 inch receiver, but the class 1 is rated to 200 pounds and the class 2...
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    $450 is nothing, I think I was quoted over a...

    $450 is nothing, I think I was quoted over a thousand for our van. (I was like, "really"? They were like, "really".) Local place put it on for a couple hundred including the part. How hard it is to...
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    the barrels are probably pre-positioned for a...

    the barrels are probably pre-positioned for a lane closure. the signs are a typical nuisance, the road crews simply do not care about blocking a sidewalk with a big-ass sign. (if they actually cared,...
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    wring it out?

    wring it out?
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    I'm sure that guy will be disciplined when they...

    I'm sure that guy will be disciplined when they find out about it in Richmond.
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    We have Thule's 5 bike rack. It's heavy as sin,...

    We have Thule's 5 bike rack. It's heavy as sin, but there aren't a lot of options in a four person world. :-)
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    Yup, I've never had a self-adhesive patch not...

    Yup, I've never had a self-adhesive patch not fail eventually, usually in a matter of days. The messy patches last forever.

    Edit to add: that said, I'll use a self-stick on the ride because trying...
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    A unicycle doesn't have a frame, it has a post :-)

    A unicycle doesn't have a frame, it has a post :-)
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    Yes, the patch glue is a consumable. It'll last...

    Yes, the patch glue is a consumable. It'll last forever unopened, but not long after. (I recently used one that said made in West Germany...)
  19. The problem is that 75 of the numbers are made...

    The problem is that 75 of the numbers are made up on the spot and it isn't always easy to tell which are credible and which are fantasy, especially at second or third hand.
  20. The problem is that now we have the internet and...

    The problem is that now we have the internet and everyone thinks they're a statistician.
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    Come on, people--if you're having a problem with...

    Come on, people--if you're having a problem with gaggles of geese, you need to ask yourself, "what does the fox say"? Instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE
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    I think the current trend toward distancing the...

    I think the current trend toward distancing the american public from the reality of war is more counterproductive than not as far as hearing a message--shut it up behind a wall, make sure nobody has...
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    We've kinda lost our grip on death. 100 years ago...

    We've kinda lost our grip on death. 100 years ago it would have been common to picnic in a graveyard as a sign of respect and remembrance, now it's disrespectful almost to be there at all. I suspect...
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    To be clear, I mean that I think the rp5 is the...

    To be clear, I mean that I think the rp5 is the current equivalent of my old r107s, and are a possible answer to the problem of a flexy sole giving trouble on longer rides. They are presumably not...
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    Hey, better bibs with no shirt than shirt with no...

    Hey, better bibs with no shirt than shirt with no bibs, amiright?
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