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    Beautiful. Welcome to the orange Soma club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskerdont View Post
    Beautiful. Welcome to the orange Soma club!
    It’s really only the cockpit that’s redone: swapped out the drop bars for a Jones loop bar.

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    My new (to me) ancient Giant LaFree e-bike. It's heavy, and the range isn't great. But it got me up a lot of hills between Arlington and Bethesda. And given that bicycle is my major method of transportation, I really needed a spare bike.

    First trip, bringing it home: https://www.strava.com/activities/5924180606


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    My latest purchase is an adult trailer-trike for my daughter. It ships from the UK and has been delayed for several months. The shipping squeeze is really bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baiskeli View Post
    My latest purchase is an adult trailer-trike for my daughter. It ships from the UK and has been delayed for several months. The shipping squeeze is really bad.
    Yeah, all bikes, bike parts, and accessories have become harder to get since the pandemic. I was thrilled to find mine on NextDoor, so I could just take Lyft over and then ride it home.

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    I'm going from a Riv-like bike to a real Rivendell!
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    I don't know if this counts as a purchases, but I backed RedShift Sports' Arclight pedals on Kickstarter.

    They look interesting, seem like they could be useful, especially for winter commuting, and RedShift has some experience bringing bike products to market.

    Sharing in case anyone else is interested.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dbehrend View Post
    I don't know if this counts as a purchases, but I backed RedShift Sports' Arclight pedals on Kickstarter.

    They look interesting, seem like they could be useful, especially for winter commuting, and RedShift has some experience bringing bike products to market.

    Sharing in case anyone else is interested.



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    I also backed this campaign, since these look like they'd be useful for the whole family, and I've been very pleased with my other RedShift products (I have the ShockStop stems and seatposts on all three bikes, and am running the Kitchen Sink handlebars with the various add-ons on my one drop bar bike). Scheduled delivery is February, but given the state of the world, I'm not too focused on holding them to that.

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