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    there are probably multiple similar segments. If...

    there are probably multiple similar segments. If you click the "hidden segments" link at the bottom of your segment list for the activity, I bet you'll see the others. I haven't divined the...
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    Just played around with the new Strava route...

    Just played around with the new Strava route updates now that I am a cough cough subscriber (still stings a little hah) . Color me impressed, as someone said earlier the heatmap combination really...
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    Note that this sometimes can result in a lower...

    Note that this sometimes can result in a lower elevation than the original, which you can then undo using the same process if desired.
  4. Thread: TR: Austria

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    we enjoyed Austria so much after a couple weeks...

    we enjoyed Austria so much after a couple weeks in the summer, I took the sample immigration test when I returned. I've imagined it is even more spectacular in the winter, thanks for confirming...
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    After freeloading for 8 years, almost proud of...

    After freeloading for 8 years, almost proud of not subscribing, this latest change forced me to sign up. I realized I actually enjoy seeing leaderboards, 'racing' my pals, and having the tidy view of...
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    how (un)comfortable to wear is this Fenix 5x? I...

    how (un)comfortable to wear is this Fenix 5x? I have a shitty lower profile Garmin Vivosport currently, which I bought to be comfortable enough to sleep in, but its OHR is so bad most of the time...
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    have to agree with this based on your last...

    have to agree with this based on your last TR:fmicon:
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    x2 that's my go to rubber choice. super low...

    x2 that's my go to rubber choice. super low rolling resistance on road, decent durability, traction and nice and supple tubeless. and the 35s are great as a daily commuter tire.
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    My experience has been the opposite. whatever max...

    My experience has been the opposite. whatever max tire width a manu claims, reality seems to always be a little narrower. hopefully I'm wrong in your case though! congrats on the new rig!
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    thanks. I was just typing something similar. why...

    thanks. I was just typing something similar. why this is so hard for some people to grasp is beyond me. and enough already with the gun toting dipshits at the capitol buildings. Nothing says "we...
  11. for the Rush jacket.. I "think" I'd be a small,...

    for the Rush jacket.. I "think" I'd be a small, but curious what are your dimensions and are you selling because of poor fit? thanks.
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    Concur with babybear, we had a Travato (based on...

    Concur with babybear, we had a Travato (based on long body Promaster) for a few years. It managed OK in snow using these Thule/Konig chains when dealing with ice. The chains are expensive but I'm...
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    I'm convinced the bells are a lot more...

    I'm convinced the bells are a lot more appreciated than not. I'm amazed by how many positive comments I get. the only people who seem annoyed are other riders who I come up on from behind on a...
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    thanks for the PSA. Ascendants for me and my...

    thanks for the PSA. Ascendants for me and my better half on the way.
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    I think this is much better guidance than your...

    I think this is much better guidance than your first post suggesting adjustments to long understood (but still rarely followed in some places) guidance. Add common sense too. if the trail is really...
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    x2

    x2
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    If your van has any roof penetrations that look...

    If your van has any roof penetrations that look suspicious, go for a pet groomer name on the magnet. Often doing house calls and would explain why there may be vents or AC units on the roof.
  18. Thread: The FIFTY

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    Wow. the Moran episode is REALLY good. I love...

    Wow. the Moran episode is REALLY good. I love the long distance time lapse night shots showing the headlamps progressing up.
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    I agree this sticker shock is rough, but MSRP on...

    I agree this sticker shock is rough, but MSRP on a new S-works Tarmac is $10k. If the frame is new and components only have 500 miles, 40% msrp is not unreasonable imho.
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    A good read: The first modern pandemic | Bill...

    A good read: The first modern pandemic | Bill Gates
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    also not that relevant, but I like my Punisher...

    also not that relevant, but I like my Punisher 110s in a 183. appears to be solid construction, I grab them anytime the snow is soft. I think mine are from the Elan factory in Slovenia.
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    hoping its not related to the toilet paper...

    hoping its not related to the toilet paper shortage
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    I have a friend who rides a shitload and adores...

    I have a friend who rides a shitload and adores his Vaya. He uses it for commuting (a lot of miles). His only complaint is that it is not light but hey not that important if you loading it down...
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    I've had good luck with the USB chargeable...

    I've had good luck with the USB chargeable Cygolights, after modding the mount slides with a little masking tape to get rid of the rattle. One of the modes is a soft but rapid flutter pulse on top...
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    sorry to ask here... do lenses used/originally...

    sorry to ask here... do lenses used/originally purchased for analog film Nikon camera bodies also work for DSLR bodies?
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    Now this thread is drifting properly...

    Now this thread is drifting properly...
  27. bump

    bump
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    Fuck yes. Love this.

    Fuck yes. Love this.
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    Ride em with abandon. Chances are the bike they...

    Ride em with abandon. Chances are the bike they are mounted on will keep you out of truly gnar terrain and at your weight, riding style I see zero concerns. I'm a little lighter than you and have...
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    Its not super wide but I'm a fan of the Salsa...

    Its not super wide but I'm a fan of the Salsa Cowchipper. Fairly reasonable price in Al. Has a nice comfortable flare (for me).
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    THE DEEP STATE.

    THE DEEP STATE.
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    word. Tire choice huge as well as pressure.

    word. Tire choice huge as well as pressure.
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    IMO the longer wheelbase (along with other geo...

    IMO the longer wheelbase (along with other geo choices like a slacker HT) typically takes you in the other direction, to less sketchy, more stable on descents... and can trade some agility,...
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    that's a nice materials comparison summary. The...

    that's a nice materials comparison summary. The other factor in favor for Ti is some added corrosion resistance. I have both a Ti bike (mtb) and a steel bike (cx) and I've had some scary moments...
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    InfoWars much? ok, I won't feed the troll.

    InfoWars much? ok, I won't feed the troll.
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    an original Trackhead TR, nice! Your TRs back in...

    an original Trackhead TR, nice! Your TRs back in the day were one of the main attractants for me to these boards. thanks for sharing!
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    How is it possible that "HotWax" wasn't taken...

    How is it possible that "HotWax" wasn't taken...
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    thanks for this!

    thanks for this!
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    any time a product catalog is referred to as a...

    any time a product catalog is referred to as a "look book" you know you are in for a nice straightforward marketing free shopping experience....
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    I've been drooling over the Rodeo Labs bikes for...

    I've been drooling over the Rodeo Labs bikes for awhile... check em out.
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    Paul Hendrickson maybe?

    Paul Hendrickson maybe?
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    no shit... that speed is unreal. thanks OP great...

    no shit... that speed is unreal. thanks OP great to watch!
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    thanks for corroborating my initial suspicion..

    thanks for corroborating my initial suspicion..
  44. FS: NIB Yakima Frontloader bike rack $160 (local contact-free pickup only)

    Attention Seattle area mags. x-post from Gear Swap. Thanks for looking
  45. FS: NIB Yakima Frontloader bike rack $160 (Seattle area contact-free pickup only)

    Seattle area mags:
    I have a new in box Yakima Frontloader (#02013) bike rack for sale. Only pulled out of the box once for a fit up test two years ago, never used. Same as this current model, no...
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    I feel better risking my eyesight to save a few...

    I feel better risking my eyesight to save a few bills than risking junk chafing, but that's probably just me. In addition to the zoic recommendation, check out Club Ride Apparel. I have a pair of...
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    I highly recommend the work of a local builder...

    I highly recommend the work of a local builder and all around solid member of the PNW cycling community Joey who owns and operates IWC :...
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    I'm genuinely curious... please educate me more...

    I'm genuinely curious... please educate me more on the revenue sources? I live in the greater Seattle bubble and am admittedly clueless on the fiscal goings on elsewhere in our beautiful state. ...
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    follow on to my earlier post, now that I know...

    follow on to my earlier post, now that I know more about what your are looking for..
    30mm internal width, "AM" build... 1550g. $1100...
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    I'd like to plug a local wheelbuilder/shop who in...

    I'd like to plug a local wheelbuilder/shop who in my opinion is providing great price/performance balanced carbon wheels. Indigenous Wheel Co in Tacoma. Still not cheap by any standard if you are...
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