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    Marsh Creek S.P.?

    Marsh Creek S.P.?
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    Thanks - this is really helpful. Just saved me...

    Thanks - this is really helpful. Just saved me throwing away some $$ on the wrong solution. Thanks!
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    So wait - will it be 62.3mm lower or 31.15mm...

    So wait - will it be 62.3mm lower or 31.15mm lower? Your 62.3mm is a lot more than 33mm.
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    OK here's a question for the experts - I'm...

    OK here's a question for the experts - I'm currently running 26x4.6 45NRTH Dillinger tires on 80mm Mulefoot rims on my Norco Sasquatch Fatbike.

    I currently do not have a non-snow, geared mountain...
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    https://youtu.be/C6cxNR9ML8k

    https://youtu.be/C6cxNR9ML8k
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    I would be skiing if my knee wasnít still...

    I would be skiing if my knee wasnít still recovering from surgery- no downhill for me until next winter. Curious- how would I go through Middlesex to improve the Montpelier-Waterbury-Elmore loop? Do...
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    So thereís a reason why this thread never gets...

    So thereís a reason why this thread never gets any posts - ITíS GOT A STUPID TITLE. Can the OP please change it to something reasonable? Iíll contribute- rode 51 miles today and 58 miles yesterday- I...
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    These are great shoes for the $$. Much more...

    These are great shoes for the $$. Much more comfortable than SIDIs, and a roomier toebox. Nice and stiff, too.
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    You are not off-base on this. A really good...

    You are not off-base on this. A really good cadence to shoot for on long climbs is somewhere around 80-90 rpm (although some like to mash) A really good level of power to shoot for is your ďsweet...
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    A big pile of riders on a TDZ stage is actually a...

    A big pile of riders on a TDZ stage is actually a good thing, as it means you can usually find a group thatís in your ability range where you can pull a decent draft. Canít draft on big climbs, but...
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    Same here. This one was definitely more...

    Same here. This one was definitely more fast-paced than last Thursdayís. Felt good to push it a bit. Dee you are getting stronger!
  12. I believe that I worked with the person who they...

    I believe that I worked with the person who they recommended to fix your stuff for nearly 7 years. She's fixed a lot of my jackets and ski pants. Really great person.
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    Zwift, TR, Sufferfest etc

    Iíll do Thurs NYE ride if others will. I was fully planning on riding last night but riding at 6pm got kiboshed by the family (ďSo - weíre all eating dinner on Xmas Eve, and you want to go ride in...
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    Ask the experts

    If the lever and caliper are both pretty recent, your only limiting factor for mixing SLX/XT/XTR should be hydraulic brake hose diameter. As long as itís the same on both you *should* be fine.
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    Iím finding that a good way to keep from...

    Iím finding that a good way to keep from accidentally lunging too far forward and then having to dial it back in the first two laps is to spin a much higher cadence than usual. Itís a good way to...
  16. East Coast Roll Call #??? 20-21 Covid closures and hard core touring! Be Fit or Sit

    I prefer the term ďsnirt.Ē
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    Cool - thanks! Sent from my iPhone using...

    Cool - thanks!


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    What brand/model of shelving is that? looks like...

    What brand/model of shelving is that? looks like the ticket for my basement project.
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    Mmmmaybeee. Just started using both legs again...

    Mmmmaybeee. Just started using both legs again around Thanksgiving. That last lap worked me pretty good.


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    6pm East Coast time on Tuesdays works best for me...

    6pm East Coast time on Tuesdays works best for me - I have PT on Thursdays.


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    The freehub on direct drive trainers also accepts...

    The freehub on direct drive trainers also accepts 10 speed cassettes. You can currently buy a 10 speed shimano cassette online for around $40.
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    Zwift, TR, Sufferfest etc

    Was going to try to make the 8pm ride but itís right smack in the middle of putting-kids-to-bed-oíclock. Regrettably, 7pm (EST) on weeknights is the latest I can join a ride.


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    The east side of Braintree has got to be one of...

    The east side of Braintree has got to be one of the toughest climbs in VT. So much climbing, but very little room for actual recovery.
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    Bummer. Thatís a really sweet trail - hope the...

    Bummer. Thatís a really sweet trail - hope the landowner is still ok with the trail being there.


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    Shit sorry. Done. Sent from my iPhone using...

    Shit sorry. Done.


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    Zwift, TR, Sufferfest etc

    "A One-Legged Rider" on Zwift (recovering from patellar tendon surgery, doing most of the riding with one leg)

    Just followed a few of you. I ride basically every morning, but pretty early (5ish...
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    Anyone here use RGT...

    Anyone here use RGT? I'm recovering from knee surgery so I'm stuck in virtual bike land at least until late February; Zwift has already gotten a bit stale.
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    Just to be a devil's advocate, tech is in the eye...

    Just to be a devil's advocate, tech is in the eye of the beholder. I know a number of people (myself included) who ride gravel bikes on plenty of rooty, rocky singletrack all over North Central VT,...
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    I have NX on my fat bike and it's been nothing...

    I have NX on my fat bike and it's been nothing but a headache. Ready to replace with Shimano.
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    This is close to your price range:...

    This is close to your price range: https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=250545
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    I wonder if there's a corresponding word for each...

    I wonder if there's a corresponding word for each of those in Inuktitut?
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    My wife is very interested in the Peloton as...

    My wife is very interested in the Peloton as well, but I can't speak for it as we've never had one. However, I've used Kreitler rollers, then a rear wheel contact smart trainer (Kinetic Inride), and...
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    I'm not an expert but I am currently using GX...

    I'm not an expert but I am currently using GX Eagle on my fatbike, and bent 2 or 3 sprockets on the cassette after barely 200 miles of use. Derailleur return spring also failed as well. My LBS...
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    Signed up. Great way to keep thing interesting on...

    Signed up. Great way to keep thing interesting on the basement trainer, and also a good reason to ride in some of the not-so-stimulating worlds (Richmond, etc)


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    I think you need to be more specific. There are...

    I think you need to be more specific. There are 15 ski trails in New England named "Chute", and that jumps to 21 if you include six trails named “The Chute.”
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    I see what you did there.

    I see what you did there.
  37. Now THAT's usin' yer noggin. Thanks for the tip!

    Now THAT's usin' yer noggin. Thanks for the tip!
  38. Really nice wheelset. A nice thing about I9 is...

    Really nice wheelset. A nice thing about I9 is that they have the license with Shimano for their new 12-speed freehub.


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    Not only that but with 36x19 gearing. Thatís a...

    Not only that but with 36x19 gearing. Thatís a rugged gear ratio, especially on a 29er loaded with bikepacking gear.
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    Polar HR monitors are buggy and not worth the $$....

    Polar HR monitors are buggy and not worth the $$. Garmins are marginally better but often take 2-5 miles before they start sending data to the device. I have used both. Best HR monitor is the Wahoo...
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    FS: Garmin Forerunner 735xt

    Garmin Forerunner 735xt, black body with new black/grey silicon wristband.

    Purchased December 2017, great device, no issues.
    USES GPS and GLONASS satellites
    great battery life
    pairs with...
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    Nice scorpion!

    Nice scorpion!
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    True but Surly sizing is different from that of...

    True but Surly sizing is different from that of other bikes, especially road bikes. I believe that the Krampus frame is optimized/designed for a flat bar or riser bar; not drops, which automatically...
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    If you're willing to drop a little more, this...

    If you're willing to drop a little more, this seems like a pretty amazing deal. Swiss army bike with lots of carbon stuff.

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/641335819644854/
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    What kinda seat bag is that? Trying to find...

    What kinda seat bag is that? Trying to find something that works with a dropper post.
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    Nice frame! Is it the camera angle or is there...

    Nice frame! Is it the camera angle or is there something very odd going on with the top race on that headset?
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190204/d01b20f5...

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190204/d01b20f53edd902559164e6374c93c12.jpghttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190204/c2f10213947efcf57c8c2ff6eef69fb2.jpg


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    Was aiming for 10k miles, but life got in the...

    Was aiming for 10k miles, but life got in the way.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190127/2f6a934f931c08e4d40ea51469e439af.jpg


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    You picked a good point to bail. The west side...

    You picked a good point to bail. The west side of Waitsfield Gap was absurd. Deep muddy ruts, 15-20% downhill grade. I think I went over the handlebars at least 3 times. Just before connecting...
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    See you there. I'll try not to bonk this time -...

    See you there. I'll try not to bonk this time - last year I went to a very dark place around mile 85 or so, but I did do the entire thing (16,000' of climbing - gah!) This is worth doing as well....
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