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  1. Good timing with the post. I recently have gotten over knee pain that had lasted for over two years. It was a nightmare attempting to figure out the cause, and was concerned, during the painful period, that I was causing additional damage while continuing… »

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  1. @EricW Try doing Sweet Water Springs rd. from east to west, Bull Frog rd., or Spring mtn. rd., and tell me that a 26 is adequate (sure a 26 is enough to keep moving, anything larger will enable more speed !). »

I’m fluent in three languages: Dutch, English, and Hyperbole. The third is an acquired talent developed by creative and narcissistic tendencies; the narcissism feeds a belief that normal words can’t properly describe the magnitude of my experiences, and the creativity struggles to cope with restrictive paradigms like “facts”...

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  1. Brah, if you ran Di2, you would have like 50% less cable. »

Everyone knows that the quality of one’s character is measured by the size gear they can push, particularly when going uphill. It is also a well-established fact that no self-respecting Flemish Pro would ever ride a Compact, no matter what condition their knees are in or how ferocious the gradient. Which, by extension, means that Compacts are...

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  1. I held out for a long time, riding the standard 53/39. Then the day came when my new rig was equipped with a 50/34. At first it seemed a cop out, my cadence was not used to the slightly larger gear discrepancies that are inherent to the compacts ratios. B… »

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  1. I like the tried and true clincher with inner tube set up. Though, I only ride with 25mm tires and big ones at that. I like the Michelin Optimum tires; you can get them from outsideoutfitters.com for $80/pair, they last forever, are optimized for front an… »