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  1. Road Bikes
    This is my first post, so hello! I am in the process of buying a commuter/road bike. I already have a regular road bike, but it doesn't accept a rack and I don't like backpacks. I have about a five mile ride to work with some hills. I may want to hit some dirt roads on the way. Am looking...
  2. Road Bikes
    I've got a question that I'm hoping someone may be able to either steer me in the right direction or have an idea I never thought of or overlooked. Sorry if I got this in the wrong area, but seemed to be the best fit. I've got a Scott SUB 20 and I am wanting to change the handlebar setup. This...
  3. General Bike Discussion
    Even once this guy realizes he's honked at a police office, he still is being a smart*$$. Dude! Who do you think you’re honking at? – CommuteOrlando Blog
  4. Road Bikes
    I have to drive for a my job so I'm not able to ride to work. I decided though that I'd start trying to ride more for other commuting reasons. While the bride is at work I was tasked with a run to the store. I was resolved that today would be the day I start riding more so come hell or high...
  5. Road Bikes
    I just got a package from Pedalite - look for my review of their Pedal Lights, Baglite, and Anklelite coming soon.
  6. General Bike Discussion
    It's not that I think a single speed bike needs to have any utility beyond being fun to ride but sometimes you just want to multitask. For many hip young urban singlespeeders (...or so I hear; I'm neither hip, nor young, nor urban) improved efficiency in beer consumption is a secondary goal of...
  7. Road Bikes
    I ride between 6 and 12 miles to work every day depending on the route that I take (and how early I got up), and I often do 20-30 miles on the way home because I don't really need to be anywhere by a certain time. I ride whether it's -20* outside, the roads are icy, or it's snowing or raining...
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