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comment Help for a 169 mile bike ride
Wet rag in Mississippi is counterproductive. It's humid there, so anything touching your body will become a wet rag with a few minutes of vigorous activity. Evaporative cooling works best in places where it's hot and dry, in the south (or most of the east coast) where there is typically high humidity, it will just result in being soaking wet and uncomfortable.
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answered How do I get rid of odor from cycling shoes?
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revised Can I use 'normal' shoes/trainers with clipless pedals?
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answered Can I use 'normal' shoes/trainers with clipless pedals?
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reviewed Approve to install disc brake
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comment What is the best web application to create cycling cue sheets for future rides
I find strava's activity and segment explorer great for finding other people's rides. However, I find their route builder, to build rides from scratch, one of the worst tools for route planning.
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reviewed Approve Shimano Sport Camera ANT+ Software
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asked Kurt Kinetic Trainer hard to release, should I grease?
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accepted What kind of portable pump should I carry when riding on a fat bike?
Mar
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comment What kind of portable pump should I carry when riding on a fat bike?
I've also broke the pump shaft on a road morph pump. I don't doubt I could do the same for a mountain morph. I've been pretty happy with the performance of my leyzene pressure drive, so I'll likely consider a pressure drive HV or the Micro floor drive hv.
Mar
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comment What do you wish you knew you before you bought your first nice bike?
+1 to internal cable routing. I want this on every bike after having the pleasant experience of getting a bike where there were no exposed cables.