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Old 06-18-19, 01:45 AM
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CeramicSpeed OSPW(Sram versions in standard and 3D printed Ti), THM Tibia, Tubolito(4 ea)Inner tubes.

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Old 06-18-19, 09:23 AM
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I have a Niterider 650 mounted under the Garmin, and a Niterider 400 on my helmet. If I get hit at night, it's not because they didn't see me.
I hope you know that there is no way to guaranty that everyone will see you. All you can do is reduce the likelihood that they don't.
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Old 06-18-19, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
I hope you know that there is no way to guaranty that everyone will see you. All you can do is reduce the likelihood that they don't.
No, really?

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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
No, really?

Thank you, Captain Obvious.
It's obvious to you and me, but not to everyone. Until now, it wasn't obvious to me which group you belong to. Some people really think that there are sure things.
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It's obvious to you and me, but not to everyone. Until now, it wasn't obvious to me which group you belong to. Some people really think that there are sure things.
I've been hit from behind, in broad daylight, with flashing lights on.

Even if they can see you, it doesn't guarantee they won't hit you.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
I've been hit from behind, in broad daylight, with flashing lights on.

Even if they can see you, it doesn't guarantee they won't hit you.
Humans are weird!
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New Sram shift cables, housings, and Arundel Gecko bar tape.

I blew my front derailleur cable out of it's 6 month old Jagwire housing Saturday, so it's back to Sram.
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
No, really?

Thank you, Captain Obvious.
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For DAY riding. Replaces my CAAD's PDW Spaceship 5 and my Synapse's CatEye HL-EL135. The blue matches my bike's color scheme as well and that's a big plus.



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