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Old 09-13-22, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
So I have stopped using saddle bags. In my growing sense of vanity, I hate the way they look. So in my pockets I bring my phone, a tube, 2 tire levers, my mini tool and a protein bar. If Iím on the ritchey I bring a spare downtube clamp. Don’t know if they break but donít want to find out.

Its not ideal, but it doesnít really bother me. Today I wore my new matching kit, and the material is super stretchy, so by the end of the ride it felt like the items in my pocket were hanging off my backside. If I tried to sprint, they were bouncing all over the place. This didnít happen the first time I wore it, and itís not too big. Thoughts? Iím gunna have to come up with a better solution. I like the mini saddle bags I see, but I donít think I would be good at fitting that stuff in them.
Tough call. A mini saddlebag is reasonable. Some people use one of their bottle mounts to have a bottle-like storage compartment.

Personally, I put a mini pump/C02 with one cartridge/tube/tire levers/small bits into a drawstring bag and put it in my middle jersey pocket. It fits fine and does not stretch my kit. Snacks and folded up gilet (if necessary) in one side pocket, wallet/cell phone in the other side pocket. That works for me, but you should do what works best for you.
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EDIT: This would be the perfect Larry thread.

BTW, saw him on the road on Friday. He really does wave at everybody. This is why I think of him as a Golden Retriever Puppy - big, happy, and friendly, galumphing through life happily heedless of danger.
So heís legit? Have the BF troll detectives been notified? Have they issued an apology, because anybody even slightly different than their standards has just got to be a troll. SMFH
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Tough call. A mini saddlebag is reasonable. Some people use one of their bottle mounts to have a bottle-like storage compartment.

Personally, I put a mini pump/C02 with one cartridge/tube/tire levers/small bits into a drawstring bag and put it in my middle jersey pocket. It fits fine and does not stretch my kit. Snacks and folded up gilet (if necessary) in one side pocket, wallet/cell phone in the other side pocket. That works for me, but you should do what works best for you.
I like the look of a clean bar and a clean seatpost/saddle. But after loading up my jersey pockets with all the crap I'd put into a saddlebag, I discovered I had no room for arm warmers and a gilet vest, if it warmed up during a ride. Then I discovered just how many strokes it takes to pump up any tire with a minipump - hint - it's about 65x the number of licks it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop. So I mount a frame pump when one will fit. Then I realized that I feel a lot safer with lights front and rear. Then I got a Varia.

So I gave up on the clean look and went with clutter - which I have to move from bike to bike.
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So heís legit? Have the BF troll detectives been notified? Have they issued an apology, because anybody even slightly different than their standards has just got to be a troll. SMFH
He's definitely real, right down to the size and weight, the gymshorts and no shirt, the lack of a helmet, and the somewhat bleary affect. Not only that, a couple weeks back I stopped to talk to him a bit, and he proudly showed off the loop of brown twine he was using to pull his rear brake pad off the wheel, instead of loosening the mounting bolt and re-centering the calipers.
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No canary yellow?
For BMWs, it is Dakar Yellow.
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2000-bmw-m-coupe-31/

I guess not as popular as others.. which makes it more desirable..

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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
So I have stopped using saddle bags. In my growing sense of vanity, I hate the way they look. So in my pockets I bring my phone, a tube, 2 tire levers, my mini tool and a protein bar. If Iím on the ritchey I bring a spare downtube clamp. Donít know if they break but donít want to find out.

Its not ideal, but it doesnít really bother me. Today I wore my new matching kit, and the material is super stretchy, so by the end of the ride it felt like the items in my pocket were hanging off my backside. If I tried to sprint, they were bouncing all over the place. This didnít happen the first time I wore it, and itís not too big. Thoughts? Iím gunna have to come up with a better solution. I like the mini saddle bags I see, but I donít think I would be good at fitting that stuff in them.
Iíve been using a bidon, from Elite for storage because I didnít like how the Fly6 rear camera mount was strapped around the seatpost. For a cleaner look, I got those under saddle rail mounts off Amazon and bought some custom 3-D Cycliq adapters to work with those mounts. With the Elite bidon in the bottle cage, I can store just about everything I need for a long distance ride.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
So I have stopped using saddle bags. In my growing sense of vanity, I hate the way they look. So in my pockets I bring my phone, a tube, 2 tire levers, my mini tool and a protein bar. If Iím on the ritchey I bring a spare downtube clamp. Donít know if they break but donít want to find out.

Its not ideal, but it doesnít really bother me. Today I wore my new matching kit, and the material is super stretchy, so by the end of the ride it felt like the items in my pocket were hanging off my backside. If I tried to sprint, they were bouncing all over the place. This didnít happen the first time I wore it, and itís not too big. Thoughts? Iím gunna have to come up with a better solution. I like the mini saddle bags I see, but I donít think I would be good at fitting that stuff in them.

I use the smaller version of this now: https://www.orucase.com/products/sad...12984166416437 ( in the pic with the blue seat mast)


I fit a spare tube, tire lever, 2 16g CO2 cartridges, CO2 head, couple of allen wrenches, shop rag and cash with no problem. It tucks nicely under the saddle and is quite unobtrusive.
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For BMWs, it is Dakar Yellow.
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2000-bmw-m-coupe-31/

I guess not as popular as others.. which makes it more desirable..
Kinda like waxing chains??
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For BMWs, it is Dakar Yellow.
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2000-bmw-m-coupe-31/

I guess not as popular as others.. which makes it more desirable..
That's more the color of Hollandaise Sauce than Canary Yellow.

Mmmmmmm.....Hollandaise.....
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He's definitely real, right down to the size and weight, the gymshorts and no shirt, the lack of a helmet, and the somewhat bleary affect. Not only that, a couple weeks back I stopped to talk to him a bit, and he proudly showed off the loop of brown twine he was using to pull his rear brake pad off the wheel, instead of loosening the mounting bolt and re-centering the calipers.
Maybe the two of you can get together and do a call-in cycling podcast? Think "Car Talk" but about bikes??
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Maybe the two of you can get together and do a call-in cycling podcast? Think "Car Talk" but about bikes??
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Parody thread idea of the day: "Recovery Rides for Endurance Drinkers."
Larry must have suggestions.
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Larry must have suggestions.
Larry has a LOT of suggestions.
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Great fall weather today. Got out for a ride with a friend that's nursing himself back from a shattered collar bone. Very strong rider, but a couple months off of the bike has him in spring form, not early fall form. All the better for me, as I've got some good fatigue in the legs, anyway. We got detoured (a lot), got a little lost, and even got stuck behind a vehicle painting lane stripes... still a good day riding bikes.
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Great fall weather today. Got out for a ride with a friend that's nursing himself back from a shattered collar bone. Very strong rider, but a couple months off of the bike has him in spring form, not early fall form. All the better for me, as I've got some good fatigue in the legs, anyway. We got detoured (a lot), got a little lost, and even got stuck behind a vehicle painting lane stripes... still a good day riding bikes.
And yet I'm going to try NOT to fall.
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Great fall weather today. Got out for a ride with a friend that's nursing himself back from a shattered collar bone. Very strong rider, but a couple months off of the bike has him in spring form, not early fall form. All the better for me, as I've got some good fatigue in the legs, anyway. We got detoured (a lot), got a little lost, and even got stuck behind a vehicle painting lane stripes... still a good day riding bikes.
Is it gilet season yet??
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So I have stopped using saddle bags. In my growing sense of vanity, I hate the way they look. So in my pockets I bring my phone, a tube, 2 tire levers, my mini tool and a protein bar. If Iím on the ritchey I bring a spare downtube clamp. Donít know if they break but donít want to find out.

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I only use mini bags for my flat repair kits. This Lezyne has moved around the fleet. It currently hangs on the Crux. Holds a tube, two Co2, inflator, patches & glue, tire boot, multi-tool (Park IB-3 shown).

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Sunday meet with the Coupe Cartel:

Bunch of clowns with their cars.
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Is it gilet season yet??
If you're setting out early, yeah, I think so. I left home at 9am, though, and it was ~60į, so just my typical (non-thermal) LS jersey.
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Don't like seat bags?
How about a fanny pack?
I'm not happy with my current seat bag either. But not unhappy enough to actually look for something else. Vanity is at the bottom of the list of criteria. That's just me.
I have the great good fortune of simply moving the entire seatpost from bike to bike.

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Actually the only prescription is a look at the Awesome Marigold Jacket. It's been too long
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Ever get that craving for another cup of coffee, but you just don't have the time to go through all those shenanigans? You can savor that great flavor all the while you're getting things done around the shop. Just a little pinch between the cheek and gum. No need for spitting; just swallow that full, rich flavor.






With the new robusta regime, I'm drinking only the one cup, in the morning. Most days I don't get the craving, but occasionally I do. This is a habit I had back in my Ohio days, and Belize. Not much since.

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And yet I'm going to try NOT to fall.
Fall back to the mid 80s, it's great!
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So we're riding up a shallow grade into a minor headwind and I'm bending my friend's ear about something and he starts getting wobbly and has to stop for a couple minutes. It was a little scary, he said he could see a bright spot as if he was looking at the sun. Eventually we got going again and he was fine.
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