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Old 04-01-2014, 10:55 PM   #57
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Wife and I both do triathlons so we don't have a toad only our bikes , it forces us to ride everyday . We use a 4 bike rack by kinetic wizard with a golf cart cover over the whole lot in ad weather
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Old 04-02-2014, 07:30 AM   #58
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Thread getting interesting. How about bike pictures - rider optional, pictures of bike in cool places, tips/hints on how you handle RV'ing and biking, best places to ride, ride with me offers - where you live or are parked, GREAT bike shops you discovered on the road and anything else bike related.
Ok, here's a picture of my latest. It started with a custom fit double-butted Titanium road frame made for disk brakes. Then I built it up over this winter. It's a couple of pounds heavier than my Trek Madone 6.9, but it rides like a dream and stops on a dime.
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:53 PM   #59
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Famous quote from a guy we used to ride with:
"Brakes just slow you down!"
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I'm an avid mountain biker and take this with me if I know there's some good single track otherwise I take my Dyna beach cruiser.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:35 AM   #61
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Here's how we protect our bikes when at a destination.
CycleShell Enclosure - Outdoor Motorcycle Cover - Protection
The shell closes up on itself and fits in the back of the Pilot with all 3 bikes while traveling. I added the PVC stands to hold the bikes upright.
Currently in Golden Co enjoying the front range singletrack and canyon road riding.
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Here's how we protect our bikes when at a destination.
CycleShell Enclosure - Outdoor Motorcycle Cover - Protection
The shell closes up on itself and fits in the back of the Pilot with all 3 bikes while traveling. I added the PVC stands to hold the bikes upright.
Currently in Golden Co enjoying the front range singletrack and canyon road riding.
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