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  • Good questions! The ride is a two-day affair at the Hazon California Ride & Retreat in May. She has plenty of riding experience over the years, including annual rides of this sort for most of the past decade and a cross-USA ride in 1976 (Bikecentennial). She will ride 40 or 60 miles on Day 1 and 35 or 55 miles on Day 2. Like me, she has good endurance so she's probably not needing...
    Ben Rosenthal Mar 3
  • Hi Radicals - My mom is training for a bike ride this spring but, being in D.C., has limited time to ride outside due to the weather and road conditions. Can anyone offer any recommendations or pointers about trainers for her standard (non-cargo) bicycle? Thanks! - Ben
    Ben Rosenthal Mar 2
  • Who knew that all I had to do was remove and look under the strap? Well, I guess that's why I have you. Thanks Kipchoge! On 19 Oct 2014, at 8:24, Kipchoge Spencer kipchoge@^$1 [ROOTSRADICALS] < ROOTSRADICALS@^$2 > wrote: Hey Ben, the concave plastic piece has a hex bolt in it that you loosen to adjust the angle of the wrangle... Kipchoge
    Ben Rosenthal Nov 12, 2014
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  • Hi Rads - Recently, I used my LongLoader for the first time since I'd installed risers under my V-racks. The curved plastic piece at the top of the LongLoader that rests on the V-rack is stuck in its position, designed for a particular curved section of the V-rack. After the rising, the piece no longer rests nicely on the rack. Ideally, I would want the piece in question to have...
    Ben Rosenthal Oct 18, 2014
  • If you're looking for someone to consult on the wikification of the site, I have a friend. Let me know. On 2 Sep 2014, at 2:49, douglascrone@^$1 [ROOTSRADICALS] < ROOTSRADICALS@^$2 > wrote: Hi Ross, One website which is consistently praised for its "reference-ability" is modernvespa.com . Check out the first post in the "Modern Vespa Wiki" forum and browse around the overview of...
    Ben Rosenthal Sep 2, 2014
  • Thanks for making this more official inquiry, Ross! I, too, noticed just a week or two ago that it was hard to find the FreeRadical product page without Google's help. I wanted to link to it on my blog and I was surprised I had to search externally to find it. A wiki sounds like a useful option and I would be happy to be part of the design process it you put together a more...
    Ben Rosenthal Sep 1, 2014
  • I remembered seeing this a while back but couldn't find it in the group. So, I Googled and found this page Search it for "tray" and you'll find what you're looking for. On 20 Aug 2014, at 10:35, David Dannenberg ddannenberg@^$1 [ROOTSRADICALS] < ROOTSRADICALS@^$2 > wrote: All, I remember some discussions about carrying bikes on BDs or Xtracycles, but can’t find much in the...
    Ben Rosenthal Aug 20, 2014
  • Hi All - Liz is running a Kickstarter campaign to finish up her cargo bike documentary, LESS CAR MORE GO . Help Liz reach her goal in the next 10 days! And, if you're feeling generous, sponsor my ride, too. - Ben Alive (and Pedaling ) to Save the Planet http://jewish.convio.net/goto/jamcycler On 27 Sep 2011, at 16:07, poppamando < b4kids@^$1 > wrote: I just heard about this and...
    Ben Rosenthal Apr 29, 2014
  • Hi All - Liz is running a Kockstarter campaign to finish up her cargo bike documentary, LESS CAR MORE GO. Help Liz reach her goal in the next 10 days! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1887563980/less-car-more-go-the-cargo-bike-documentary And, if you're feeling generous, sponsor my ride, too. - Ben Alive (and Pedaling) to Save the Planet http://jewish.convio.net/goto/jamcycler
    earthsaver@... Apr 28, 2014
  • I'm surprised no one has mentioned TiGr Lock yet. I switched from a heavy Kryptonite U-lock to a TiGr a couple years ago and what an incredible investment it was! My TiGr, made of titanium graphite, is so much harder to break than a traditional lock, yet is half as heavy as my Kryptonite. It also stows easily on my bike's frame so I don't have to worry about carrying it in a bag or...
    Ben Rosenthal Mar 22, 2014