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Something I've said since I was in my teens, I blame the clash of Southern Manitoban Plattdeutsch and growing up in a mostly Métis town.
@frankenbike because you need it, and it completes you.
I rode through the winter for about 13 years in Winnipeg.
My knees are gefucked.
I've heard that footballers from warmer countries usually have longer careers due to fewer cold related injuries.
Use the brake bridge to support the fender. Make or find a little L-bracket, bolt one side to the fender (you may have to dremel the protruding bit underneath) and hang the other off the brake bolt.
Yeah, it took some convincing, but she loves it now.
If you're a little handy (the best I can aspire to) it may help to offer up warm touches like DIY tables and the odd bit of wood countertop.
Worked for me.
Ha, we went the more industrial route, each shelf rated to 3000 lbs...
You are an
Nalgene make a huge range of sizes, something should fit.
Slipping means wrong size, not wrong bar.
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