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Old 11-04-12, 07:30
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Default Most VITAL cycling tip you will ever hear..

Some of you know it, some of you don't do what you know and some of you have no idea yet. A 50c item can save you a LOT of $ and injuries..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsDbIKPOhFQ
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Indeed, "white out pens" are awesome.

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Indeed, "white out pens" are awesome.

How did you do that?
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While viewing the original post I 'whited' it out (using such a device) totally messing up my laptop's screen. I took a photo of it, uploaded it to photobuc..........

Na.........just did a screen 'capture' then PSed it.

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please see any post by coachfungi and do same.

thank you
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please see any post by coachfungi and do same.

thank you
Save time and just do the entire crank length thread.
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Thanks . . . I needed that.

Naw, I like cheese too much.
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