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    Great article.

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    cool article but i dont understand why they have to name all the expensive stuff he puts on. If I didnt know better i would think i was doing it wrong in my 7 year old columbia jacket and sams club smart wool base layer on platform pedals with my no name winter boots. Still cool to hear about commuters in the news.

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    ^^ Pulling down bigger bucks than we do, opens some options. They are faster, too. Good for them.

    Happy to ride at all.

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    Yeah, but listing all the bits make it sound even more inaccessible to the non-cyclist.

    Today I commuted in a manky polo shirt, some sort-of-but-not-really baggies, SPD shoes and gloves. For winter, I add a jacket.

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    Canopy really come to mind.

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    Haha, when I read it I was amazed that he rocked the cheap work gloves with the other fancier bike gear. But its warmer there, so gloves/pogies not quite as critical as here. As with most commuter stuff - as long as it works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by R+P+K View Post
    Yeah, but listing all the bits make it sound even more inaccessible to the non-cyclist.
    I dunno, for the price of 12 months of transit passes around here I think I could have Assos everything, if I was so inclined.

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