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> TOM@SLACVM.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU Date: Fri, 09 Jun 1995 08:52 -0800 (PST) Subject:
> Just a few questions. To: unicycling Message-id:
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> Do most of you uni’s ride with a cycling helmet?
Only when I commute to work.
> If some of you commute, how do you carry water bottles, spare tubes, lunch,
> pump, spare tube? Back Packs? Messenger bags?
Water bottle: I strapped it to my seat post. Spare tubes: I carry a patch kit in
my backpack. Carrying a tube is easy, but I don’t want to carry the wrenches
necessary to remove my forks. Lunch, clothing, etc: I use a small backpack.
Pump: I have a small pump. I carry it in my backpack when commuting, and I lash
it to my spokes with a bungee cord otherwise.
Rear-view mirror: I got the kind that attaches to my glasses, and it makes
commuting much easier. Other models attach to the helmet.
Cycling computer: A frill, but I like to know how fast I go. Get one that shows
the current speed in big numbers.
Beirne Konarski | Subscribe to the Unicycling Mailing List firstname.lastname@example.org
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