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The island features fabulous views of downtown areas....of Detroit .......I've seen downtown Detroit and the word "fabulous" NEVER occured to me.
People toured for decades on only a double front and a five cog rear cassette.That's right and they also toured on a single fixed gear or even on a high wheeler because that's all that was available. We don't have to. There has been progress in equipment and it's foolish not to take advantage of it.
A ten-speed cassette requires a ten-speed deraileur,......
And know that in many cases, switching to 10-speed transmissions gains nothing on the extremes, you've just divided the intervening options into finer slices. If you add a huge cog and a tiny chainwheel, you must swap out the mechs to accommodate the huge swings. The lang cage rear mech has the ability to suck up all that extra chain when you drop into the lowest granny or ratchet up to the tallest gear.True, road 10-speed cassettes tend to provide more intermediate cogs instead of a wider range.
Great, but I doubt there is enough clearance to put it at the hub. You probably have to for 1/3rd of the way out from the hub to get enough clearance.Depends on the magnet you use. If you use one of the screw-backed "button" type that sticks out of the spoke a bit, yes you have to mount it a few inches up from the hub. If you use one of the thin plastic "clam-shell" designs, you could mount it quite close to the hub.
If you could guarantee trees on your route, you should consider a camping hammock instead of a tent.I've always wondered how functional these things really are. You not only need trees, you need two trees the right distance apart, strong enough and with no obstructions between them. The ads always show an ideal set-up but how realistic are they?
The shape of the pick up sensor usually dictates where on the fork it must be mounted. I position the magnet to work with the sensor.The recent Cateye cyclometers I'm familiar with have pickup mounts that are useable anywhere along the length of the fork blade.
Not me. It never has occurred to me that a cell phone was an essential safety item. That may be because I grew up years before they existed.Actually my kids grew up before there were cell phones!
Colt does not list the mass of their products on their Website so I'll guess a WWI replica 45 is about 6 pounds?The standard full size steel frame 1911 weighs about 37 oz and an alloy frame shortened version gets the weight down to about 25 oz.
The 8 megapixels is adequate, and the newer models go up to 12.How fast we get spoiled. It wasn't very long ago that professional level DSLR's didn't have 8 megapixels. I recall seeing a digital back for Hassleblad's that had 11 megapixels, was limited to an ISO of 50 and cost like a new car. Now point-and-shoots have more.