627 Comments Posted by flushed

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Also found this apparently at least one kind were invented in 1896 http://www.speedplay.com/index.cfm?fuseacti

I have look pedals on my road bike and mountain bike pedals on my mountain bike. I wouldn't much like having to use toe clips.
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from this page; http://www.zefal.com/e...steel-toe-clips.html
French cyclist born on the 22nd of January 1885 in Paris, Eugène Christophe is viewed as the inventor of the toe-clip. In 1925, he sold his invention to Poutrait-Morin (known now as Zéfal), and was the Director of the company until his death in 1970. Since then, Zéfal never stopped selling these legendary Christophe toe-clips. Sold by pair.

The tour de france began in 1903 so they rode it all those years w/o clips! Of course they smoked and drank wine as they rode too. Before it became serious sport.
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Thank You Fred.
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I sowre I would quit when they hit a dollar when they jumped from .65 to .75 cents in 1976. The last pack I bought cost $2.37 in 1993.
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This is the first time that moth registered clearly to me.
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movie set.
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Any after effects of that black mold on the ceiling Motts?
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:) Thanks Lucie
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I wonder what rooms are on each side?
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An interesting table lamp there.
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did you step on the scale?
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the railing seems dangerously unsafe
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looks like a toilet chair.
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I was thinking measuring of specific gravity
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What is clabber Lucie?