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|School is expensive! Why not save money and avoid hassles by bicycling there? You'll cut parking, gas and maintenance costs. Plus, you'll meet more people and enjoy every ride! So, drop by and let us set you up to head to school in style on a bicycle!|
|We have a great selection of bike-to-school accessories from locks and racks, to lights, bells and mirrors!||We also have the perfect back-to-school bicycle for you. In all styles, sizes and colors, too!||Don't miss our selection of stylish helmets and handy bags. Swing by soon and get all set for school!|
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Pack A Manual, Too - If you're a novice mechanic, consider tucking a small repair book in your kit with your tools. This might require carrying everything in a slightly larger bag, but it'll pay dividends if the advice in the book helps you successfully repair your bike. Don't leave that repair book in your kit, either. If you read it before the ride, you'll have a better idea where to begin when things go wrong. You can also learn about repair by watching friends fix their bikes. Bicycles are very user friendly and with a little know-how, experience and the right tools, minor problems are easy to fix.
Also called "time cut," this is a way to eliminate or penalize the slowest riders in a race or event. After every stage in a stage race, a time cut is established by taking the winner's time and adding 10 to 20%. Riders who finish in excess of this buffer zone are not allowed to start the next day. Time limits are common in road stage races, randonneuring and sometimes in other rides like centuries, usually as a way to ensure safety.