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post #16 of 59 (permalink) Old 02-28-2008, 06:28 AM
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I think a cool (but probably not important) thing to bring on rides would be a camera. That way you can take awesome photos of your day ride and post them on this forum

I know I've passed a lot of kodak moments and wished I had a camera. With the digital age here in full swing, you can have them and publish them the minute you get home.
I haul my DSLR all over the place in my Cortech tri-bag, but the new ultra-compacts make it a no-brainer for anyone to take decent pictures while traveling. My ultra compact stays in a dry box like this (which I originally acquired for hiking).

(FWIW I recommend an ultra compact with removable, rechargeable batteries, use standard SD memory cards and have an acceptable optical zoom).


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I think a cool (but probably not important) thing to bring on rides would be a camera. That way you can take awesome photos of your day ride and post them on this forum

I know I've passed a lot of kodak moments and wished I had a camera. With the digital age here in full swing, you can have them and publish them the minute you get home.
I always bring a cheap digital camera, but somehow I still end up riding past all the good photo ops. Who wants to pull over when you're in the zone? I just tell myself I'll stop "on the way back." As a result, I have a bunch of photos from rides that consist mainly of everyone getting ready to leave in the morning or filling up with gas or drinking a post-ride beer.
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Camelbak. I like to stay hydrated.

Other than that, a tire repair kit/batt-op tire inflater.

Oh, cigarettes, I guess. I'm a fiend.
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Camelbak. I like to stay hydrated.
I'll second that. Being able to take a sip of water anytime beats waiting until the next stop and then trying to chug a bottle of water.
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Jergens, a rain suit, one rubber glove and an iridium shield. Try to see what a cop says when he pulls up to you standing on the side of the road.

I met Mr. Gravity, Mr. Momentum and Mr. Small Trees. These guys are assholes. If you can, don't do lunch with them. But if you do, you'll wish you had the gang with you.
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Spit is lightweight and it takes less room.

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Jergens, a rain suit, one rubber glove and an iridium shield. Try to see what a cop says when he pulls up to you standing on the side of the road.

I'm sorry officer, but is there a problem?
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Hunh!
Theres some spent motherfuckers around here!
I love it!

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My tire repair kit and Slime tire inflator.

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I always bring an extra battery for my cell phone. Just one of those cheap one time use deals. Saved me a couple of times when I was gone on a long trip and camping without electricity.
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