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Related specifically to bicycling in the United States of America.
The procedure to align the wheel by tightening and/or loosening the spokes
designed for long distance cycling with luggage. They are usually similar in design to road bikes, with slick tyres and drop handlebars, but have a wider range of gears, longer wheel…
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about forward facing lights on the front of a bike: on the handle bars; fixed to the front of the frame; on the forks and so on. It is not about lights worn around the head or on a helmet,…
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Power meters and all related data analysis. Power meters measure direct force applied to one of the pedals, crankarm, crankset, rear hub, or other methods. They use cadence in conjunction with t…
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Servicing things before they break, so they're less likely to fail at all.
Issues of behaviour between cyclists and other road or trail users, including other cyclists, drivers, pedestrians and horse riders.
Questions about riding in snow. Please note that there are separate WINTER and ICE tags.
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Any bicycle with more than one person simultaneously providing power. Includes trandems and other unusual variants.
Bicycles and components designed around 29" (aka ISO 622mm) rims and tires for mountain biking use.
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a bicycle (or tricycle) that places the rider in a laid-back reclining position.