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Bicycles and components designed around 29" (aka ISO 622mm) rims and tires for mountain biking use.
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Any bicycle with more than one person simultaneously providing power. Includes trandems and other unusual variants.
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should be used for all questions dealing with the transportation of bicycles from one place to another (not using the bikes themselves as a form of transportation)
Fittings, usually for wheels and saddle-posts, with a lever at one end so you can open them by hand, instead of using a spanner.
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Questions comparing bikes or types of bikes, and how to choose between them.
How road users communicate with each other: hand gestures, flashing lights, horns and bells. Not traffic signs that tell you what to do or where to go, nor markings on the road surface itself.
Cross Country cycling, usually on a mountain bike, but also cyclocross bikes and light hybrids.
Questions about chains slipping off the gears, or the chain derailing, or the bike shifting at odd times, perhaps while standing to pedal uphill.
wheel hubs that contain an electricity-generating mechanism (dynamo) that converts wheel motion into electricity to power lights or other accessories on a bicycle. They form an integra…
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Squealing, screeching, thumping, whatever... brakes should be pretty quiet. When they're not, use this tag.