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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)
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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.
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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.
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Cross Country cycling, usually on a mountain bike, but also cyclocross bikes and light hybrids.
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Questions about chains slipping off the gears, or the chain derailing, or the bike shifting at odd times, perhaps while standing to pedal uphill.
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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.
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