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comment Is it better to have a slightly big or slightly small bike?
but the standover cannot be adjusted, whereas the stems, seatpost, etc can -- therefore I say it's a bit better to have a slightly too small bike than one that is too large.
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revised Are slick tires worth it for commuting?
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reviewed Approve What electric bikes are for sale in the US, and how good are they?
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revised Why such a dramatic drop in power when the handlebars are lower than the seat?
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comment Kickstands and mountain bikes
@neil ground clearance is a bigger deal on mountain bikes because you're traversing rocks, stumps, uneven trails, etc. That's the main reason I would not want one. Plus, just another thing to add weight, get in the way, and mountain bikes don't need to be treated so gently with a kickstand, as the other answer noted.
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comment Safest way to slow down a bike quickly if both sets of brakes fail
if you have tried them, can you comment on the efficacy of each method in your experience
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comment Looking for a first race worthy road bike - What should I look for?
this is a bit too broad, and too much of a shopping recommendation, to be valid. Can you scope this down to something a bit more specific? bicycles.stackexchange.com/faq#dontask and blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/11/qa-is-hard-lets-go-shopping
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revised Removing lubricant from the rear brake and rim?
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comment Switch front and rear tire for distributing wear
@neil fyi the system removes any comments containing the dupe url once it is edited into the body of the post at the time of closure. Otherwise we'd have a ton of duplicate links in the comments.