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comment Is it possible to have a cover over your chain,cassette,derailleur and cogs to avoid regular cleaning?
@DanielRHicks, I also had Schwalbe Marathon Plus on that bike... (My ride to work was short enough that raw speed was not an issue.)
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comment Is it possible to have a cover over your chain,cassette,derailleur and cogs to avoid regular cleaning?
This is one of the reasons I went with "internal gear hub" for my town commuting bike.
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revised What type of brakes is least subject to failure in the winter?
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comment What type of brakes is least subject to failure in the winter?
@plh, rather defeats having a bike as transport, if a 5 minutes trip to the shop then needs all that work when you get home.
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comment Should I use lights in foggy conditions?
@Trengot, but they are easy to point down a bit when in fog
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comment Is it possible to ride 18km everyday for a beginner?
@gerrit, it is uphill on the way in one direction, otherwise I would agree with you.
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comment Folding bike for commuting and touring
How often do you need to take the bike on public transport?
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comment Is it better to have a slightly big or slightly small bike?
Try a bike with a "ladies frame"
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