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comment Recommendation for panniers to carry a laptop for daily commute That's available in the UK
What size is your laptop? Also when you say something that "converts into a bag" do you mean something you can hold in your hand, sling around your neck or carry on your back like a rucksack?
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comment Why recover with carbohydrates, instead of with protein?
I think this question is out of the scope of cycling and better suited to Fitness and Nutrition
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comment Why do the front and rear brakes work independently?
@Neil Fein My right brake lever affects the front wheel
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comment Why do the front and rear brakes work independently?
@Nickaldwin Fixed thankyou
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Please submit one at a time. I use InstaMapper for tracking my dog walks with my iPhone. It relies heavily on a decent GPS signal for good results.
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comment What's your most useful cycle accessory?
@Neil Fein, CamelBaks are fairly expensive, you're usually buying it for the brand. I've bought a decent two litre water bladder + rucksack for £40 from the 'Bikehut brand owned by Halfords
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comment Why do the front and rear brakes work independently?
I'd like to add that no matter what brake you use it's all about your posture when braking, if you lean back into the seat a bit more and put pressure on the back wheel you'll be less likely to flip.