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Nov
25
awarded  Teacher
Nov
24
answered What's the easiest way to insert a star nut into a steerer tube?
Nov
24
comment What's the easiest way to insert a star nut into a steerer tube?
If you do mess it up, you can always drill through the nut to save yourself blushes at the shop. It comes out pretty easily then.
Nov
24
comment How to find a bell that works well in the rain?
@freiheit That's very true in continental Europe but in the UK, pedestrians are as confused by a bell as they are by the cycle lanes.
Nov
24
asked What's the easiest way to insert a star nut into a steerer tube?
Jul
29
comment Why don't most MTBs have rear shocks?
My legs can't pedal and absorb shocks simultaneously.
Apr
28
comment How should I set up my rear shock (with ProPedal) to minimise bob when climbing?
No I've only been out on the road bike. Rest assured I shall return with the data soon.
Apr
20
awarded  Student
Apr
19
comment How should I set up my rear shock (with ProPedal) to minimise bob when climbing?
Yes I will try this, also moz's suggestion to time myself in each setting.
Apr
18
comment How should I set up my rear shock (with ProPedal) to minimise bob when climbing?
@sillyyak Well yes you would think that but I don't know what each level actually means and as I said the manual is vague, e.g. 'switch positions and select a setting that reduces suspension movement most effectively'. It doesn't even commit to whether propedal being on or off will reduce movement more.
Apr
18
comment How should I set up my rear shock (with ProPedal) to minimise bob when climbing?
@moz Timing a climb is a good idea. I suppose as long as I use the same gear each time it would be a reasonably equal test. @sillyyak The bike is an '08 Rocky Mountain Element 30.
Apr
17
awarded  Supporter
Apr
17
asked How should I set up my rear shock (with ProPedal) to minimise bob when climbing?