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Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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accepted Will changing suspension fork travel change geometry of bike?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment What's a good bike for daily use in New Orleans? A flat city with lots of potholes and bad roads
"hardtail with a rigid steel fork" means no suspension
Jun
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answered What's a good bike for daily use in New Orleans? A flat city with lots of potholes and bad roads
Jun
24
accepted Are Shimano Hollowtech II bottom bracket spacers unique?
Jun
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awarded  Critic
Jun
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asked Will changing suspension fork travel change geometry of bike?
Jun
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accepted Is my Fox RP23 Rear Shock blown?
Jun
17
comment How do I get rid of the noise on my Hayes Stroker Trail brakes
Hayes Stroker brakes are notoriously squeaky. I have some and they make plenty of noise. I don't think you'll be able to do much about the noise, but you should definitely get them adjusted to be sufficiently "grippy". Mine work great other than the noise.
Jun
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comment Are Shimano Hollowtech II bottom bracket spacers unique?
Thanks moz. I believe you're answer is correct. I ended up buying Shimano spacers and they have 2 small notches directly across from one another...I don't know for sure if all other spacers have those notches or even that the notches serves any purpose at all :)
Jun
15
accepted Proper fork length for a bike with 5.5 inches of rear shock
Jun
15
asked Is my Fox RP23 Rear Shock blown?
Jun
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asked Are Shimano Hollowtech II bottom bracket spacers unique?
May
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revised Proper fork length for a bike with 5.5 inches of rear shock
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May
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asked Proper fork length for a bike with 5.5 inches of rear shock
May
10
comment Finding a road bike for 5'2'' girlfriend
sportymamabikes.com but buy local if you can. Do as I say not as I do :)
May
10
answered Finding a road bike for 5'2'' girlfriend
May
9
comment New stem, bars & shifters on old Bridgestone 700
Yes, I really like the simplicity and forgiveness of the downtube shifters. They're so easy to tune. I think if I raise the bars, get wider bars and put some new tape on them (currently very thin and slippery) I'll be able to get a feel for reaching down to shift. Thanks.