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Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
2
answered Do I really need to replace my helmet every 2-3 years if it hasn't been in a crash?
Sep
2
accepted Bailing out with SPD pedals on a mountain bike
Sep
2
comment Bailing out with SPD pedals on a mountain bike
Thanks -- I've got the SH-56.
Sep
2
comment Bailing out with SPD pedals on a mountain bike
@Angelo, it's only 1/2 second or so, but that makes the difference between crashing or jumping off.
Sep
1
comment Bailing out with SPD pedals on a mountain bike
"When you say that you're able to bail when you know you're going to crash... You would have time to unclip too." No, that's not correct. That's the problem -- sometimes when I would normally bail, I can't because there's no time to unclip.
Sep
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asked Bailing out with SPD pedals on a mountain bike
Sep
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
1
comment How can you speed a road-bike up?
Pedal faster. :)
Sep
1
answered Can replacing my handlebar tape help reduce finger numbness?
Sep
1
accepted Can I ride faster with a bike jersey?
Sep
1
comment Can I ride faster with a bike jersey?
That is an interesting page! No wonder I see partial disk wheels and aero helmets in triathlons.
Aug
31
comment Is there something particularly wrong with exclusively riding a mountain bike in a city setting?
I like the standard. Definition of "Bike Race": Two bicycles going in the same general direction whose riders see one another.
Aug
31
asked Can I ride faster with a bike jersey?
Aug
30
answered Outstanding Organized Rides
Aug
30
answered Outstanding Organized Rides
Aug
27
comment Where should the cleat be on the shoe?
I agree it's a duplicate. I looked for a dup, but the search didn't find it. I'll search harder next time.
Aug
27
asked Where should the cleat be on the shoe?
Aug
23
accepted Adjusting disk brake pad positions
Aug
22
comment Adjusting disk brake pad positions
You're right, Daniel. I really meant the pads rub on the disk -- you cannot adjust the caliper position far enough to avoid this.