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comment Can a greasy chain cause the chain to come off the rings?
The last couple of weeks I've been playing close attention to shifting technique, especially right before the chain pops off as it has continued to do so occasionally. I believe I found a pattern and can recreate it pretty consistently: the chain pops off when I'm in the one of the smallest rear cogs and the small chain ring and then shift to the big ring.
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comment How to adjust seat saddle and saddle position for knee pain?
Woohoo! I moved the seat post down about 2mm and the seat backward about 4mm and the difference was huge. After 40 miles I feel fresh in the legs, no stress on my knees at all!
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comment Frame sizing: “medium” vs. inches vs. centimeters
Thanks Daniel. Do you know of generally accepted measurements that are equivalent to the frame sizes of xxsmall, xsmall, small, medium, large, xlarge, xxlarge, xxxlarge? I know it varies between manufacturers, but perhaps a general range of measurements (eg medium is usually 50cm-56cm frames). Thanks!
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comment Frame sizing: “medium” vs. inches vs. centimeters
@freheit Do you know of generally accepted measurements that are equivalent to the frame sizes of xxsmall, xsmall, small, medium, large, xlarge, xxlarge, xxxlarge? I know it varies between manufacturers, but perhaps a general range of measurements (eg medium is usually 50cm-56cm frames). Thanks!
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comment Frame sizing: “medium” vs. inches vs. centimeters
Thanks :) I found the perfect answered buried in there! "Hybrids seem to sometimes be sized like road bikes or like mountain bikes, but the frame geometry probably doesn't really quite match up to either style of bike and they may report the sizing as what matches the other style or as the actual measurement." I think you're exactly right. Nice!
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