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Jan
28
comment Are presta valve cores universal?
Can confirm compatibility with qtubes valve cores and stans tubeless presta valve.
Jan
26
comment What is the difference between disk brake rotors?
See also differences between different types of disc brake pads: bicycles.stackexchange.com/questions/17309/…
Jan
22
reviewed Close Better tyres for Cannondale Bad Boy?
Jan
22
reviewed Close Left side isolated granny gear, right side all other gears? Possible and practical?
Jan
22
reviewed Close Super close ratio high gears via double size sprockets… practical?
Jan
22
comment Left side isolated granny gear, right side all other gears? Possible and practical?
This won't work without special equipment. To use stock equipment to get a similar gear range, Just put on a triple crankset with a 22 granny gear in the front and a 10 speed 11-42 cassette in the rear using an MTB clutch rear derailleur from shimano or SRAM. If you want to use road brifters, you'll need to go SRAM, if you want to use friction shifters, your best bet is to go Shimano. You can get around 15 gear inches with a 22 / 40 combo and 700x28mm tires. There would be a lot of chain growth, and you might have issues with cross chaining. Probably want a friction shifter on front derailleur
Jan
22
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
21
reviewed Close Why isn't my quill stem controlling the front wheel of my bike?
Jan
21
reviewed Leave Open Muscles sore and ridicously stiff after riding
Jan
17
awarded  Revival
Jan
11
comment Is my dream of finding a light/commuter/hauling bike a pipe dream?
Light Touring / Rando style bikes seem to fit your style. I have an All City Space Horse, which does the job, but is a bit heavy. I'm drooling over the Velo Orange Pass Hunter Disc, both can use a variety of tire sizes, do racks and fenders, and is setup to be able to ride some distance. If you want larger tires, the soma wolverine is designed around 40mm tires and isn't a beast weight wise.
Jan
10
awarded  Revival
Jan
9
accepted What to wear under tights with fabric padding?
Jan
8
comment What to wear under tights with fabric padding?
TLDR: If it's got a pad, don't wear anything under it. So that's what I did last night on a short mountain bike ride. It felt fine, no chaffing or other ill effect. I had previously worn bibs under these tights and it felt like I was sitting on too much padding.
Jan
7
comment What to wear under tights with fabric padding?
Yeah, it's basically like they cut out a piece of sweatpants material and sewed it on where the chamois would be. Could you call it a chamois?
Jan
7
asked What to wear under tights with fabric padding?
Jan
7
reviewed Close What are the hallmarks of 90s cycling?
Jan
7
reviewed Close Sprinter Universal Bike
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed do DT Swiss 240 hubs need proprietary tools to maintain them?
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed Does anyone know what kind of bike this is?