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Apr
25
comment Reducing saddle bounce when increasing cadence
Suspension seatpost looks the ticket
Apr
24
asked Reducing saddle bounce when increasing cadence
Apr
18
accepted Efficient gear shifting
Apr
18
comment Efficient gear shifting
Yeah I'm pretty sure I'm a masher out of habit. I do have a new goal of getting larger distances under my belt and upping my endurance since it's pretty meh atm.
Apr
18
comment Efficient gear shifting
Seems a purchasing a bike computer is next on the list of things to :)
Apr
17
asked Efficient gear shifting
Apr
17
answered Best sources for inexpensive cycling clothing
Mar
28
comment What are the “monument” races?
Upvote for Eddy Merckx reference just read his wiki somewhat of a God on the saddle
Mar
23
awarded  Commentator
Mar
23
comment geared to fixied options
Pretty dead set on fixed. I've seen some drop out conversion kits but I'm a little dubious of them. Then again they may be my only option if I do not want a slack chain
Mar
8
comment what to look for when buying bicycle pants
@DanielRHicks Yeah I know, but many ppl have the mini kryptos attached to their jeans and no doubt a few $60 locks have been lost due to Jean rippage. Perhaps a viable alternative, can't say till I try them. However my krypto is huge so it stays in the backpack. On the topic of wearing locks However I the levi's do have a few features I like, water resistance and reflective tape. Thou I do believe this is levi's cashing in on the rise of cycling. Blame hipsters!
Mar
8
revised what to look for when buying bicycle pants
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Feb
29
answered what to look for when buying bicycle pants
Feb
29
comment what to look for when buying bicycle pants
150 quid for trousers! They look the part but my problem is how they will hold up to the weather and general dirt from the bike
Feb
14
accepted Can a fixed gear sprocket be changed without tools?
Feb
9
accepted Best bang for the buck to improve a cheap fixie?
Feb
8
comment Best bang for the buck to improve a cheap fixie?
@Unsliced "lose their trueness relatively quickly and the hubs and bearings will need TLC quite soon too" What maintenance is associated with such a bike? I'd rather make my mistakes on this bike as opposed to my next bike.
Feb
7
comment Best bang for the buck to improve a cheap fixie?
@NeilFein I just purchased this bike argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3323461.htm The standard 11kg steel fixie
Feb
7
comment Best bang for the buck to improve a cheap fixie?
I'm talking the classic kind of road bike that you would pick to take you from A to B. Could be fixed or geared
Feb
7
asked Best bang for the buck to improve a cheap fixie?