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Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
2
accepted Fixie chain stuck between cog and hub
Mar
2
comment Fixie chain stuck between cog and hub
Thanks for the comments and assistance, everyone. I don't have easy access to a workbench or vice and I haven't been able to pry it loose with a screwdriver or anything, looks like taking it to a shop and letting them have a go at it is the best option. On closer inspection it looks like some of the spokes may need replacing (as @PeteH mentioned in his answer) so getting those replaced will be necessary as well.
Feb
28
comment Fixie chain stuck between cog and hub
Thanks! I've gotten the lockring off but yeah, the cog itself is problematic. I don't have a bench or vise of my own so taking it into a shop is probably going to have to be the endgame here. And in answer to your last point, my chain tension was definitely too loose – I'd noticed it the day before and intended to adjust it. And then forgot until my commute the next day when this happened. :(
Feb
28
revised Fixie chain stuck between cog and hub
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Feb
28
asked Fixie chain stuck between cog and hub
Jan
8
comment What sort of bike will suit both offroading and onroading
I've owned a Surly Cross-check for about 6 years now and have ridden on pavement, gravel, sand, snow, ice, mud, grass, and just about everything else imaginable. Definitely look at a cyclocross bike, they're amazingly versatile.
Nov
17
comment Tips for winter maintenance?
Counting has never been one of my strengths. ;)
Nov
17
answered Tips for winter maintenance?
Aug
25
awarded  Yearling
May
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comment Cross tires on a road bike
The Surly Cross-Check is another great cyclocross bike that's under $1500 USD. I've been riding one for nearly 6 years now – both with cross tires and road slicks – and it's been nothing but a champ all along.
Apr
27
comment How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
Nice, those aren't too far away from me. Will definitely give those a try. Thanks!
Apr
23
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
23
comment How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
There are really no "wrong" answers to my question but I'll mark yours as "correct" since you answered first. :)
Apr
23
accepted How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
Apr
23
comment How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
I live right in Amsterdam so those spots aren't super close, but I have friends in Maastricht I can stay with so it's not entirely out of the question to get down there occasionally.
Apr
23
comment How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
The RSVP? Nice, I rode the STP (Seattle-to-Portland) back in 2005. Never got around to the RSVP though I've heard it's incredible.
Apr
22
asked How should I train for a hilly ride while living in a flat country?
Mar
5
comment
I'd vote for you purely based on the milk thing listed in your profile alone. ;)
Mar
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