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Jun
20
comment Is there legal recourse to drivers passing too close?
OP mentioned the distance of 3 feet, and even linked to the statute.
Jun
20
comment Is there legal recourse to drivers passing too close?
A wet sock you say? What I wouldn't give for so robust a response from the local criminal justice system.
Jun
14
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
12
comment What is lever throw and cable slack?
You mean, so you can't modulate your braking force?
Jun
11
comment What does an expensive wheel have over a cheap wheel?
Surely it means a cheap wheel will be either light (but weak) or strong (but heavy)
Jun
11
comment Riding in nice office/casual clothes?
Might be a skin flora thing ... my wife has strong opinions on how I smell in most technical fabrics, and especially smelly helly.
May
31
answered Which clothes to use in wet weather for long distances?
May
29
answered Do Kevlar Belts really offer puncture protection?
Apr
3
comment Electronic bicycling ranking for the office cyclists?
You mean like clubs?
Jan
22
comment Bicycle lights- Indicating in the dark
FYI, I just saw this article, which seems relevant.
Jan
21
comment Bicycle lights- Indicating in the dark
Good point! (I was thinking of motor traffic, and anyway use a light strong enough to light a reflector myself).
Jan
21
comment Bicycle lights- Indicating in the dark
In general, if someone is close enough they need to see your signal, they're probably close enough to illuminate retroreflectives with their headlights. So, something like this or this would probably be fine, and doesn't need either a clip or a battery. (OK, the second is really for ankles, but might work if you have thick wrists).
Jan
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
comment What is a simple mnemonic for remembering the thread direction when removing pedals?
For reference: I'm pretty sure Daniel was just enjoying some quality puns, and there's nothing in your comment to worry about.
Dec
10
comment The back brake on my bike is not functional, is it illegal for me to cycle in the United Kingdom?
Even assuming wikipedia is correct, your interpretation of it is not. It says something ... is a crime if it is capable of being followed by what are called criminal proceedings. Note capable of being followed, not actually followed. Matters may be handled by FPN (for example) because it's faster and cheaper to administer: not because it could not be prosecuted in court.
Nov
9
comment Protocol for downhill cyclist overtaking a car?
I'm pretty certain this is jurisdiction-specific. In the UK, unless you're deliberately blocking progress, you can't be charged just for going more slowly than someone else likes (otherwise farm vehicles wouldn't be able to get anywhere). The rules are likely different for motorways, though.
Nov
8
comment Protocol for downhill cyclist overtaking a car?
The speed limit is a maximum, not a target, and no-one cedes priority by driving slower if the conditions warrant it
Nov
5
comment What is the sliding bar on the bottom of my road shoe for?
If the linked video doesn't help, and it isn't obvious (did the cleats come with this magic tab, and can you screw it to the eyelet once the cleats are positioned?) I don't know. My answer was based solely on curiosity and google-fu. Maybe @ThaRiddla or someone else has more concrete help?
Oct
25
answered What is the sliding bar on the bottom of my road shoe for?