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Feb
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answered Employer Duty of Care for cyclist
Oct
3
comment Least worn tyre: front or back?
A simpler explanation is that worn tires are more likely to puncture, the back wears faster than the front so most of the time the back is more worn than the front and so is more likely to puncture. I'm sure there are other contributing factors but this seems to be the most likely cause.
Oct
1
comment Lowest Gear Out of Whack
Are you sure you tightened the cable to fix the previous problem? I.e., turning the adjuster anti-clockwise. It sounds like the cable is even looser now which would explain the redundant click at the top end (smallest sprocket).
Sep
30
answered Back Gears Clicking
May
6
awarded  Supporter
May
4
answered Is it normal to have some soreness in your knees after cycling with SPD?
May
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awarded  Editor
May
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revised Are there any bicycle computers that will log ride data?
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May
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suggested suggested edit on Are there any bicycle computers that will log ride data?
May
2
answered Any research (or reliable statistics) on benefits of making yourself more visible (blinking light even in daytime, bright colors)?
May
1
awarded  Teacher
May
1
answered Are chainring bolts interchangeable?
May
1
answered What should I look for in a torque wrench?