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reviewed No Action Needed How do I get rid of odor from cycling shoes?
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reviewed Edit rims tag wiki
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reviewed Leave Open Help for a 169 mile bike ride
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reviewed Leave Open Need help choosing rims for fixed gear
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reviewed Close 1996 Mongoose size 19" Crossway 650 replacement size inner tube
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reviewed Reviewed Alex CXD6 Wheelset Clincher or tubular?
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revised Alex CXD6 Wheelset Clincher or tubular?
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reviewed Looks OK Alex CXD6 Wheelset Clincher or tubular?
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comment How to select double leg kickstand
@BPugh I find that the handlebars are a bigger hindrance to stuff like that. I do have a longer, cable lock though. So that probably helps.
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comment How to select double leg kickstand
@BPugh I have a kickstand similar to these and I've never had a problem getting right up next to a bike rack, telephone pole, whatever. If anything, I find it even easier than a traditional kickstand because the bike stands straight up and doesn't lean away from the object in question.
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reviewed Reviewed How do I tune up the shifters/derailleurs on my mountain bike?
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comment How do I tune up the shifters/derailleurs on my mountain bike?
Welcome to Bicycles SE. We prefer answers on this site to be self-contained. That way, the answer is still valid if the original video is taken down. Please summarize what information is contained in the videos within the body of your answer. Otherwise, it is likely to be downvoted, flagged, and ultimately deleted.
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reviewed Reviewed How can I learn to take care of an old (70s era) road bike/get it back to working condition?
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comment How can I learn to take care of an old (70s era) road bike/get it back to working condition?
Welcome to Bicycles SE. Learning material recommendations are off topic for this site. Therefore, I have removed that portion of your question. However, the rest of your question is a good, workable question and you already have a few answers to go with it. Once you gain a bit more reputation, you'll be able to enter our chat room where asking about learning materials would be just fine.
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revised How can I learn to take care of an old (70s era) road bike/get it back to working condition?
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reviewed No Action Needed Suspension leakage
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reviewed No Action Needed Bike Cleaning Help
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reviewed No Action Needed Stainless steel bolts for brake calipers
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reviewed No Action Needed Marin MTB eldridge Grade