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It is impossible to drink a gallon of milk in an hour.

I have done so.

Therefore, I can do the impossible.


Mar
29
answered installing a 700-18-23C tube on a bicycle
Mar
29
reviewed Reviewed Do I need to be concerned about a carbon frame if I attach a bike trailer?
Mar
28
reviewed Approve Is listening to music dangerous while cycling?
Mar
28
reviewed Reviewed Can I change chainring size on a dirt jump bike?
Mar
28
comment Can I change chainring size on a dirt jump bike?
As @Mσᶎ says, it sounds like you're describing a chainring. Chainrings have teeth, the chain wraps around them, and they look like this. Is that right?
Mar
27
reviewed Reject Building my own full suspension MTB: How to I select a frame?
Mar
27
reviewed No Action Needed Air suspension unit for relatively low mass
Mar
27
comment Wheels changing on Giant Rebel 4
As @BenediktBauer mentions, your question is a bit unclear. I think this is partially due to formatting issues and partially due to terminology issues. We have a Terminology Indes if you need help with terminology. It would also be helpful to edit your question to use complete sentences and proper punctuation.
Mar
27
reviewed No Action Needed Wheels changing on Giant Rebel 4
Mar
26
comment Disc brake producing noise after a crash
That's usually what it sounds like when the disc is just barely rubbing on the pads. You probably knocked something out of alignment somewhere. If you hold the wheel off the ground and give it a spin, you'll probably be able to see it rub.
Mar
25
reviewed Edit How to get my feet out of SPD pedals?
Mar
25
revised How to get my feet out of SPD pedals?
added model numbers
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed Fitting a bottle cage
Mar
25
comment Have you built your own components?
Welcome to Bicycles SE. It appears that you're looking to participate in a forum style discussion. Unfortunately, questions of that type are not a good fit for the Stack Exchange format. This question would be a better fit if you were to ask for a specific solution to a specific problem.
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed Have you built your own components?
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed Are road bikes capable of being ridden on gravel?
Mar
25
revised Are road bikes capable of being ridden on gravel?
improved title, fixed a minor capitalization issue
Mar
25
comment Are runners or pedestrians allowed to use the bike lane?
@mattnz Terms like "adequate," "in good repair," and "when practicable" are often thrown into laws like this so that the law doesn't require people to use a sidewalk or bike lane that is riddled with potholes, obstructed with debris, or otherwise hazardous. I'm no lawyer, but I think they're left deliberately ambiguous so that the cyclist/pedestrian can decide when it's safe to use the lane/sidewalk, and when it's not.
Mar
24
revised How do I deal with a dog chasing me when I'm touring?
Removed edited in question.
Mar
24
reviewed Approve Tapping threads into braze-ons