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Jan
28
comment Why is a steady cadence so important? Or is it?
I'm not sure if this actually answers the question at hand. The first paragraph is relevant, but in order to answer the question, it would also be necessary to explain why stressing your muscles to a peak level and then resting is bad. This actually sounds a lot like intervals, which are widely accepted as a great training practice. The second paragraph basically boils down to "it looks silly," which is just an opinion (though not one I disagree with), not a reason that steady cadence is important.
Jan
28
revised Why is a steady cadence so important? Or is it?
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Jan
23
comment Left side isolated granny gear, right side all other gears? Possible and practical?
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Jan
22
comment Super close ratio high gears via double size sprockets… practical?
This conversation is bordering on hostile. I would like to remind everyone to be nice on this site. If you do not believe someone's questions have value, simply vote to close and/or flag them. If someone antagonizes you, do not respond in kind. Flag the content and move on.
Jan
20
reviewed Close How to know what size of bike is suitable for your height and weight?
Jan
20
reviewed Leave Open How to tell what BMX frame I have?
Jan
10
reviewed Close What is the minimal seat post depth?
Jan
10
revised Seatpost Overextension
minor correction
Jan
9
comment Identify: 26in dirt jumper/bmx bike “fetish” brand?
Serial numbers are not as helpful in bicycle identification as you might think. As @Mσᶎ mentions, a picture will help much more. A picture of the bike as a whole, and then close-ups of the head tube, rear drops, etc. would be best.
Dec
28
reviewed Close Which mountain bike resort has more built up trails for Enduro and DH: Morillon or Alpe D'Huez?
Dec
22
comment Should I be wearing sunblock?
You've posted two nearly identical answers. Please delete one of them. Thanks.
Dec
22
comment Stainless steel bolts for brake calipers
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Dec
16
comment What bicycle safe anti-car road spikes exist?
@Mσᶎ can undelete his own content if he chooses. I will respect his decision regarding his content.
Dec
16
comment What to do when a snake is in front of you?
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Dec
16
comment Is it more economical to true a cheap wheel or to buy a better wheelset?
Welcome to Bicycles SE. We're looking for answers with more detail. Please consider expanding your answer to explain why a new wheelset would serve the OP better than truing his existing wheelset. A short, one-line answer like this is likely to get downvoted, flagged for moderator intervention, and possibly deleted.
Dec
11
comment Why do skinny tires require less pedal effort?
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Dec
4
comment What is the deal with the new weird Gazelle chain case design?
@RoboKaren In addition to Mladen's comments, it's incredibly difficult to get chain tension correct on a bike with vertical dropouts without some sort of tensioner. It's actually a [fairly common]( way to convert a geared bike to a single speed). Gazelle's approach is just a variation on that idea.
Dec
4
reviewed Close Any experience with spokes breaking on new Trek 720 touring bike
Dec
4
comment Any experience with spokes breaking on new Trek 720 touring bike
The 520 comes with 36 spoke wheels and should be compatible with the 720. In fact, just about any newer 700c disc compatible wheelset will be compatible with your bike. The only thing you'd really have to worry about is the rear hub spacing. Touring bikes can be weird about that sometimes.
Dec
3
reviewed Close How to fit forks to fixie frame