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Jul
30
awarded  Reviewer
Jul
30
reviewed No Action Needed What is the easiest way to fix a loose chain?
Jul
30
answered Is there a way to hop up onto a parallel curb?
Jul
30
reviewed Reviewed How can I fix my rear derailleur's B-tension adjustment?
Jul
30
reviewed Reviewed How Big is my Wheel Circumference?
Jul
30
revised How Big is my Wheel Circumference?
Upvote to say "thanks." And please do not use signatures. http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5029/are-taglines-signatures-disallowed
Jul
28
reviewed No Action Needed What are the downsides of a twisted wheel?
Jul
28
reviewed Close Can I upgrade V-brake to disk brake for Cannondale Quick Cx 5
Jul
28
comment Pedals turn but front sprocket does not
Please post a picture of your crankset. That will help to diagnose your problem.
Jul
27
reviewed Close Pedals turn but front sprocket does not
Jul
27
reviewed Close cantilever brakes have 1mm play in then is this normal?
Jul
27
reviewed Close Quick-release seat slipping down
Jul
26
reviewed No Action Needed Does the Brooks Cambium C17 Saddle rub off?
Jul
26
reviewed No Action Needed Chain rings slip when crank is turned
Jul
26
reviewed No Action Needed What's the maximum tire width of a Cannondale Bad Boy 6 2014?
Jul
26
comment When do I need more than one bike? How many bike is enough? How many bikes is too many?
In all seriousness though, this question is bordering on being primarily opinion based. Personally, I'll wait to see what kind of answers it gets before passing judgment, but it won't surprise me if the community votes to close it.
Jul
26
comment When do I need more than one bike? How many bike is enough? How many bikes is too many?
There are two equations to establish the correct number of bikes to own. In both equations c is the correct number of bikes. The first is n + 1 = c where n is the number of bikes you currently own, or a - 1 = c where a is the number of bikes at which your significant other will leave you.
Jul
25
reviewed No Action Needed Carrying Pizza on a Bicycle
Jul
25
reviewed Reviewed Coping with mud in the face
Jul
25
comment Coping with mud in the face
Welcome to Bicycles SE. If you are in any way affiliated with this product, you must declare your affiliation within the body of your answer. Whether or not you are affiliated, it would be good if you could give reason why this fender is better than any other option. From what I can see, it doesn't look any different than anything else on the market. As it stands, your answer is likely to get downvoted, flagged as spam, and possibly deleted.