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Bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle
I want to ride my bike
I want to ride my bicycle
I want to ride it where I like


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answered I want to weld or braze the pedal to the crank arm, but what metals are they?
Jul
24
answered Cyclocross bike fit
Jul
24
answered 2,600km on an 8 speed bike?
Jul
24
comment 2,600km on an 8 speed bike?
The Alfine 11 only has extra gears on the high end, the lowest ratios are the same.
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Apr
30
answered Route planning and avoiding gravel/unpaved roads?
Mar
10
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
11
comment Why to choose 36 or 32 spokes (or another number)?
You stated that you are changing the rims (but not wheels?). Does this mean you are keeping your hub or did you mean to say you are getting new wheels? If its the former, it is best to match the rim spoke count to the hub spoke count.
Feb
11
answered Why would each patch produce a new leak before resintalling tube?
Feb
6
comment Do quick release wheels require certain design in the fork?
@Batman - name calling is not appropriate behaviour.
Feb
6
comment Do quick release wheels require certain design in the fork?
@Batman - while better even Shimano QRs are not faultless. I stand by my original answer.
Feb
6
answered Do quick release wheels require certain design in the fork?
Feb
6
comment Do quick release wheels require certain design in the fork?
@DanielRHicks - I am sorry misapplication of a QR can happen. Calling people "stupid" is inappropriate. If the QR is not tighten it properly the constant vibration of riding off road can cause it to loosen further. The "lawyer lips" can help keep the wheel in the drop outs under such circumstances.
Feb
5
comment Can I use a cyclocross bike for regular road-biking purposes?
I think you meant to say slacker head tube angles. I have a spread sheet of geometries, most CX bikes are about 1 to 2 degrees slacker on the head tube angle.
Jan
29
comment Disc Brakes VS cantilever / V brakes
Your question is too vague, you need to provide more information on your intended use case. Each brake may be optimal under different use situations. I don't think there is a one single 'correct' answer to the question as it is currently asked.
Jan
20
answered How to nail clipping into race pedals without looking?
Jan
4
comment Properties with Belt-driven Chains?
Actually the gates carbon belts do not stretch under load. The carbon fiber is "length-stable" see carbondrivesystems.com/tech/overview
Dec
30
comment Are there any high power bicycle generators?
@ChrisH - For your purpose redirecting the light sounds practical. However, recall this site is a general question and answer website. For many other cyclists (e.g., city commuters) continually reconfiguring their light while riding could be dangerous and impractical. For example I commute by trail and road and pass upwards of 50 cars and people every day. That would be a lot of re-adjusting!
Dec
28
comment Using hub-dynamo for both lights and charging, with priority on lighting
I have run both a ReeCharge and a Lumotec IQ Cyo T Senso Plus without much problem at night. The light is dimmed slightly, the degree of which lessens with increased speed and was barely noticed. The warning is likely to protect the company against any possible lawsuits.
Dec
28
comment Flickering light, Lumotec IQ Fly Senso Plus with SON hub-generator
Also check the position of the switch, I had a similar problem and the switch was halfway between the senso setting and on causing an odd behaviour