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awarded  Notable Question
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Jan
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accepted How can I tell if a rack and panniers will work with my bike?
Jan
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comment How can I tell if a rack and panniers will work with my bike?
Probably mostly for bringing home the weekend shopping.
Jan
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asked How can I tell if a rack and panniers will work with my bike?
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comment Best type of headphones while riding
The best type is no type. Pay attention to your surroundings instead, the life you save might be your own.
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comment Training Wheels for an Adult
Tell him to man up!
Jun
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comment Am I too heavy for my road bike tires?
How much pressure are you putting into your tires when you pump them up?
Jun
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comment How much do components really matter for a non-competitive rider?
If you're talking 30+ miles then you might want to move weight a bit higher up the priority list, especially if you live somewhere hilly. A lighter bike will use up less of your energy reserves over the same distance compared to a heavier bike, and heavy bikes can really be unpleasant to pedal up hill.
Jun
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comment How can I prevent cars from passing me too closely?
They sell high-vis tabards in the UK that say POLITE on the back. At first glance this looks like POLICE. Tends to put people off being especially dickish. :)
Jun
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comment Is there legal recourse to drivers passing too close?
In borderline cases a camera wouldn't be much help, but if you capture his wing mirror brushing your handlebars as he goes past it's not a massive leap to think he was less than 3 feet away.
Jun
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comment Is there legal recourse to drivers passing too close?
Having small change stolen from you is far less likely to result in serious injury or death than careless driving near you. I think being carelessly overtaken is legitimate grounds for concern.