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Oct
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comment does lycra turn cyclists into douchebags?
'Minding your own business' isn't grounds for ignoring vehicular laws.
Sep
30
comment How to exchange a seat stray on a 2013 Cube AMS 150 Super HPC Race carbon bike?
Carbon is very easy to damage. Maybe have a professional handle the repair if you're not sure how to do it.
Sep
24
comment Road bike for brevets
Yeah, bike fit can get complex very fast. Sometimes it's worth it to pay a professional ~100 dollars to tell you what you need.
Sep
24
comment Road bike for brevets
If he switches his setup and his discomfort goes away that's a pretty definitive diagnosis.
Sep
24
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Sep
24
comment Road bike for brevets
Yeah, I didn't mention it here, but I think fit is a given. If a bike doesn't fit you properly, it doesn't matter what else you do to it, you're not going to be comfortable if it doesn't fit you.
Sep
24
answered Road bike for brevets
Sep
24
revised How to remove a seized bottom bracket from a titanium frame?
grammar!!
Sep
24
revised How to get back into racing after an accident
grammar!
Sep
23
answered The new Copenhagen wheel - a worthwhile investment?
Sep
23
revised The new Copenhagen wheel - a worthwhile investment?
Fixed grammar and formatting. Modified the question slightly to lean towards all-in-one electric wheels in general so that it might not be closed
Sep
18
comment Is there anything concerning about buying a half-price “test helmet” from my local bike shop?
The general rule of thumb is if you suspect a helmet could possibly be damaged, replace it. Granted, this recommendation was born out of an abundance of caution. smf.org/helmetfaq#aWhyReplace
Sep
18
answered Is there anything concerning about buying a half-price “test helmet” from my local bike shop?
Sep
17
comment Something sounds loose but cant see what
It's hard to say much with such a vague description, you're probably going to have to narrow it down some more or take it to a shop. Some food for thought: If you're short on grease somewhere, there are a lot of moving parts that will make noise even if they're not loose. Inside the bottom bracket or a hub or other bearing-type parts for example.
Sep
15
answered does anyone still make competitive chromoly frames for road biking?
Sep
11
answered What should I do with my crank/bottom bracket?
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answered Roof-top bike rack crash
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answered Why do riders not take advantage of other riders misfortune
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