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Sep
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answered Child bike seat usage when approaching max weight
Sep
9
answered British Cycling Attire
Nov
14
awarded  Yearling
May
25
comment Suspension forks on child/youth bicycle for road ringing good?
My question is purely functional. Ignore any fashion trends and coolness factors.
May
25
asked Suspension forks on child/youth bicycle for road ringing good?
May
22
comment Are cycling shoes comfortable as everyday wear?
Even for long bike tours (i.e. ~8h on the bike per day) I still use regular shoes.
May
22
comment What tools on a multi-tool do I actually need?
This falls under Risk Management. I commute to work without any tools. If something happens, like a flat tire I deal with it some other way (walk, bus, call some body, hitch a ride, ...). For my commutes every tool failed the "Does it make sense to do the repair on the road?". This is a very personal process. Somebody else might decide to take the whole workshop with you. Neither of us is wrong.
May
22
answered Cycling communities organized rides in Leipzig , Germany
May
22
answered What tools on a multi-tool do I actually need?
May
13
comment Why is cycling on a road so much faster than cycling on a cycle path?
Tarmac of the road is much higher quality than the tarmac of a bike path. Bike paths have often many turns and go up and down. At most crossing you have to yield to traffic. They are primarily designed for recreational use, not for going from one place to another.
May
13
answered Bags for longer touring
May
3
answered Social network for bike users
Apr
28
awarded  Scholar
Apr
28
accepted What does “claiming the lane” mean?
Apr
28
awarded  Custodian
Apr
28
awarded  Editor
Apr
28
reviewed Edit What does “claiming the lane” mean?
Apr
28
revised What does “claiming the lane” mean?
Spelling and clarity
Apr
27
awarded  Student
Apr
27
asked What does “claiming the lane” mean?