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awarded  Editor
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revised How do I get rid of odor from cycling shoes?
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Jul
18
answered Clipless pedals: Why clipping in so darn difficult?
Jul
16
comment Sudden tyre deflation with no puncture
Maybe the valve got depressed and let the air out? Hence no puncture, but loss of air?
Jul
1
awarded  Student
Jun
30
comment How do I get rid of odor from cycling shoes?
Bit of both- but odour in this case. Where I store them in work means they don't dry after a soaking :(
Jun
30
asked How do I get rid of odor from cycling shoes?
Jun
6
comment Not enough space to adjust the caliper
A picture here would help :)
May
29
comment Paint chips on MTB
Please add how/what you used to sort it- so that others searching have the solution too!
May
28
comment gears slipping after a chain change
Both be worn but not at the same rate. Cassette's usually last a couple of chains depending on length between changes.
May
27
awarded  Yearling
May
27
answered Is there a way to make activity wristbands read bike rides more accurately?
May
19
awarded  Critic
May
19
answered Is it ok to mix 23 and 25 tyres
May
15
comment Would an original Abloy padlock and [toughened] chain make a good bike lock?
+1 to the weight of a chain+padlock, difficult to carry just on the bike as well.
May
14
comment Are there electronic/active theft deterrents for bicycles?
What if it was built into the frame and charged using solar/dynamo type system? There could definitely be improvement in this area! Sorry to hear of your loss- its happened to most seasoned cyclists :(
May
14
answered How do I tell the size of my braking discs?
May
13
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
13
answered Would an original Abloy padlock and [toughened] chain make a good bike lock?
May
13
comment Road bikes rim brake or disc brake
Disagree- if you haven't experienced this, you are not wet enough. It's not just the wet, but mud/grit as well.