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Water resources engineer in Portland, OR.


Apr
3
comment Should I not use a trail because of poor conditions?
@Vorac If you're skidding and drifting, you do have more impact on the trail and you should modify your behavior. IMBA trail design guidance mentions best practices on how to limit the temptation to skid. But as a trail user, you have a responsibility to ride in a manner that minimizes trail impact (i.e., don't skid!)
Mar
10
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Mar
6
awarded  Commentator
Mar
6
comment Regulations regarding Braking redundancy on single speed bikes.
@DanielRHicks when the rear wheel just starts to lift off the ground.
Feb
6
comment Are deep V wheels only for fixed gear bikes?
@psycling The point about strength of the Deep Vs is an interesting one. I imagine that since so many fixed gear riders are one frame with aggressive geometry that provide clearance for 23 mm tires at best, the stronger rim did help out with the high pressure tires and crappy urban roads.
Feb
5
comment Why don't race bikes have solid front triangles?
just chiming in to say that the pros climb fast enough that aerodynamics still play a role. that role is diminished compared to flat portions of the course, but it's still there.
Feb
5
answered Are deep V wheels only for fixed gear bikes?
Feb
5
comment Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
Thanks. I'll give it a shot and report back
Jan
28
revised Which way does the seat clamp go on the post?
added picture to the question
Jan
28
comment Which way does the seat clamp go on the post?
what @Lucky said is correct. Seat tubes have gaps to allow clamping to happen. The bolt needs to be on the same side as the gap. 99% of the older frame I've seen have the gap on the back side. Newer bikes however, are cropping up with gaps on the front of the seat tube (looking at one on my Salsa Vaya right now).
Jan
28
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Jan
23
comment Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
@Batman They're the current model 105 triple shifters that came with the bike.
Jan
23
comment Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
Are you talking about adjusting the vertical or horizontal position?
Jan
22
comment Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
@Benzo I left the stock 42-tooth ring in place.
Jan
22
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Jan
22
revised Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
punctuation
Jan
22
awarded  Student
Jan
22
asked Adjusting a triple front derailleur after removing largest chainring
Feb
12
awarded  Teacher
Feb
12
answered Lubricating screw/braze-on threads: Bike lube or polylube?