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Fan of JavaScript and Ruby, Team Lead at http://500px.com

Twitter: @meagar


Nov
3
comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
I wound up with a pair of Specialized Tahoe shoes. I went slightly too big but snug enough that my heel doesn't pull out, and seated the cleat as far back as it would go to offset the extra shoe length. They have a wide toe-box and are proving to be quite comfortable. Thanks for all the advice and suggestions.
Oct
25
comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
+1 for mentioning the position of the cleat; I wasn't thinking about that, but I am now.
Oct
25
comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
More money than I have to throw at shoes, but thanks for the suggestion
Oct
25
comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
@Jay I wanted to try clip-in pedals.
Oct
25
awarded  Commentator
Oct
25
comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
@Jay I've heard nothing but good things about them and I'm quite interested in trying them out.
Oct
24
asked Shoes for oddly shaped feet
Oct
23
awarded  Student
Oct
22
revised Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts
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Oct
22
answered Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts
Oct
22
revised Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts
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Oct
22
revised Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts
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Oct
22
revised Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts
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Oct
22
comment What's the shortest / easiest “granny gear” available?
Would be helpful if you could offer an explanation for gear inches in the terminology thread; what higher or lower values translate into for the cyclist, how it's calculate, etc...
Oct
21
comment Fixed-gear vs single-speed for clipless pedals
@zigdon That was part of my question. In regards to large hills: "I don't know how difficult it would be to control my speed with a fixed-gear."
Oct
21
revised Outstanding Organized Rides
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Oct
21
comment Outstanding Organized Rides
I thought about mentioning this, but the fact that you have to raise $2500 to participate rules it out for the vast majority of people. I'm 1/100th of the way there :p
Oct
21
comment What are the reasons for and against wearing a bicycle helmet?
Helmet hair prompted me to shave my head. Problem solved.
Oct
21
awarded  Scholar
Oct
21
accepted Fixed-gear vs single-speed for clipless pedals