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Matthew Eagar

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

Twitter: @meagar


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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Shoes for oddly shaped feet
My Specialized Tahoe Shoes (fixed broken link) are still kicking and fit beautifully after wearing them in. They're slightly warm for very long rides but through the winter they're extremely comfortable.
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment What kind of tail lights can I attach to the rear of my rack?
I was looking specifically for light suggestions. I'd rather find a light that fits the rack than try to graft something on after the fact.
Aug
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revised What kind of tail lights can I attach to the rear of my rack?
Grammer fixes
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accepted Would silica gel inside my bike frame be effective in preventing corrosion?
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asked What kind of tail lights can I attach to the rear of my rack?
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revised Would silica gel inside my bike frame be effective in preventing corrosion?
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comment Would silica gel inside my bike frame be effective in preventing corrosion?
I had planned on hanging from a string from my seat post, but if it's going to be useless for more than a small quantity if water I guess that's not a great solution.
Aug
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asked Would silica gel inside my bike frame be effective in preventing corrosion?
Jul
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comment Does a typical floor pump have an integrated one-way valve?
Sorry, I meant it is not one-way in the way that the question implied. It's not a case of simply increasing the PSI outside the valve until air flows into the tube, the valve must be opened and then air is free to flow in either direction.
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comment Does a typical floor pump have an integrated one-way valve?
The valve on your bike tyre is not one-way. Your pump must necessarily have a built-in one-way valve.
Jul
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comment Why ride a fixed-gear bike?
My bike is every bit as quiet as a fixed-gear bike while I'm pedaling. It's only more noisy than a fixed-gear while I'm coasting, which I think is a pretty fair trade.