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Matthew Eagar

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

Twitter: @meagar


Nov
25
revised Do clipless pedals that can have toeclips exist?
Fix grammar in title
Nov
25
suggested suggested edit on Do clipless pedals that can have toeclips exist?
Nov
25
comment Recommendation for panniers to carry a laptop for daily commute That's available in the UK
Also worth mentioning that I attach/remove the bag from my bike at least twice a day. The mounting brackets/hooks are holding up fantastically.
Nov
25
comment Recommendation for panniers to carry a laptop for daily commute That's available in the UK
This is still with me and in fantastic shape, despite a 24km round-trip over some very bumpy terrain 3 or 4 days a week on average. I carry my (work-issued) Macbook Pro which is a very heavy laptop and both it an the bag are holding up perfectly.
Nov
16
comment Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Replaced my brake pads, rear-wheel stopping power feels amazing again. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Nov
15
accepted Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Nov
15
revised Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
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Nov
14
comment Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Just finishing work, will be closely inspecting the break pads when I arrive at home and update my question if that is indeed the answer.
Nov
14
comment Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Is that something that would help with the overall spongy feeling of the brake lever?
Nov
14
revised Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Fix typos (breaks vs brakes)
Nov
14
revised Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
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Nov
14
asked Do brake cables become more elastic with time?
Nov
11
comment Do clipless pedals that can have toeclips exist?
As an aside, I have these pedals on my commuter. They are unbelievably heavy. It's like they're made of gold or something. There seems to be more mass there than you would think would be possible for something so small.
Oct
19
awarded  Critic
Oct
19
comment Building up a frame
RE: Your last point; If the frame doesn't fit you, why bother?
Oct
19
answered Legal to ride bikes on sidewalks in Seattle?
Oct
19
comment Is it legal for me to ride a bicycle on the pavement (sidewalk)?
As a pretty important side note, "pavement" in this case refers to the sidewalk, not a paved road.
Oct
19
comment Is it legal for me to ride a bicycle on the pavement (sidewalk)?
"Pavement" in this case means the sidewalk, not the road. You should update your answer, as it's currently incorrect. It is generally unacceptable most places in the 'States (and here in Toronto, Canada) to ride on the sidewalk.
Oct
14
awarded  Yearling
Sep
28
awarded  Self-Learner