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Mar
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comment Howto design a route in Google Maps on the pc and navigate on the android device
@user1344545 Unfortunately not. There is a feature request (german) for this, but it does not seem that it will be implemented soon. However, you can take a look at bikemap.net, which shows routes on a map made by other people.
Mar
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answered Howto design a route in Google Maps on the pc and navigate on the android device
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment How to cope with boredom whilst cycle touring?
These ideas seem to be very dangerous.
Dec
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comment Ride with someone who is less trained
Ken rides the bike because "he likes to ride 60km as fast as possible, enjoys of getting to the edge of his strength", which means he likes to ride long distances fast. Tricks do not have anything to do with that.
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Smartphone mounted on handlebar: Will vibrations during cycling damage it?
@CareyGregory That's interesting. Do you have any experience with that or any reference (article, video) which discusses this issue?
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reviewed Reviewed How tight should a fixie's chain be?
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awarded  Revival
Aug
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accepted Are tubular tires still used today?
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asked Are tubular tires still used today?
Jun
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revised Can i use a 10 speed hubbed wheel on my 7 speed/cassette bike?
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reviewed Reviewed Can i use a 10 speed hubbed wheel on my 7 speed/cassette bike?
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revised Is there difference in quality for disc brake rotors?
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suggested suggested edit on Is there difference in quality for disc brake rotors?
Jun
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comment Why aren't average speeds computed over distance?
You cant't compare it - that's a good reason.
Jun
19
comment Why aren't average speeds computed over distance?
@Ehryk as accurate as your device is calibrated - of course you can do that. But the device limits the accurateness (although it is still very exact). The question was Why aren't average speeds computed over distance? (in general), and this are the reasons I can think of. Nothing blocks you from calculating it differently, if you want to.