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bio website eric.eisenhart.name
location Santa Rosa, CA
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When I'm not bicycling, I'm a Linux SysAdmin. I'm on the board of my local bicycle advocacy group.

Bikes are my primary transportation. A 2009 Surly Long Haul Trucker, set up as a commuter and a 2012 Trek Ion CX. I also take the bus, but do not own a car.

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Jun
16
reviewed Looks OK Why do Mountain Bike helmets have visors?
Jun
15
reviewed Reviewed Road bike or hybrid bike?
Jun
11
reviewed No Action Needed What PSI for downhill bike tires used for road biking?
Jun
11
reviewed Reviewed Should I force an 130 mm hub into my old vintage alu frame
Jun
10
reviewed Reviewed What is the proper etiquette for overtaking a horse?
Jun
10
reviewed No Action Needed Effectiveness of techniques to improve the performance of rim brakes
Jun
7
revised Tools and spares needed to repair a chain on the road
Removed the unnecessary digs at the OP for not researching enough properly before asking
Jun
7
revised Is hydroformed tubing good?
Removed non-constructive harassment about not accepting answers
Jun
7
reviewed Reviewed Broken glass on the bicycle path, what to do?
Jun
7
reviewed Reviewed Broken glass on the bicycle path, what to do?
Jun
7
revised Password protect Shimano Di2?
Fixed question to look more right for bicycles.se than SO.
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed Road Bike Bending Rear Skewers
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed What regulations apply to bicycles in New York City, USA
Jun
4
comment Long commute (~30km/18.5mi) considerations/logistics
Welcome to Bicycles Stack Exchange! I have to agree with @Mσᶎ, this is too many questions all in one. A few of your questions already have decent answers on the site. Could you please split each question in here off into its own question on the site?
Jun
2
reviewed No Action Needed Friction occurs in BMX Freewheel
Jun
1
reviewed Reviewed Upgrading SLX brakes, do I also need SLX rotors?
Jun
1
reviewed Looks OK Adding gears to a single speed Cycle
Jun
1
reviewed Close Converting a mountain bike to a urban commuter
Jun
1
comment Help identify this frame
More pictures would help. A clear close-up of the different parts of the drive-train (front and rear gears, front and rear derailers), of the brakes, of the brake levers, of the shifters, and of the stem. If there's any kind of markings visible on them, also the front of the head tube and the hubs of the wheels.
May
30
awarded  Good Answer