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reviewed Reviewed Forearm pain during and after cycling
May
14
comment Forearm pain during and after cycling
Sounds like that's something you should post as a new question.
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Removing a stuck pedal
May
14
comment When do I know the drum brake is at the end of life and needs replacement?
Welcome to Bicycles Stack Exchange! Could you maybe try to provide a little more explanation and details?
May
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reviewed Close Can I use 11 speed chainrings with 9 speed chain?
May
13
awarded  Good Answer
May
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reviewed Edit Suggested maintenance for rear shock between service intervals?
May
7
revised Suggested maintenance for rear shock between service intervals?
linking video illustrating the procedure
May
7
reviewed Approve Can I change my 28“ wheels for 24”?
May
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reviewed Edit How much pressure can mountain bike tires take?
May
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revised How much pressure can mountain bike tires take?
Trying to fix the grammar...
May
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reviewed Looks OK “Footprint” of the Park Tool PCS 9 stand
Apr
7
comment can you use a cycle path to bypass red lights?
That photo looks like a on-road bicycle lane to me, not a separated bicycle path/track... Does it change up at the intersection?
Apr
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revised can you use a cycle path to bypass red lights?
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Apr
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reviewed Approve Tire direction on Miami Sun tricycle
Apr
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reviewed Approve Goofy bike lane configuration right-of-way
Apr
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reviewed Approve Outstanding Organized Rides
Mar
31
reviewed Reviewed How to deal with lock that keeps jamming?
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Closed Novatec D041SB and D142SBT Hub Quality
Mar
31
comment Front rack is not straight with fork, is this normal? And how can I fix it?
If it were me, I'd start with trying to figure out which thing is not straight. Measure the eyelet distances from dropouts and crown. Take the rack off and see if it sits level when on level ground. Rest front dropouts of bike on floor and use a level to see if the eyelets are level. Measure the distance of the fork arms at the eyelets from the wheel spokes.