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bio website eric.eisenhart.name
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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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Aug
10
reviewed Looks OK Removing Seat Post rusted into downtube
Aug
7
reviewed Close diference between 170mm 172mm 175mm crank arm length on road bike
Jul
29
reviewed Edit wheel-truing tag wiki
Jul
29
revised wheel-truing wiki description
added 2 characters in body
Jul
29
reviewed Edit wheel-truing tag wiki excerpt
Jul
29
revised wheel-truing wiki excerpt
added 2 characters in body
Jul
28
awarded  Guru
Jul
20
reviewed Leave Open What bike to buy to replace CitiBike?
Jul
20
reviewed No Action Needed Deep-Profile Carbon Wheels — How to choose depth?
Jul
19
reviewed Approve Noticeably more Muscle on one leg than the other?
Jul
18
reviewed No Action Needed Where can I get some rags?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
25
reviewed No Action Needed Bike gears not shifting how they should
Jun
25
reviewed Reviewed How do you distinguish a touring bike from a speed/road bike?
Jun
25
reviewed No Action Needed Going on a long distance bike tour: what kit do I need?
Jun
24
reviewed No Action Needed What is the longest reasonable distance one may expect to ride on a comfort bike?
Jun
23
reviewed Close Building a city/trail bike with a CX frame, what should I consider?
Jun
23
comment Rear wheel at edge of dropouts on a Surly Cross Check
Note from Surly's site about the current Cross Check rear dropouts: "Semi-horizontal dropouts give you singlespeed compatibility and wheelbase adjustability. Adjuster screws are included to keep your wheel in the right place for optimal shifting if you go with derailleurs."
Jun
23
comment Rear wheel at edge of dropouts on a Surly Cross Check
Welcome to Bicycles Stack Exchange! Could you please include pictures of the dropouts?
Jun
20
reviewed Looks OK Can I put 700c tires on rims made for 27 x 1.25"?