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comment Why does the glue in a puncture repair kit dry up so quickly?
Where can I purchase the tubes independent of the kits? I have 4 dry tubes and 20 patches ...
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comment why change gear and brake cables?
Why do manufacturers recommend against oiling cables?
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comment What are some good films about cycling?
I agree that it is likely to be closed, though a great topic. Perhaps viable as a big-list type community wiki with one movie per answer.
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accepted Are road-bike suspension forks still manufactured, if so, where?
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revised Why is the front brake lever on the right if you 'drive' on the left and vice-versa?
More descriptive account of scenario, for clarity
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suggested approved edit on Why is the front brake lever on the right if you 'drive' on the left and vice-versa?
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comment How do you know if you can trust your LBS?
I don't understand why you say "do expect ... Your bike to be scratched..." It seems inconsisten with the rest of the section, and not a typical expectation. Is that a typo?
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comment How to choose a Local Bike Shop
a good answer ... except you set the bar way too high. Open at 7 AM? Good luck! Also, understand that the absence of loaner bikes may be a practical deference to insurance fees and the hassle of keeping track of the bike. Also, what do you mean by a standard service price? What is wrong with charging a flat fee for a specific service?
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comment What do I need to know about Turbo Trainers?
related / follow up bicycles.stackexchange.com/q/2241/839
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comment What do I need to know about Turbo Trainers?
But see bicycles.stackexchange.com/q/2241/839