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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?
May
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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
Feb
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comment What do I need to know about Turbo Trainers?
But see bicycles.stackexchange.com/q/2241/839
Feb
17
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of turbo trainers and rollers?
@danethesane also try riding with no hands, at a high cadence, at a low cadence (20 rpm with high resistance)then take a jacket on and off, then juggle. Ride with your eyes closed. Bike handling will improve.
Feb
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comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of turbo trainers and rollers?
@Tyler thanks for pointing out that explanation of Souplesse in a cycling context. But given the definition, and extensive experience training on rollers, I would argue that the OP incorrectly understates the benefits of riding rollers, or the fact that it takes specific focus to know that rollers promote good, smooth form, and the ability to hold a straight line under various riding situations.