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answered How deep does snow have to be before it becomes unrideable?
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comment Do Pros use compact cranksets?
+1 for 'actually can use a 53x11 to good effect'.
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revised Should I buy a PVC or aluminum roller?
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revised Will a bicycle trailer damage my (steel) bicycle?
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comment Will a bicycle trailer damage my (steel) bicycle?
@neifein, it clamps directly onto the chainstay. I have included a picture
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comment How do you know when you need to add more air in the tires?
@neilfein true, except that I usually figure it out before I hit my rims hard enough to damage them. For #4, rolling a clincher tire is a pretty extreme case.
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answered Should I buy a PVC or aluminum roller?
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answered What are the advantages and disadvantages of turbo trainers and rollers?
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comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of turbo trainers and rollers?
I don't think souplesse is the correct word; for one, it means flexibility, and it also refers to contortion, in addition, it is a French word that I don't think many would understand without looking up (as I did).
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answered How do you know when you need to add more air in the tires?
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revised Is a “run-bike” equivalent to a bmx bike with no drivetrain?
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answered Is a “run-bike” equivalent to a bmx bike with no drivetrain?
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revised Is a “run-bike” equivalent to a bmx bike with no drivetrain?
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asked Will a bicycle trailer damage my (steel) bicycle?
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asked Is a “run-bike” equivalent to a bmx bike with no drivetrain?