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Answering the sweat question Going without a helmet is not recommended as a solution. I suffered the same problems with sweat, (always in the left eye for some reason) and what helped me was to wea …
answered Jul 19 '16 by Criggie
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Combination of multiple things, I think. Nicer weather so you're out on the bike more. More distance travelled means more chance of a puncture. Nicer weather means less/no rain. So road debris build up and don't get washed to the gutter as quickly. More chance of a puncture. …
answered Sep 16 '17 by Criggie
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I have a thin material tube that can be used for a lot of things. Also called a headsock or necksock or a buff. I wear mine around my neck, with the top edge at my mouth/nose, and up over my ears …
answered Nov 12 '18 by Criggie
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To discuss the differences of your examples, one is longer than the other. This means the drive train of the bike will be better-protected. Here's the shorter ones on a bike. You can see how water …
answered Oct 21 '18 by Criggie
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A lower saddle will compromise your riding comfort at all other times. Instead you should have unweighted the saddle and put your backside further backwards to weight the rear wheel. Also, were you …
answered Oct 10 '16 by Criggie
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Its 5 years later, and technology has moved on. Here's Strava's "global heatmap" for that area. This shows the recommended route based on the most cycling traffic. Downside is it seems quite conf …
answered Oct 2 '17 by Criggie