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I love these wheel security products, and I always use them for peace of mind. It's much simpler than carrying a cable around with me everywhere. I wrote a post about many different options, and made a video where I install some on a bike. As for the ZĂ©fal Lock'n'Roll specifically, I used those a while back and they served me well. Never stolen, however I ...


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Depends on the trainer. If the trainer had a special skewers that had ends shaped specifically to fit in the trainer, you can't use a standard skewer. The trainer will not hold the bike properly. The bike coming out of the trainer with you on it would be bad. If the trainer accepts normal skewers, but supplied a spare so your regular one does not get ...


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I wouldn't. You'll damage the skewer you have, which will make it unreliable on the road, if not unusable. Basic skewers with plastic on the nut will certainly be damaged, the plastic gets crushed and then you can't use it. Even skewers with more expensive metal parts will be subject to forces they weren't designed for. If a nice skewer should be damaged in ...


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