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Questions referring to the part of a bike that extends upward from the seat tube on the frame to the saddle.
Locking your bike and keeping it safe, especially from being stolen.
Questions relating to Sensors on a bike, whether its cadence or wheel RPM, or a heart-rate monitor (HRM)
Relating to bicycles, recumbents, or any HPV where the motive power is transmitted by a rotating shaft instead of a conventional roller chain or a belt drive.
Questions about shifting between gears or the shifters themselves.
Questions relating to the act or mechanisms involved with moving the chain from one gear to another.
Shimano brand bicycle components. (No need to use if Shimano is an incidental part of the question.)
The types of shoes that you might wear while cycling -- from flip flops to clipless shoes. No shoes also count as shoes.
For questions about shopping for bicycles or other equipment; please note that questions seeking product recommendations are off-topic, because they tend to become obsolete quickly.
How road users communicate with each other: hand gestures, flashing lights, horns and bells. Not traffic signs that tell you what to do or where to go, nor markings on the road surface itself.
a type of bicycle with a single gear ratio. These bicycles are without derailleur gears, hub gearing or other methods for varying the gear ratio of the bicycle.
for anything relating to people who are below-median height.
Questions about riding in snow. Please note that there are separate WINTER and ICE tags.
A two rider bicycle with the riders side-by-side.
for both mobile apps and desktop software.
An acronym for "Shimano Pedaling Dynamics", a design of clipless bicycle pedal created by Shimano, Inc. Both road and mountain variants exist as do numerous "SPD-compatible" designs.
Questions about bikes made by the US company Specialized.
how to go faster or how to go faster safely. For questions about gears or derailleurs, use 'gears'
Refers to the thin rods connecting the wheel rim to the hub.
a profiled wheel with teeth that meshes with a chain. Bicyclists normally call the front sprocket attached to the cranks the "chainwheel" and the rear sprockets either…