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a metal with an extremely high strength-to-density ratio. When processed correctly, it is a very high quality but very expensive choice for a strong, light-weight bicycle frame.
Tools you use for repairing, maintaining, building, etc. Pump, chain breaker, wrenches, spoke tool, repair stand etc.
Touring usually means very long multi-day (or multi-week) rides carrying a lot of gear (camping, cooking, clothes, etc) on the bike. Can also apply to unloaded/creditcard touring involving using hotel…
designed for long distance cycling with luggage. They are usually similar in design to road bikes, with slick tyres and drop handlebars, but have a wider range of gears, longer wheel…
Questions relating to the Shimano groupset known as Tourney.
Questions referring to a cyclist's interactions with other vehicles, mainly motorized ones.
Kid trailers, cargo trailers, pet trailers, anything you pull behind your bike. Could also mean an Xtracycle or similar tag-along bike.
Questions referring to the use of indoor bike trainers, also known as "turbos"
Training rides, training for rides, preparing for training rides, equipment for training, and training routines.
should be used for all questions dealing with the transportation of bicycles from one place to another (not using the bikes themselves as a form of transportation)
to journey or traverse
a designer, distributor and manufacturer of bicycles and bicycle parts.
a three stage event consisting of a Swim, Bike and Run (at various distances).
bicycle-riding maneuvers that can be for show or for effect.
tricycles where you will sit upright (like a traditional children's tricycle) and those where you are more recumbent. If there is only one front wheel and two re…
Interesting facts about bicycles that one might use at a pub game.
Tubeless tyres do not require an innertube.