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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.
Questions referring to the Union Cycliste Internationale, the governing body for sports cycling
Related specifically to bicycling in the United Kingdom.
Single wheel pedaled vehicle. May be designed for on-road, off-road or trick use.
Making a choice between upgrading a bike you have or simply buying a new bike.
Questions referring to the process of replacing current components and frames with newer, better versions
Related specifically to bicycling in the United States of America.
Valves allow air to enter pressurized chambers (such as tires and suspension forks) and remain there. Common bicycle valves include Presta, Schrader, and Woods valves.
generally considered more than 50 years old, but in the bicycling world anything more than 20 years old is usually considered vintage as well.
A decline with use over time. (not clothes)
Questions about the weight of a bike, other equipment, or the rider.
Questions referring to the craft of assembling bicycle wheels.
For questions about wheel locks, also known as O-locks, ring-locks or frame locks. These are low security locks on the frame that immobilise the rear wheel by putting a steel bolt between the spokes. …