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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)
For questions about words, phrases and definitions that are specific to bicycles.
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.
Bicycles and components designed around 29" (aka ISO 622mm) rims and tires for mountain biking use.
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…
the number of revolutions of the crank per minute; roughly speaking, this is the rate at which a cyclist is pedalling/turning the pedals. Cadence is related t…
wheel hubs that contain an electricity-generating mechanism (dynamo) that converts wheel motion into electricity to power lights or other accessories on a bicycle. They form an integra…
a company which develops and sells products relating to Global Positioning System (GPS) systems.
Questions relating to tube sealants, like the products named Slime or Stan's.
Deprecated. Don't use this tag. Instead use tags for the continent, country, area within a larger country and/or major city as appropriate. E.g. "europe italy" or "us new-york".
Questions referring to the attachment on the bottom of cycling shoes which allow a cyclist to "clip-in" to their pedal system.
classes of bicycle components built by the three major component manufacturers Shimano, Campagnolo, and SRAM (add the respective manufacturer tag as well). Use this tag for questions con…
Questions referring to the proper inflation of bicycle tires, including the recommended pressures and tools involved
Issues of behaviour between cyclists and other road or trail users, including other cyclists, drivers, pedestrians and horse riders.
Related specifically to bicycling in the United States of America.