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Jonathan R

It is a continual source of amazement to me that cyclists with only one lock will lock up the front wheel and frame, not the rear wheel and frame. Rear wheels are more expensive, and no more difficult to remove.


Another problem is that it's a singlespeed. It's not particularly wise to use a QR wheel on a singlespeed if it has horizontal dropouts (which I'm guessing this one does).


where's hal?


another good resource - http://www.mechbgon.com/lock/


I have a cheap LED flashlight fastened to my bars with hoseclips... much more secure and a lot cheaper than regular lights and brackets.


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