by Stan Purdum In “Living to Ride Another Day” in the Road Bike Rider newsletter about daytime running lights used by cyclist Dave Cardarella on his tandem bicycle, I said that one of his taillights is a “1200 lumen import.” I added that Dave had mounted it “on the left side of the left end of the stoker’s handlebar, on the bottom of the drop so as not to interfere with … [Read more...] about Using a 1200-Lumen Bicycle Taillight in Daylight for Safety
Issue No. 802
RBR Readers Respond – Your Tips on Customizing Cassette Gearing
Jim’s Tech Talk Ride total: 8,849 Your Tips on Customizing Cassette Gearing Last week, we ran a tech Q & A, based on a question from reader Tom Lowry, who asked whether it’s possible to use cassette gearing combinations other than what’s available from the usual suspects, such as Shimano, Sram and Campagnolo. He wasn’t happy with his Shimano 11-32 cassette and wanted to … [Read more...] about RBR Readers Respond – Your Tips on Customizing Cassette Gearing
174 Hudson Convertible Pannier / Backpack Review
By Brandon Bilyeu Convertible Pannier Backpack: … [Read more...] about 174 Hudson Convertible Pannier / Backpack Review
Are Crankarms That Are Too Long Causing Your Knee Pain?
By Rick Shultz, MBA, DBA Over the past 18 months, I have collected crank arm length data from my bike fit clients. During the bike fit interview process, most of my clients volunteer that they have had prior bike fits, but they are still in pain. Many have had refits and even been to chiropractors, but are still experiencing knee pain. Most of the issues I have resolved focus … [Read more...] about Are Crankarms That Are Too Long Causing Your Knee Pain?