Monthly Archives: July 2016

Cyclecomputer database updated

We looked high and low to add to our listing of cyclecomputer and bicycle-GPS owner’s manuals. It’s the most complete one you’ll find. We’ve been downloading manuals too so we can still make them available when they are deleted from … Continue reading

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Cyclecomputer math: how accurate?

We tested three cyclecomputers against one another. Our experiment reveals a lot about their inner workings. Differences in some of their readings were large enough to matter. Read about this in our new article.

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How bicycle spokes transmit torque between hub and rim

We have a new article which describes how the spokes transmit pedaling and braking torque between the hub and rim. The spokes do it by changes in tension — but how much does the tension change? The article explains the … Continue reading

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New video about brake quick releases

A brake quick release lets you remove and replace a wheel without deflating the tire. Our new video shows how a brake quick release works. The video appears in our article about flat tires, and the glossary.

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