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Of course, until one learns how to get out of the clips fast, falls are likely.Too true. The experience of being stationary and not being able to unclip is not to be missed. I always urge people to first try clipless pedals in a spinning class, i.e. on a stationary bike, to get the hang of unclipping something I didn't do and ended up teetering and falling off at a traffic light. Another suggestion: when you try them on a real bike for the first time do it on grass just in case. Having said all that I wouldn't ride without them now.
I had a periodic knocking last year. Turned out I had a crack in my cassette body cover.Not trying to be smart but just what is a cassette body cover? I've never heard the term before.
Cutting the fenders is not a solution. That's mutilation. Just take them off.Thanks for your interest. I'll do whatever I see fit with my fenders
I happily break that rule regularly. I don't see it as all that likely to be a problem. I never found handling in slippery conditions to be a problem with a more worn front tire and the rear tire is always more likely to fail even when the front is more worn due to the fact that it is carrying more weight.Have you ever had a front tire blowout while going downhill at speed?
And I know for sure there are "alternative routes" that parallel I-5 here (Old 99, for one), yet you can still legally ride the shoulder of I-5 if you wantLet no one run away with the idea that the alternative is easy. I did manage to get from Kelso to Camas without going on I5 by attempting to follow old 99. It involved a very hard climb and a lot of time. Some gent who lives in Kelso sent me a PM saying I couldn't have chosen a worse route, I should have gone down I5.
I cast my vote for the vicinity of Jeffrey CityJeffrey City was (is?) so memorably godawful and anything improving that would spoil it. I think a book could be written of Jeffrey City stories. I've no recollection of a church there but I did stay in the dismal motel before it closed, incredibly expensive, $70+, for a freezing room, broke TV and a leaking toilet.