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1. Lock it or lose it
“Or lock it and still lose it? I bought a bunch of expensive locks and watched two burly ‘bike thieves’ smash into them within seconds. But it’s possible to make life difficult for professional thieves: there are locking techniques that will make your precious harder to half-inch.”
2. The celebs who cycle
Forget stretch-limos, a growing list of film stars, rock legends and leaders-of-the-free-world take to two-wheels for speedy, paparazzi-free transport and, of course, to keep their figures in trim.
3. Learning to ride a bike
Tips and techniques for bicycle beginners
4. Ergo saddle testing
“Last year I got hooked up to a penile oxygen flow meter in the home town of William Shakespeare. This test - developed in Germany - has helped Specialized tweak its Body Geometry line of saddles to make them more ergo than ever.”
5. How often should you replace your bicycle helmet?
1. After a crash. 2. At least every two years. 3. When salt has frazzled the straps. 4. When your helmet stinks so much it goes riding without you. 5. Before the fashion police arrive. 6. After too many suncreen smears
The top Quickrelease.tv videos on YouTube (633,000 total views to date) can be found here. And, soon to go over 5000 views on Vimeo, here’s the Bicycle Anatomy video featuring music made from parts of my bikes:
Bicycle Anatomy for Beginners from Quickrelease.tv on Vimeo.