Dimension Flat Tool Dimension Flat Tools are very compact and flat, ideal for minor tech emergencies while on the road or trail. Durable nickel plated CroMoly multi-tools. 10 in 1 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6mm Hex keys ...
Strengths: light weight. works in all conditions easy to use.
Weaknesses: keep the screws tight or it might come apart. Small enough to lose
didn't know how much I liked this tool until I lost it and tried a few other similar type replacements. This is light an uses little space and does what it is suppose to. Im gonna buy another cuz it just works like you want it to.
I've done some research on compatibility, but I was hoping for some useful feedback.
I do my commuting on a cyclocross bike with drop bars and STI levers. Id like to try out some riser bars with some rapid fire shifters. I use 1-2 panniers, rarely use the drops, and am rarely really looking to fl ... Read More »
Just got a good deal on a used cross bike with alloy tubular wheels. I'm not planning on racing, just want to ride on local trails. Flat resistance is high priority --- weight, performance, etc are secondary.Read More »
I have the following rims/tires:
[*]Rims: 700c Doubled Walled CNC Machined Sides Black Anodized
[*]Tires: Kenda 700c x 23c
What size tube would I need?
Also, are tubeless tires worth it? If so, what size would I need.
Are these okay tires and rims? Should I buy new wheels ... Read More »
Hello to everyone on RBR! This is my first post so forgive me if it's on the wrong subforum.
I've read many previous posts on different sites (including this one, I believe) about people with hybrids who wanted to switch to drop bars for the extra hand positions. I'd like to do this same, except l ... Read More »
I've got an old Dean ti roadie with DuraAce 10 speed that I want to convert to flat bars or other non-drop bars. I'll need to switch the brakes and shifters levers of course. But I want to use the same gears and brakes. Is this possible?
Any help appreciated? Thanks.Read More »