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 Traveling with the bike

Travel advice

By: Zdenko Kahlina

How to fly with a bike: The cheap and easy method
If you plan to travel internationally with a bicycle like I do, at some point you will be required to put your bike on a plane. Taking a bike on an airplane as luggage can be a gut wrenching proposition. You need to pack it in a way that means it can withstand the baggage handlers’ manhandling, and make sure it will come off the plane in the same state that it went on…


 About Crankarm Length

Coaches corner

By: Joe Lindsey, Published in Bicycling magazine

What You Need to Know About Crankarm Length
Overlooked for years, crankarm dimensions are starting to play a pivotal role in many aspects of cycling.


 How to Replace a Bike Chain

Cycling Toolbox

Source: Bicycling life

How to Change a Chain
There are a lot of people new to cycling who are not aware that a bike chain is considered a “consumable”, that is expected to be replaced periodically.


 EDGE Rocks!

Technical event review

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Technical EDGE Conference & Technology Expo
Just like many times before during my professional IT carrier, I was once again attending the Information Technology (IT) conference. The conference was organized by IT giant IBM and was this year called ‘IBM Edge’. IBM acronym stands for International Business Machines.


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