Posted on: January 21, 2010
brumsgrove said on January 21, 2010
Hmm… Zefal QR skewers.. Are they magnet proof???? ( to move the bearing )
jd-boy said on January 21, 2010
So every time you want to take the wheels out you have to turn your bike upside down and scratch cockpit items and the saddle. Not liking that idea.
jimbobrighton said on January 21, 2010
@ jd-bouy errr – isn’t that how most people change an inner tube? I think those QRs are a great idea. evil wheel thieving scrotes won’t figure it out and give up (the longer it takes to nick something the more likely they will give up)
Jamie said on January 21, 2010
I really like those anti-tealeaf skewers. Price?
Mostly Balanced said on January 22, 2010
In my experience most chavs don’t understand that QRs are meant to be folded over to lock them, they just grab hold of the lever and unscrew it……….
hungry monkey said on January 22, 2010
reckon those QRs look good, but i wonder how freely the bearing will move after a winter of wet salty roads… would be a right bugger if it got jammed or corroded…
iain1775 said on January 22, 2010
camelbaks excluded some nice ideas for the fixie & commuter world…….
…..which arnt so appropriate to the singletrack world??
Remind me, what’s the website claaed again?
Ben_Haworth said on January 22, 2010
Don’t be so insular and reactionary. It’s not like were NOT covering MTB stuff is it? 🙂
mdb said on January 22, 2010
I’m loving those anti-theft skewers.
world.of.spam said on January 22, 2010
Nice MKS DD pedals,real world price?,when can us mere mortals get hold of them.
edsbike said on January 26, 2010
The Zefal skewers aren’t great. At last year’s Zyro show the guy doing the demonstration asked one of the audience to try and open them, so the guy from a bike shop walked up and undid it by twisting it no problem.
How do you clean your bike after a ride?
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