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    Using a cork to keep your bike from rolling when leaned against something


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    Good idea.

    I think a strong rubber band stretched from the drop to the end of the brake lever would accomplish the same thing.
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    On old toe clip strap works.
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    So will a pump strap. Works even better with secondary brake levers.
    Bikes use brakes to stop.

    If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.

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    I just use a heavy rubber band as my e-brake. The kind that comes on broccoli bunches works well.

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    Here's my solution:
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    How about a stand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wil Davis
    Here's my solution:
    So what do you guys do when putting multiple bicycles on a trunk rack? We did this over the weekend, and ended up having to wrap parts in rags to keep them from rubbing and used a few bungie cords as well as a velcrs strap to keep the wheels from turning. This guy who usually pedals to the traisl is open to advice I don't have to learn the hard way here!

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    When I travel, my bike rides in the car with me. The Velcro™ strap is just to "…keep the bike from rolling when leaned against something"…

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