Join Date: Jul 2005
Bikes: 1984 Trek 520; 1990s Peugeot (Canadian-made) rigid mountain bike; 2007 Bike Friday NWT; misc others
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It's a nuisance to remove the rear wheel because you have to deal with the chain, and the rear derailleur can end up bumping on the floor, so you might find it irritating to have to do it all the time, even though it might only take a minute or two. If you can get away with just removing the front wheel, and if it has a quick release, that's a lot more tolerable. But the best solution is to find an easier storage arrangement.