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Old 02-09-23, 03:24 PM
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II agree if I did could tolerate the grime buildup the minimalist approach advocated above would likely work for me in our retirement community where we winter with the 5' to 8' bike lanes that are regularly swept but not at our cabins in WY or anywhere where I ride my MTBs. YMMV.
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Jockey wheels also have alot of junk on them
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