Readers ask how to center those Shorties and suggest how to pull that Campagnolo crank.
Lennard says some folks have hopes that are too high for latex-based tire sealants.
A reader wonders why deep-section carbon rims are so popular in the most non-aerodynamic discipline in cycling.
Lennard and readers discuss the care and handling of tubulars at the end of the season and the intricacies of proper gluing methods.
Lennard fields questions on pealing AquaSeal, Campy's electronic group and pricing, clicking Zipps, nitrogen-inflated tires and water-in-the-frame syndrome.
Lennard looks to one of cycling's most thoughtful mechanics to explore the question of brake shudder and stopping power
Lennard Zinn takes a look at some new products for the installation, removal and inflation of tires, plus a quick look at new wheels for wider (read cyclocross) tires, from HED and Mondo.
Lennard Zinn guides you through the steps for gluing a ’cross tubular tire so it won’t come off.
A reader wonders whether cyclocross tubulars have an inherent weight limit, or if bigger riders can also take advantage of the benefits of the best tire choice