Lennard takes questions on rear-wheel spacing, removing a tubular without harming it and mystery noise from a Zipp wheel.
Interbike tech: Lennard Zinn explains the new Campagnolo groups and gives a hint of the company's upcoming cyclocross group.
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
Readers ask bike guru Lennard Zinn about running a new suspension fork on a 15-year-old bike as well as an external bottom bracket on an even older rig.
Lennard takes some more questions about cyclocross brake shudder, tire choice and sealant.
Lennard Zinn takes a new look at the old problem of brake chatter in cyclocross.
Even more solutions for cyclists plagued by mystery noises on their rides.
Technical FAQ with Lennard Zinn: Removing headset top caps, seatpost creaking, and more solutions to mystery creaks
Lennard Zinn fields questions about the need for headset top caps and why shortened seatposts don't creak, and shares another long list of potential sources for bicycle mystery noises.
A reader makes a minor change to his drivetrain and experiences a whole new set of problems. Is there a simple solution? Lennard Zinn thinks so.
A tall reader asks why tall bikes often just look — and ride — so wrong.
Lennard Zinn gets a heads up from a reader about some earlier advice.
Lennard rides the Plan de Corones, with 13 dead Giro champions as company.
Lennard Zinn rode the Giro's Monte Zoncolan and reports he used every bit of his 34X26 low gear.
A reader asks about possible fork damage after a close encounter of the low clearance kind.
Chipped clear-coat, tire blow-outs and more; Zinn fields question on a host of common issues encountered by riders.
Lennard Zinn's readers weigh in on ways to choose, fix and maintain tires and those super-narrow 11-speed chains.
Lennard attends the Park Tool Summit and returns with tips for garage mechanics.
With redesigned ErgoPower levers, a reader wonders about keeping the small brass cable stop in its place. LZ also touches on why Campagnolo isn't as big in cyclocross as you might expect.
Lennard Zinn offers a few more thoughts on the subject of brake chatter on cyclocross bikes.
How accurate are pump pressure gauges?
What can I do if I need to replace my tapered-steerer fork?
Can I use Campy 10-speed shifters with 11-speed derailleurs?
Can mis-aligned rear dropouts cause rear wheels to pull over?