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Bike Maintenance Hacks: How to Remove a Pie Plate | Bicycling

Removing a pie plate is relatively easy—just get your tools handy and follow these quick steps.

Bike Snob NYC: Pie In The Sky: A World Without Spoke Protectors

But in the meantime I think a grace period between new bike purchase and pie plate removal is warranted. Let’s call it six months. By that time …

Pie plate? – BikeRadar Forum

I know that they’re not necessary on a road bike so long as the rear mech is kept welladjusted (and that, among roadies, having one is a faux …

Parts – Is there a downside to spoke protectors? – Bicycles Stack …

Pie plates are to keep badly adjusted derailleurs out of the spokes. Obviously, maintaining your bike and keeping the limit screws in place will …

Does the pie plate serve a purpose? – Beginner Triathlete

I bought my bike used, and the pie plate was already removed. … to work this morning at only slightly after twilight I saw a guy riding a bike (a …

Pie Plate… – Bike Forums

On the road bike is a metal spoke protector, it’s a little beat up. Do I 1) Keep it as is with the patina in place 2) Beat it back straight with a.

Sheldon Brown’s Bicycle Glossary P

Pie plate. Slang term for a spoke protector; Slang term for a disctype chainguard. Pillow Block: A pillow block is a solid piece of metal with a semicircular groove …

Plastic Thingy near rear cassette – RoadBikeReview Forums

You need to replace it with a classic 12 inch metal pie plate from an old …. On the higher end bikes we tend to remove the pie plates, unless …

In praise of pie plates – Cyclelicious

I agree with the Bike Snob that pie plates are about as misplaced on many bikes as the red skinsuit man, but they do have their utility.

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