Danny Chandler, Author at Thunderhead Alliance
Danny Chandler

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Being born and raised in California, USA, Danny is your typical very competitive cyclist. He does have lots of experience in fixing bikes of all kinds, including gears, chainrings, and he’s a self-taught expert in PSI elements (Pounds per Square Inch) for all types of bike tires. Thanks to a previous PhD degree in engineering and research programs across USA, Europe and Australia in which he participated, Danny uses his in-depth knowledge in improving his own bikes but also to test different products and harness their full potential. For the last 7 years he has also competed at different sized cycling tours and across period 2014-2019 Danny won awards in USA, different countries across Europe and Australia.

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Guide on What to look for bike frame material

The best frame material really depends on what you’re going to use the bike for, and what you want to prioritize. Is it low, weight or is it strength and durability, or is it the appearance of the bike. A lot of people talk about steel frames being comfortable. They say there’s an inherent springiness […]

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How To Stay Safe When You Ride a Bicycle

The cost of transportation is increasing due to skyrocketing gas prices. The situation forces more and more people to find ways how to save money on gas and transportation costs. If you are looking for an alternative mode of transport, then the best that you can do is to buy a bicycle (or as the […]

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Guide on Ways to Keep Your Feet Warm While Riding a Bike

We’re going to be talking about feet. Tips on keeping your feet warm and had lots of questions since then. So I thought I’d expand a bit. OK, five tips for keeping your feet warm on a bike. It will work for anything. Tip No 1: Wear the right socks. Now, I know this sounds […]

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