Brucey wrote:reohn2 wrote:My logic of them being on left side is that …..
Whereas on the left they more vulnerable to being.....
eh? FWIW levers being tucked out of the way or not varies with the design of the frame/fork and the QR lever itself. IME some combinations are definitely better one side of the bike than the other, and it isn't always the same side of the bike.
If you read my post I said conventional QR's,my logical thinking was also thinking of conventional bikes ie; rim brakes though admittedly I didn't make that clear.
Different QR's such as the inline ones are also better off in the position indicated in my original post.
I'll give you the logic of a dynamo hub but disagree about the disc brake,the QR lever won't go into the disc,any QR that would should be consigned to the round file in the corner.
TBH QR skewers IMO are a bind anyway unless racing,where a quick wheel change is essential.It's why I use hexbolt skewers,a secure wheel fitting that can't be flicked open by accident and makes it a leettle harder for theives to steal my wheels.
YVMV mine won't