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- 11 Jun 2019, 3:45pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: Even Corbyn supporting MPs criticising him now
- Replies: 18
- Views: 515
What a re you reading the Torygraph, or the daily fail. ever since he became leader the right wing press jhave tried to stir these stories up.
The silhouette of the guy stood on one leg playing the flute on my other forearm represents 50 years of the first best rock band in the world. another Tull fan I have the Beast from Broadsword and the beast on my right arm, The other arm is a Semi naked woman, I don’t think there was any motivation...
- 11 Jun 2019, 5:33am
- Forum: Cycling Goods & Services - Your Reviews
- Topic: Halfords online
- Replies: 7
- Views: 362
Halfords is fashionable to knock, but a couple points They are the only online retailer with shops you can visit to look at goods across the uk, that said Evans Is catching up. So lots of people employed locally. Cycling uk members get an extra 10% off. They tend to sell lower end price wise, but go...
- 7 Jun 2019, 4:57pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: Bicycle versus motorbike luggage capacity?
- Replies: 27
- Views: 797
I used to own a BMW K75 with a Watsonian Palma Sidecar adult and child complete with Towbar and trailer. We used it go family camping, don’t knock it if you haven’t tried it. I did consider a pod caravan but when Child number 3 came along, I gave up and bought a bus.
- 4 Jun 2019, 2:47pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: SP dynamo hubs - narrow flange spacing
- Replies: 32
- Views: 1101
geocycle wrote:When I bought my SP hub from Spa I was advised they would probably last around 5000 miles before the bearings needed replacing .
I have an SP on small (406) wheel has done 15k with no noticeable play.
- 3 Jun 2019, 11:42am
- Forum: Non-standard, Human Powered Vehicles
- Topic: Removing and refitting rear wheel on bike
- Replies: 9
- Views: 487
If you change onto the smallest sprocket, there's less to get in the way when you are removing and refitting the wheel. Normally I would agree with thirdcrank, but if we are talking your Streetmachine, then its similar to the Grasshopper and I find that the Mech get s in the way, I tend to put it i...
We had an old chap at work who was, shall we say, slightly eccentric. One day someone said he was mad, to which he replied that he was the only person there who had a certificate to prove he wasn't. :) And I love (and feel it most appropriate) the way you call that chap on here Cudgel :lol: :wink: ...
I have a couple of pairs of Troy Lee skyline shorts I quite like they are not as garish as some MTB shorts. Have a Velcro Fly and adjustable waiste band. I never use the padded inserts but they look like reasonable quality. They are £80 pound a pair but I have managed to buy both pairs for around £4...
thirdcrank wrote:Prince Philip crash woman banned over unconnected offencesShe admitted two counts of speeding and two of failing to identify a driver accused of a speeding offence.
Like it says it’s unconnected.
- 28 May 2019, 8:38pm
- Forum: Touring & Expedition
- Topic: Maintenance and toolkit when touring
- Replies: 40
- Views: 1494
my tool kit is the same from day to day commuting to long distance rides to touring, One tube, puncture repair outfit, parktool multitool 13 inch ring spanner, quicklink cable ties. Tyre boot is an old cycle card, or one of the thinner plasticised cards from my wallet. I would not carry brake blocks...
- 28 May 2019, 6:21pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: Why has the nozzle on my Camelbak bottle turned pink?
- Replies: 19
- Views: 743
Milton fluid will cure it if it’s bacterial. The stuff they use to sterilise baby bottles.fill the bottle and squirt through the teat.