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I can speak from experience on this having had a radical prostatectomy (Prostate and lots of limph notes out) in 2013. I am still here three years later with a PSA result "not detectable". :D . I am now on annual checkups and rode Dover to Cape Wrath a year after my op raising £2500 for th...
- 7 Sep 2016, 2:47pm
- Forum: Cycling UK Topics and Discussions
- Topic: CTC Member Benefits
- Replies: 45
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. EDIT as an afterthought: A benefit in a different way is the opportunity to ride with lots of friends as part of a formal group - that's been remedied in my case by the disbanding of CTC-Heart of England MG and the formation of Heart of England Cycling Club - where options exist for CTC members o...
- 29 Apr 2015, 12:03pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: Predict the Election Results
- Replies: 276
- Views: 6345
Reading these posts I have a dilema. Either, some of the people on here are so far left as to think Joseph Stalin was right wing. Or, as I suspect, I am living in a completely different country from most of the posters. Whatever you think about the Tories, you have to admit that the economy is now i...
I have a number of small annuities, the best one pays £120 a month. They are on my life only so if I snuff it before my wife its gone swallowed up by Prudential. I would like to have control of that pension cash myself and next year it looks like I will be able to if the Tories get in. If I can get...
- 16 Apr 2015, 4:16pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: Shimano BR-R650 cable pull compatibility question
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3649
I have BR-650 brakes on my audax bike. They are operated by Ultegra 6700 STI levers. I have not noticed any change in the brakes since changing from 6500 STIs