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by Chris Green
22 Mar 2015, 12:13pm
Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
Topic: Halfords Rechargeable Bike Light Set
Replies: 0
Views: 1287

Halfords Rechargeable Bike Light Set

Just bought a pair of these natty little aluminium LED lights for £20. On opening them, I immediately thought it was a Halford's cock-up (like that never happens!). Removing the end caps to both lights to see the charging socket, it looked like the rear light was missing some parts compared to the f...
by Chris Green
26 Nov 2014, 8:45pm
Forum: National Standard Cycle Training
Topic: What's my NSI number?
Replies: 2
Views: 33698

Re: What's my NSI number?

Many thanks Si. I followed your link (minus the bit about /join) and it worked. I think where I was going wrong before was that I'd forgotten that it would be an https site. Luckily, as you say, the database only asks for the 6-digits, which happen to be the same format as the CTSB version, and I mu...
by Chris Green
25 Nov 2014, 7:51pm
Forum: National Standard Cycle Training
Topic: Do you get 'experts' telling you what to do?
Replies: 54
Views: 154890

Re: Do you get 'experts' telling you what to do?

I feel your pain. Yes, I've often had people who clearly know my job better than I do telling me that the road I'm using is dangerous (i.e. there's actually some movement). Our employer had now issued us with the office's business card, so our standard line is "I mustn't get distracted, please ...
by Chris Green
25 Nov 2014, 7:44pm
Forum: National Standard Cycle Training
Topic: What's my NSI number?
Replies: 2
Views: 33698

What's my NSI number?

My employer recently asked me to supply my NSI number for their records. To be perfectly honest, the only paper evidence I could come up with is the older CTSB format (CTSB nnnnnn C). From what I can see, the numbers and possibly the final digit are the same, but I'm told that it'll begin with NSI p...