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- 16 Jul 2012, 12:33pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: Bike stuff in Aldi
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I bought myself a bike computer from Aldi that seems very good and has a calorie counter, thermomoter, average speed, oddometer, speedo etc. They also have bike locks and brake blocks
Iresponsable dog owners who allow their dogs to foul all over the place. Football teams in black away kit. Musclular, fake tanned cyclists in tight professional team kit that go snorting past. Horrible cheap bikes. All buy-to -let investors. Japanese knotweed. People selling bought in stuff from Chi...
- 3 Mar 2012, 10:36am
- Forum: Fun & Games
- Topic: Three Word Story Game (again)
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But what was the pixie's cosy little collection of hamsters actually doing? Their bulging cheeks contained lots of banana sundeas and mint choc chips with hundreds and thousands stuck to tiny strawberry trifles with loaded shotguns at the ready. But they loaded rice pudding and raspberry jam into a ...
- 23 Feb 2012, 1:02pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: You're most unfavourite sky scraper
- Replies: 32
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You're so right. The average architect cares little about the people who have to suffer their hideous monstrosities as they drive off to their converted barns in the countryside. Most architects prefer to focus on the childish histrionics and self-regarding largesse of those involved in the professi...
The is Weston Super-mare pier in Somerset which was refurbished after it was destroyed in a fire a few years ago. There are a lot around the UK and my nearest one is at Aberystwyth. They are great pieces of Britains heritage and maybe they have them in other parts of the world. If you have any pictu...
Here is a 1962 CTC yearbook which I have inherited. It is quite interesting and has has details of rides, cafes and meetings and so on. If any of you have any CTC memorablilia it would be fascinating to see.
One could go on an interesting bike tour visiting all the heritage railways in the UK. They are nicely spaced out and in some beautiful locations. The picture shows two old British rail diesel engines at Swanage in Dorset.
Here is my bike on the Cornish coastal path at a place called High Cliff about 4 miles north of Boscastle. If you have a lightweight bike without paniers that you can easily throw over stiles it is quite nice to detour along the cliff paths and coastal paths in the UK. It was very quiet here with no...
Here is a bench that looks like it is made of bits of driftwood with oars for the arms. It may possibly be made of old wood boat. It is in Cornwall and can any of you guess exactly where? It has a wonderful eccentricty and Cornish charm about it