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Bold, brave, billowing, breakneck Barry bad boys brazenly buffalo, before badly battering; bilious, bilateral, belated, bible bashing Bethel Baptists by bicycle behind buff bungalow. Besides bubbling, babbling bifurcated brackish brook, betwixt brown briars. Beneath balustrades billabong bacterium b...
We could of course say nothing and glibly accept that a foreign power can run amuck at will in the UK. Or we could complain. Do we now consider that the murder of whistle blowers and or dissidents to be de rigour ? The UK is a democracy, its not perfect by any means but we do have certain rights set...
- 12 Mar 2018, 9:56am
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: Well now its the water ( sigh)
- Replies: 36
- Views: 1424
I now find that we are to have an enquiry as to why the water infrastructure wasn't up to the rigours of cold weather, or more succinctly the thaw after the cold weather. Admittedly I am only a lay person in these matters; but nevertheless my considered opinion is that the said infrastructure wasn't...
- 7 Mar 2018, 12:50pm
- Forum: Women's cycling interests
- Topic: short-ish women: what frame do you have for audax?
- Replies: 29
- Views: 10753
My partner who is 5' 2" has a Liv ladies specific "relaxed" road bike on a XS frame, 700c wheels and no toe overlap. Might not be quite what you are looking for but might be worth a butchers.
- 27 Feb 2018, 3:57pm
- Forum: Bikes & Bits – Technical section
- Topic: Rack ... How much !!
- Replies: 85
- Views: 4197
I am sure it will appeal to those who must "just have" a combined FM radio and coat hanger from the Sunday supplements. In my design engineering days this would have been known as an "idiot gadget".
- 27 Feb 2018, 3:40pm
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: the beast from the east is here
- Replies: 23
- Views: 1175
Well here we are again, “beast from the east” yet another incarnation and regurgitation of the Daily Mail/Sun/Express hyperbole. Slightest hint of heavy weather and the drivel starts. “Sex Change Vicar in Chainsaw Massacre Mercy Dash” was my particular favourite.
Do you remember what you were doing in pen back then?
Waiting for a train in the ******* rain to take me back to Cardiff. Just done a 2 day walk across the Carneddau in the ******* rain. I remember when I got back to Cardiff it was raining.
- 23 Feb 2018, 3:52pm
- Forum: Campaigning & Public Policy
- Topic: A63 - Victory for common sense -?
- Replies: 167
- Views: 14053
Anybody that cycles without panniers/very large saddle bag should be banned. This is (was a cyclists touring club).
Many years ago living in S.Wales as a student, I arrived home one evening having been out with a few chumingtons for a libation. As one does I reached for the cornflakes (Other breakfast cereals are available) and turned on the "plug in drug"; I quickly realised I was so "confused&quo...
Quotidian certainly, but is it chance or design? Are doors opening the same way a reflection of our limited perception of reality in a multidimensional space time universe and as a consequence do the doors really exist. Are coincidences a deep seated desire to see patterns where they might not exist...