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- 16 Jul 2008, 10:14pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: Does anyone know if I should live in Canada
- Replies: 41
- Views: 4462
Or, you could go to Poland. Also quite big and now virtually empty. I wouldn't mind Canada myself. As long as you don't have to wear those checked shirts and drink beer that tastes like flat pop it could be O.K. Mind you,the cycling could be tough. I wonder how fast bears can run? :wink: You don't ...
- 16 Jul 2008, 9:20pm
- Forum: On the road
- Topic: Pedal reflector law a change is needed!
- Replies: 64
- Views: 8170
The situation with regard to the trade is downright disgraceful, and something that trading standards should be taking an interest in. Many (probably even most) models of shimano pedals actually do have reflectors designed to fit them (you can find the part numbers on the shimano website), but even ...
- 16 Jul 2008, 8:26pm
- Forum: Cycling Goods & Services - Your Reviews
- Topic: Which Insurance against cycle theft ?
- Replies: 11
- Views: 3610
I use Kryptonite locks. But be realistic. No lock will protect you from a professional thief, they only buy you time. So depending upon the value of your bike and where you're going to leave it, use more than one lock, preferably of different brands. Read the reviews. Each lock (if it cost you abou...
- 14 Jul 2008, 5:51am
- Forum: The Tea Shop
- Topic: What cars have the worst drivers?
- Replies: 48
- Views: 4212
School-run Mum. Terrifying. My wife works at a local school. They have dreadful and endless problems with the "mums' rush". I won't go into detail, because it would take pages, and anyway, you all know the details. One particular morning, one particular mum had gone past the lollipop lady...
Don't forget to allow for the possibility of repairs. Steel has the advantage that it can be welded or brazed just about anywhere in the world - it can be much more difficult to find somewhere that can work safely with aluminium when you're in the middle of nowhere with a cracked frame. Forget carbo...