10,000 miles in a year finally

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NUKe
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Re: 10,000 miles in a year finally

Postby NUKe » 30 Dec 2015, 7:00pm

After my 10k last year, I've only managed 5k this year. As I always try and beat last years target, 2016 will be an achievable target.
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Re: 10,000 miles in a year finally

Postby deliquium » 31 Dec 2015, 12:46pm

11,360 happy steady never in a rush 100% Welsh miles :)

Not riding today on account of the weather :(

So am staying home and rebuilding a rear wheel as its rim has worn mightily thin.

Only one p******e the other day on a shared use path - bit of broken glass (mind you the Vittoria Randonneur Pro tyre was somewhat bald - now replaced)
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Re: 10,000 miles in a year finally

Postby Manc33 » 31 Dec 2015, 1:57pm

You had ONE p******e in 11,360 miles?

I think I might swap my Marathon+ off and put some GP4000S on it. 8)

"4000S II gets a Vectran breaker for unsurpassed p******e protection"

I bet Marathon Plus does surpass it. :lol: Ride over a drawing pin on GP4000S and see what happens. :roll:
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Re: 10,000 miles in a year finally

Postby deliquium » 31 Dec 2015, 2:50pm

Manc33 wrote:You had ONE p******e in 11,360 miles?


Actually it's 1 x p******e in 20,668 miles, as there weren't any in 2014 :mrgreen:
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Re: 10,000 miles in a year finally

Postby reohn2 » 31 Dec 2015, 4:27pm

deliquium wrote:
Manc33 wrote:You had ONE p******e in 11,360 miles?


Actually it's 1 x p******e in 20,668 miles, as there weren't any in 2014 :mrgreen:


North Wales is such a clean place to cycle in :mrgreen:

I've not even bothered to tot up my my mileage for 2015,it's so abysmal :(

Anyway well done all you high milers and have a happy perforation free 2016 :)
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