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Which type of roadie
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Hybrid, cx or full on roadie, will be used for everything on road, popping to the shops, commuting, and lands end to john groats
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#2
full on roadie then.... mashleys selling one.....
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#3
cycle to work, £1000 voucher.

Carbon roadie, or alu roadie, camel back, accessories, and a tubo trainer?
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#4
"ianpinder" Wrote:cycle to work, £1000 voucher.

Carbon roadie, or alu roadie, camel back, accessories, and a tubo trainer?

carbn would be good, boardman roadie ideal.

that's reminded me of another question I have for tomorrow!
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:carbn would be good

Ian can then join Russ, Mark et al with a broken frame. Get something tougher. Lands End and long multi day rides, overnight gear = extra weight = extra stress
Keep it foolish...
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:carbn would be good, boardman roadie ideal.

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#7
If your buying a boardman get new wheels straight away. The richey that are supplied with it are pants. Also only cones with compact chainset so go for something a tad bigger and work your legs. I have a boardman and have changed loads on it. Now it's a fantastic bike
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#8
Nowt wrong with my wheels, they are round and true and they keep the tyres on...
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"MudMonkey" Wrote:Nowt wrong with my wheels, they are round and true and they keep the tyres on...

+1  I also have one - wheels have been fine.  Morts - what probs were you having or did you just want flasher ones?
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#10
Compact chainsets are too high unless going downhill or on flat with wind behind, need a triple for anything uphill
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