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Xmas Pressies
#1
Peeps,
What are you hoping Father/Mother Christmas will slip in your stockings this year?


I've begged for a new Camelbak (other brands are available) and a proper winter riding top/jacket.
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#2
"impished" Wrote:Peeps,
What are you hoping Father/Mother Christmas will slip in your stockings this year?


I've begged for a new Camelbak (other brands are available) and a proper winter riding top/jacket.

I need a proper winter cycling jacket. Been using old Gore Tex shell jackets for years which aren't really that good for cycling. Ear warmers after the ride to work this morning! I need loads of bits!
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#3
Santa is bringing me a nice new pair of Cat boots (as purchased from bluewater last night).

I have the endura night vision jacket and it is a lovely winter riding coat. It is surprisingly warm for a thin layer. This morning I have just a shirt with that over it and was toastie coming to work.

I also have one of these and it is probably the best investment I have made for my cycling, warm, covers my ears and fits comfortably under my helmet.

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-skull-cap/
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#4
Santa's bringing me a track pump for the shed, and I'm looking for a jolly beer/snack related long sleeve jersey for Cheryl to get me, otherwise we're having a quiet crimbo this time around.

+1 for the skull cap thing, I bought a Nike one 2 years back and it sure beats a beanie under the bash hat when it's farkin cold. Great invention.
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#5
5.10s and a track pump Smile
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#6
a new sks track pump. mine broke on sunday after 20yrs!!!
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#7
"jedi" Wrote:a new sks track pump. mine broke on sunday after 20yrs!!!

Never....    :o

Bloody thing weighed a ton, I doubt they make em out of scaffold poles nowdays.
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
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#8
One of those hand pumps that is like a mini track pump. Like Longjon had on his Puncture Tour of North Wales 2010. I don't think my current bontrager pump has a hope in hell of seating my tyres.
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#9
Pumps must be a theme this year as I've asked Santa for one too.
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#10
&quot;General Sparks&quot; Wrote:Pumps must be a theme this year as I've asked Santa for one too.

Haha me too!
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