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What have you bought for your bike today?
#21
"alkali" Wrote:Loo roll on your desk eh?

Ah I wondered who would pick up on that. Frame is proper tasty though, it has some decent lines so it was needed!

Already had multiple comparisons to this and UPVC windows though.  Undecided
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#22
fed up of soggy arse so mud guards in prep for w/e.

resim
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#23
"sirromj" Wrote:fed up of soggy arse so mud guards in prep for w/e.

resim

I've seen bottles used as mud guards, but never fish. Interesting concept.
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#24
"Neil" Wrote:I've seen bottles used as mud guards, but never fish. Interesting concept.

Yeah, thought it was funny. It came up in image search for
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crud racepac canyon
Was too dark in shed to take picture.
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#25
Found some cleat adapters in the end  Smile Sidi came up with the goods after buying some from Crank Brothers that didn't work for my needs. Must say the Crank Brothers product was in another league quality wise though, a very superior product (although nearly twice the price)...

resim

Saw this on offer at CRC and couldn't resist. Hopefully it'll sort my slipping seat post issues...

resim
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#26
Why didn't you just get some SPD's instead of roadies and spending extra on adapters?
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#27
"Treehugger" Wrote:Why didn't you just get some SPD's instead of roadies and spending extra on adapters?

Three reasons - I'm finding myself commuting over 100 miles a week on the road at the moment, I loved the look of them and they were reduced by £100!
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#28
after getting down to having just 3 bikes :B and deciding to keep the dh rig thought it might be better to ride with some brakes on it. Undecided so just shelled out on these bad boys, wonder if the four pot pistons up up to stoping my mass  Big Grin


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#29
Well they stop me so I am 1000% sure they will stop you mate.
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#30
You could probably fit 140mm discs and they will still stop you quicker than mine! Very nice mate.
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