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Jedi Training at UK Bike Skills
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resim

Another magical day with Tony. I know many fellow Sketchys have enjoyed their days at UK Bike Skills over the years.

Today 4 of us went up to learn plenty in the sunshine & had some wicked pics & vids taken. We all left happy for sure!

Can't recommend it highly enough. £95 very well spent..... ;D
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#2
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:resim

Another magical day with Tony. I know many fellow Sketchys have enjoyed their days at UK Bke Sills over the years.

Today 4 of us went up to learn plenty in the sunshine & had some wicked pics & vids taken. We all left happy for sure!

Can't recommend it highly enough. £95 very well spent..... ;D

still on a high from today, great day, learnt a lot and really glad I managed to ride some stuff I would have hesitated at before today
definitely recommend for anyone else thinking of going.  Smile
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#3
Still reeling from BP's *perfect* bike build...... with NO lever adjustment required. FFS :o
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#4
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Still reeling from BP's *perfect* bike build...... with NO lever adjustment required. FFS :o

he must have copied us  Wink
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#5
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Still reeling from BP's *perfect* bike build...... with NO lever adjustment required. FFS :o

Lol. Surely the "perfect" bike build is one you are most comfortable on though, i didn't think the angle of your brake levers was very comfortable, i think i would insist on keeping mine as is.
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"Treehugger" Wrote:Lol. Surely the "perfect" bike build is one you are most comfortable on though, i didn't think the angle of your brake levers was very comfortable, i think i would insist on keeping mine as is.

I think Andy needs some jedi time...
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#7
Pictures on the blog look good. Would be quite tempted to do this some time.
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#8
"BennyP" Wrote:I think Andy needs some jedi time...

Undoubtably, but i still like my brake levers where the are Wink I do suffer from wrist pain at places you have to brake a lot if they aren't right.
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#9
No position is perfect for everyone as you correctly say Andy otherwise brakes would bolt directly into the bars with no adjustment possible
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