CLAY pots are the best.:thumb:
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CLAY pots are the best.:thumb:
:thumb: great story Doug better outcome :rolleyes:
great tyre the supreams but watch out for the side wall,i managed to get a 3inch gash in my front tyre only after 200 miles and the ground wasn't to rough,chainreaction changed it for me no problem ...
Man oh man after looking at those vids i reckon im not a cyclist at all.but of course he's young and strong with a great desire to see the planet fair play to him seems a right nice guy as well.
Thanks for that Doug ,i was just a tad concerned as he offered it to me anytime i fancied doing a tour (i sold my own bike Thorn and all my gear few years back) but i build up anoter kit since...
if u haven't seen this guys videos then check them out well worth a watch.
Doug can i ask.your cannondale buddy of mins has one but when he came back from france few years back the top tube was damaged exactly where you snack bag is, more or less a creese as if it was hit...
that is one sweet looking bike and set up i love it.
Brilliant reply a brave man bob .
Now take my advice foe what its worth. DONT sell your LUCK ,if u won that beauti u were meant to have it theres a reason for everything.:thumb:
here in ireland the weather can be hit and miss all year round, so ultra light is a bit on the dodgy side.but lightweight on a carbon bike would be possible get the tent sorted and the cloths and...
nope i would love to go light on my carbon bike but just cant afford the gear.
i reckon it;'s no problem using carbon as long as you carry the best lightweight gear .
the lightweight gear there making these days is something else super light packs super small bit also costs...
whats this Seculs light never heard of it.:thumb:
ok forget that i googled it.;)
Thanks lads im away to me bed thanks for info much appreciated.
quick question any of you folks using cree lights for night riding.
how good are they what is best at a good price.
(dark country roads)
yeah videos are great keep safe .
is the bike a Thorn nomad ,will you be making a vid on all your set up the kelly kettle is great but wow it sure is big must take up loads of room.
:thumb:correct and right.
Yip we are all bike nuts for sure.:thumb:
Thats a lotta bikes only Machka, one i regret selling is the Thorn sherpa but when a fella is stuck for money well the eigets come out in him .:rolleyes:
In the last ten years or so how many bike have you guy's owned.
myself well lets see.
Raleigh 753 steel (still have it)
look kx light
Thorn 853 audax
if your not prepaired to talk to people how the hell do you know there going to ask the same questions over and over.the cyclist shouldn't be there just to answer questions if you have time to spare...
couldn't agree more.
my old dad used to say if you can't be nice be as nice as you can.
that guy has a major chip on his shoulders leave him at it.
16 miles on my ortlib classic rear never once had i a problem thats the truth.:thumb:
one of the cateye models will give u all that info.