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reb 10-10-06 01:17 PM

I'm at uni, in London, Kensington, but home is either Bristol or West Lancs depending on when you ask me.

Definately a road bike (an ancient raleigh) for London, but tend to stick to my early 90's style mountain bike (ie no suspension) for everywhere else when I can, don't like dragging the road bike up hills/along non-surfaced cycle paths (although I have done it in the past)

Greg180 10-16-06 07:54 PM

I was wondering if any of the BF members from the UK could tell me if Pearson Cycles ships to the US. I really like their new Pearson Touche' fixed cycle.

Johnny_Monkey 10-17-06 12:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Greg200
I was wondering if any of the BF members from the UK could tell me if Pearson Cycles ships to the US. I really like their new Pearson Touche' fixed cycle.


Have you tried emailing them?

Greg180 10-17-06 04:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Johnny_Monkey
Have you tried emailing them?

Twice through the link on their web site...no response

Nick Atkinson 10-21-06 11:24 AM

Hi there everyone,

In stourport, worcestershire, england. Just joined as i am trying to find a plan to make a workstand as me old back is getting stiffer with age, i ride off road. Just rode cwmcarn twrch trail then drove to afan park and slept in car (not a good idea) then rode the 'white's level' had dinner at the mountain bike center and then rode? 'the wall' with diversion. All in south wales. What a birthday!
cheers Muddy.

robakester 10-24-06 07:39 AM

London Rider
 
I am from London as well.

robakester 10-24-06 08:13 AM

Just moved to Grove Park, SE London right next to Bromley, Kent. I ride to work (Mayfair, Central London) everyday. Usually do 70 mile rides once a month. Need information on good hills to ride within the M25 area.... And anyone who wants to come along would be welcome.

bummel 10-29-06 08:19 PM

Returning roadie, from Essex

Secession 10-31-06 04:02 AM

Another one from London here.

rea1high 11-02-06 12:16 PM

moved to Bristol a year or two ago, got back into mountain biking.
Now i'm moving to brum. no mountains, trails, anything! grrrr....

Labarum 11-02-06 12:28 PM

Just moved from Reading to a last job with the British Army here

http://maps.google.co.uk/?ie=UTF8&z=...,0.153122&om=1

Amazing cycling - The Wiehengebirge -and I live in the centre of Lubbecke.

cuddlebum 11-06-06 05:58 AM

Iam from the UK

cuddlebum 11-07-06 06:42 AM

WEBMONKEYUK has the same name as me and spells it the same

Cadfael 11-17-06 11:42 PM

Add one more from the Uk here....

bianchi 11-18-06 10:09 AM

Brit here as well. Complete newbie, just wanted to see what this forum was all about.

Clansman 11-25-06 03:41 PM

Another UK newbie here from Lancashire. Not been on my bike for about 4 years and deciede it was high time I got back in the saddle after a big OFF!!

Clansman.

cannybub 12-21-06 11:14 AM

Living in South Wiltshire for the last three years, originally from Essex.

Loads of off-road trails and loads of mud

Iffacus 12-24-06 09:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rea1high
moved to Bristol a year or two ago, got back into mountain biking.
Now i'm moving to brum. no mountains, trails, anything! grrrr....

For MTBing in Brum you just need to go a few miles to the North and you'll find Cannock Chase, 8miles of offical single track, much more unofficial and a downhill area.

If you want more info PM or email me.

-JP- 12-29-06 08:35 AM

Hi - I'm from the UK too. Born, bred in Somerset, now living in Lincolnshire:

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl...,0.808182&om=1

Grantham = where I live, the green arrow is where I work and cycle to/from.

Mat B 01-02-07 02:11 PM

i'm from the UK

OllyUK 01-04-07 03:31 PM

Im from Leicestershire near Rutland.

Fixedwheelnut 01-06-07 09:47 AM

Another Brit here, South East London,

I recognise a few names from C+ on here, I've just been looking at the fixed bikes on the other part of the forum :)

snow chance 01-06-07 05:47 PM

ive just joined,ive been out of biking for 10 yrs & cant wait to get back into it.ive just bought a trek 6000 & being based around the peak district its going to be a different gear!

Bazzerp 01-26-07 03:59 PM

Still there & just joined the Forum.

Off to South Africa next week for a month, entered 3 PedalPower Association fun rides around CapeTown - 1st one is 115km.... Cycling is hugely popular around CapeTown.

http://www.pedalpower.org.za/Default.aspx?tabid=30

Normally into Audax in the UK

cutebikerbabe 01-27-07 03:22 PM

hi i'm new and from liverpool


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