Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Dave 123, 9 Feb 2019.
About 50 quid.
I would remove it straight away because the stuff inside it would rattle or get damp and rusty if I wrapped it in a cloth to prevent rattling. Everything goes in my jersey pockets.
That looks like it would be fun in a crosswind...
I've tried one - they aren't
Just like those tool holders that fit in a bottle cage.
I find the tools make the water taste funny
The value I place on my machines depends on factors like the build & ride quality and usefulness of them. I do differentiate between "good" bikes and hacks; and although I would not lose much sleep over the loss of a hack bike, I would be mighty vexed if anything happened to a "good" one. Some might get the impression that I don't value my bikes because I only ever pay peanuts for them secondhand, and refuse to get drawn in by marketing BS for new ones. Nothing could be further from the truth; however I do not approach bike purchase like a kid let loose in a sweet shop, unlike all those grown men who really ought to know better.
Or like those grown men with plenty of disposable income.
it really is time skipdiver john removed the blinkers, not everyone that buys something new has "been drawn in by marketing bullsh!t" maybe , just maybe, now I know this may sound unreasonable but maybe someone buys something new because its what they want, and can afford it.
And it’s quite possible that new, modern bikes maybe, and I know this can be controversial, in fact often are, much better than old bikes. I know, it’s ‘out there’ opinions wise.
I haven't read the whole thread but AFAIK nobody has mentioned the word "fun". Modern bikes are built to be light, smooth-riding, comfortable and fun to ride, which is why so many people who cycled as children have come back as born-again cyclists. I enjoy riding my endurance bike all the year round but when summer comes there's no better sensation than cruising easily along in the sun on my fast, light racer. It makes me feel happy, young, fulfilled and energised and keeps me extremely fit. I've no time for inverted snobs who claim that any old piece of iron will do because they've never actually ridden a pedigree bike.
I'm not into fast cars but I bet enthusiasts would say the same about Morris Minor drivers.
How about Pears soap, I like the smell.
I bought that the other day.
There is no coal tar in "coal tar" soap any more, due to a European Directive, coal tar is banned in non-prescription products, so you may as well use the modern liquid rubbish !!
Coal tar soap still smells like coal tar, which is the main thing IMHO.
It reminds me of my grandparents, who always had coal tar soap.
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