Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Katherine, 1 Nov 2016.
Just found somewhere that will repair my son's cricket bat for what seems a very reasonable fee!
Why would you want a ladies saddle?
There's a very simple explantion. All you've to do is come up with it.
Just spent a pleasant 1 & 3/4 hours riding the long way into work.
Only downside is that I got here...
Your route lead you past, so you thought you'd see how they were managing without you.
You're free to leave, anytime. You're still on holiday.
Current plan is to prepare for tomorrow, then haul off for a 30k around the rolling hills south of Stuttgart, so I'll have a 60k in the bag.
I may well be getting a bit obsessive about adding to my kilometerage...
And inventing. I believe the reverse thread on the left pedal is a Wright innovation.
Finished, finally. Now for the second ride...
I'm back home !
Ideas on a postcard please.
Got home from Wales last night (teens stayed at home) - my daughter had dyed the bath 'blue'. Had to bleach it at 10pm last night.
This morning, she's had a bath, and it's blue again. No she's not a Smurf, she's dyed her hair blue.
Picasso had a blue period but, thankfully, he stopped back in 1904.
And arrived. Half an hour slower than planned due to a vicious headwind.
Full report will follow for those who can bear it.
It's one of these magazines where you get a piece of a bike with every copy. This time you intend getting them all.
Postcard by return of post?
"And most people are right handed. It is a little known fact that the Wright Brothers invented the left-hand thread for the left-hand pedal in 1900. Therefore, up until then it is highly unlikely that bicycles used any left-hand threads on them at all."
Unlike @Zipp2001 , I don't get Patriots Day off today. Although it's actually on the 18th, but holidays get moved to nearest ,Monday for a 3 day weekend. Just in New England.
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