Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Distorted Vision, 21 Jan 2016.
I was more concerned about it being anti-social especially at night time.
Arghhhhhhh; my OCD is in overdrive...
Non matching bar end plugs; please get it sorted .
Don't ever buy a bike with drop bars! Each to their own, but that's all a bit cluttered and OTT for me.
I usually have a gospel choir escort me round my audaxes
Sorry, old photograph... The right hand plug is the Di2 junction box and charging port so I sprayed it orange
I've just fitted a basic computer and that's overkill for me, normally I don't bother but having just swapped from three wheels back to two I want to see how I am doing.
E-bike with a T-bar for underslung cheap Chinese lights (one on charge at the moment). bag on frame for the batteries. Mount on stem for Garmin Touring
Gonna need a new right hand hood - they don't last do they.
are they necessary, like Isabel
My OCD hurts real bad.
Not as much as my funny bone. You rock. You absolutely rock
For some reason i always think of Steptoe & Son when i see your bike @Reiver
Tbar, now that's the fix i need for the E-bike light fitting
Just wow...what a bike
My commuter has got my busiest handle bars at this time of year and compared to the OP's it barren
It has a cateye volt 400 and niterider lumina 450 either side of a headset mounted Garmin 130. When it starts getting lighter the two light are replaced by a small blinky and one of them will be carried in my bag. At the height of summer the blinky is in the bag too and its just the garmin 130. I have a virb but I prefer not having the distraction/ clutter
The most complex electronic item (barring iPhone... if I take it) is a digital watch
Egg 'White' (two watts, however many Lumens that is?)
Not known, just a little 'band-on' flasher, that I had in a box
EDIT @ 23:40
And a cheeky Mint Sauce decal along the top-tube
I love looking at my handlebars
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