Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Dark46, 29 May 2014.
Inner tubes .tyres .GPS unit.
Some self adhesive patches, the ones I have don't seem to stick very well.
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Just been delivered today from Spa, new hex wrench set & Ti stem
Just ordered a pair of wiggles Dhb spd shoes to go with the new clipless pedals my in laws got me for Christmas. About to jump into the world of clipless!
Desperate for a bike fit too but can't afford it just now. Soon.
My first foray into the clipless world happened on Sunday and I thought they were wonderful. I’ll be adding my other set of clipless pedals to the MTB and will be all clipless from now on.
I did notice during my Sunday ride that I only ever seemed to be unclippling my left foot which is a bad habit to get into in case my weight is leaning the other way!
A Shimano XT double 36-26 crankset, a front pull slx FD and a 2x11 slx shifter.
I wanted a 170mm crankset but that was £130 so opted for the sale option 175mm at £79.
Crc sent the 170!! well happy £128 the lot
Tyres and tubes. I seem to have a thing for tyres, a bit like women and their shoes.
First delivery of the year - SKS Raceblade Pro XL mudguards for the Giant Rapid flatbar
Still to be delivered are some derailleur jockey wheels for the main comuter - having replaced the rest of the driveline just before Christmas, I thought I might just as well finish the job!
A pair of Schwalbe Winter spiked tyres from Spa.
At least the bike won't be grounded come the slippery weather.
Nothing thanks to the LBS. I had a seized crank clamp bolt (seized after 2 weeks ) they managed to drill it out. I didn't think they'd have a bolt short enough to replace it. I was right but they managed to manufacture one
An Ultegra crankset for me
Some tyre levers, just to make up an Amazon order over £20 to get free delivery with summat else..
Can't have too many tyre levers, eh!?
My second Topeak Alien II multi tool arrived today. No more swapping between bikes with my original multi tool so I don’t have to worry about forgetting it! You can guarantee the one time I forget, I’ll have a easily fixable problem if only I had a multi tool.
Plus it only cost me £20 instead of the usual RRP of £40 from an eBay shop - it is brand new and came in the box.
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