Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Dark46, 29 May 2014.
Is there any port left?
Let's pass green to green.
New wheels. DT Swiss, I forget the model off hand. Nice and light coming in at 1475g. Going to stick some continental gp4000 iis on them as well.
Some lightly used 26" fenders for the Raleigh Project, at the bike co-op. I believe they are SKS.
Yes, they are SKS.
cube attention sl frame
2 x sets of mavic crossrides 650Bs
1 x shwalbe rocket rons
1 x wtb horizons
1 x carbon forks
6 x 650b inner tubes
1 x seatpost
1x seatpost clamp
1x zee crankset c/w bb
2 x sram etap replacement hoods
1x wtb saddle
i think thats it
New Garmin As my old Garmin leapt to its death from my bars and was subsequently squeeshed by the traffic behind me
So basically a bike
3 x spare tubes for the road bike
Tyre sealant for the MTB
Wet lube 'cos it was cheap
Parts for a bike.....already have the di2 group set
Replacement frame for my cracked GT - Brand new On One Inbred 26 vertical dropout in Pearl White
Not many left, if anyone still wants one
It's payday so time to get a few bits in stock ready:
SKS Raceblade Longs
105 5800 12-25 cassette
SRAM PG1050 12-25 cassette
Halo sports wash
£35 and turned up today
They will be going on the Rapid 1 - I like to be different :-)
400mm 25.2 seatpost for an old hybrid that I'm riding again.
Lidl have got their little LED backup bike lights in again. I think they are excellent value and always handy to carry if there is any chance of coming back after sunset or in poor visibility. I bought another pair for the price of ... £1.79!
The front light is definitely 'to be seen by' rather than any use to light up the road. Both lights have steady and conventional flashing modes, but they also have a very eye-catching 'burst flashing mode'.
I will probably use 2 pairs on my bike so one pair can act as backup for the other.
The lights use 2xCR2032 type batteries each. Those batteries can be quite expensive if you pay full price for single cells but you can get them cheap on eBay - e.g. 20 for £2.49.
Just ordered a garden spray bottle , since a few folk on here recommended them for bike cleaning.
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