Yep. I'll be stopping here though. Solo was a replacement for my commuter hybrid, which might get a bit of TLC over the next few months (hubs seem to be full of porridge ) Meeting you Eastern folks is on my to-do list for this year. Plenty of time left.Telemark said:I take it congratulations on your B'Day present are in order ?
Will you be taking it out on the CC Ecosse ride this weekend?
I don't think I've "met" your Bianchi yet ... you are almost as bad as Jane with rapid N+1s
Yes, backs of the legs are not pretty (not that they ever were). Also got a sore bum the first time I stopped pedalling and it pushed me on and off the saddle in quick succession4F said:LOL, I assume you have tried to freewheel a couple of times then ?
Congrats on the new bike, very nice looking machine.Coco said:Yes, backs of the legs are not pretty (not that they ever were). Also got a sore bum the first time I stopped pedalling and it pushed me on and off the saddle in quick succession
Still, its great fun.
That would be me and also Aperitif. Lovely bike and very comfortable.dan_bo said:I've got onw of them. So has redbike and indeed someone else. Cracking.bike!
No fixed for me either..just a gentle push around town - and I am used to M+ for commuting and these tyres are not the most inspiring. 'Slickslows''redjedi said:That would be me and also Aperitif. Lovely bike and very comfortable.
Mines used as the workhorse, commuting, shopping etc
I still haven't been brave enough to try it fixed yet. I'm about to order some new tyres for it after my first flat this morning (what a hassle to change and the tyres are paper thin) so I'll order the cog and spanner at the same time
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