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Tubeless valves that work well on low depth rims
Solid rack with high capacity and potential for quick setup
Very good lightweight, figure-hugging race jersey made fully from recycled materials, though the waistband could be improved
Excellent construction and waterproofing, but very expensive
Easy-to-mix, fast-acting protein drink
Very good no-fuss CO2 inflator that's easy to use and decent value
Stylish sunglasses with great performance in any situation, but the price is sky high
Exceptional pad for eliminating pressure, but while the comfort break design works well, the wide chamois channel won't suit all
A decent lever for stubborn beads and metal rims
Very good groupset that brings wireless electronic shifting to a lower price point than ever before
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I'll just chalk that up as just another lie then Burt.
Just coincidence, I'm sure.
I'm confused. Was it his own bicycle or did he just get it from lost and found?
It would be a real shame if this goes, apart from the fact that it contains lots of good information, it is a great tribute to one of cycling's...
Au contraire! My comments have *everything* to do with the story, and I'm assiduous in ensuring that I do not insult others, regardless of what...
It's just like the top tube ban. All riders start events with top tubes on their bikes, just as soon as they sit on them they get penalized.
If they go the other side of the traffic island, it _is_ working.
I'm 68 and have osteoarthritis and both hips having been replaced. Last year I rode LEJOG albeit steady. I may be slower than I was but still using...
Hmmm....Not too sure what I think about this, I've never been a fan of private equity and leveraged finance, but Wiggle being bought up by a larger...
I see the story has made the BBC website now...