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Capable and very tuneable light at a great price
Solid training wheels but not the lightest for the money
Good looking, warm, and comfortable jersey for cool and cold conditions
Smooth-running rollers with a natural feel, though not cheap
Decent hub-motored leisure e-MTB
Well-made, robust frame bag with a good selection of useful tools
Spot on for cool weather use, and fantastic value for money
Good flat-barred road bike that will help riders who are scared of drop bars to rack up decent mileage
What was off-roading like before gravel riding, bikepacking and mountain biking? The RSF has the answer: still possible
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Let's hope it's not fixed. Not great to have an exposed big chainring if anything goes wrong.
I like the colour though.
Don't think so, though the covers look vaguely familiar. I was too young to see Rollerball when it first came out, but I'm a big fan of 1970s and...
This article is brilliant on explaining why a brighter light isn't necessarily a better light, and why the StVZO pattern of beam is so brilliant ...
+1 for Four Boroughs.
Fear not! I am working hard. I have done all the worthless complaints to Professional Standards and the PCC, which was as hopeless as I anticipated...
I made up a spreadsheet (sad but I like MS Excel...) that allows me to test how any N+1 compares to a bike I know fits nicely. It lets me know how...
Quest have been showing the highlights late on a Saturday night.
I have recently upper my 180 front to a 203, and gone for swissstop pads, more to equalise the front with the rear. The rear would lock up a bit...
How about a post-ride pair of socks for 50 euros? They come in a special box with Thomas Dekker's initials on it for some reason. https://www...