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Gallery / Re: Fully Loaded - Touring Bikes
« Last post by bludger on Today at 12:14:23 am »


From my last tour and 400 in Belgium (left the sleep system and bar bag at the HQ for the brevet).

This photo is my phone wallpaper. It was from the last day, riding west on the Belgian coastline towards Dunkirk and the ferry.

People often remark that it looks like a parachute hanging off the back but it works 💁‍♂️
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The Knowledge / Re: Current SA 5sp hubs, which one is which?
« Last post by Brucey on Today at 12:00:36 am »
if there is a generous chamfer on the left end of the axle, that usually signifies it is a ball-locking hub.

cheers
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Freewheeling / Re: I carried this on my bicycle
« Last post by andyoxon on Yesterday at 11:37:00 pm »
Cycled to RIAT at RAF Fairford - nearby campsite viewpoint; was there for around 6hrs so binos, & Aldi chair came in handy.

IMG_20190720 by a oxon, on Flickr

IMG_20190720_114614211 by a oxon, on Flickr

capture 20072019 by a oxon, on Flickr

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The Knowledge / Re: Current SA 5sp hubs, which one is which?
« Last post by mzjo on Yesterday at 11:05:21 pm »
One SRF-5 hub ordered. I'll wait until it gets here before ordering shifter and sprocket because I still am not sure if it's the closer ratio hub or the wide. The site has both shifters with little indication of hich one is for which. I have to order a new seal for the Alfine from SJS so sprocket, nuts, anti-turn washers, shifters etc can come at the same time.
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Arts and Entertainment / Re: Film Similar to Wages of Fear
« Last post by PhilB on Yesterday at 10:40:15 pm »
The Sorcerer looks very promising
Now need to locate a copy & relive some childhood memories :)
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PBP 2019 / Re: PBP hi viz vest
« Last post by FifeingEejit on Yesterday at 10:39:46 pm »
Back on the Hi-Vis, now I'm properly planning the ride down and back (or at least train hop)
I see no mention of which class of EN ISO 20471 is required, but may have missed it...

Mesh front, solid back, class 2
https://www.hivis.co.uk/hi-vis-half-mesh-safety-vest-portwest.html

full mesh
https://www.onlinesafetysupplies.co.uk/workwear/hi-vis-clothing/hi-vis-waistcoats-and-jerkins/b-seen-hi-vis-yellow-mesh-vest/?gclid=CjwKCAjw98rpBRAuEiwALmo-ytpCPGigc9cctf0nuNgNb8U_dQQyuLWrhJch6FkktogP5fk8Ma-oRBoCXR0QAvD_BwE

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Racing / Re: Mersey Roads 24HR 2019
« Last post by quixoticgeek on Yesterday at 10:28:26 pm »

Times for 100miles are up here:

http://www.timetriallingforum.co.uk/index.php?/topic/133794-rttc-national-championship-24-hour-start-sheet/&page=2

The twitter account for @merseyroads24 seems to be best place to get info.

J
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The Knowledge / Re: Adjusting a QR cup and cone wheels
« Last post by zigzag on Yesterday at 10:10:32 pm »
my method was to tighten the locknuts until the bearings start binding, then back off a quarter of a turn, put the wheel into a fork and clamp the skewer. only very tiny adjustments were needed after that to make it spot on.
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Audax / Re: Non-UK Rider
« Last post by Martin on Yesterday at 09:42:48 pm »
Is it not a case that the insurance that AUK has to cover AUK, requires riders to also be insured?
J

no only if they are non UK residents. My understanding is that it's a last resort thing if the rider has no other cover. If they did do away with it everyone could use CUK's (which I'm also in and is very good; also includes legal assistance)
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Racing / Re: Mersey Roads 24HR 2019
« Last post by zigzag on Yesterday at 09:42:15 pm »
any news/updates from the playground?
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