Looks pretty much like what I'm in the market for. Still disappointed that it doesn't do on the fly route planning/replanning but small, GPS-enabled bike computer with cadence and speed sensor (for an extra £60!) sounds good enough.
I wonder if it has a built-in compass?
The pin's about 0.5mm ø - not going to stop anything given the forces on the crank spindle. I always thought it was more to let you know you've got the cranks in the right position since if you don't, the pin won't engage into the hole in the spindle and the plate will be in the way when you try and insert the clamp bolts.
I'm surprised the plate serves any purpose other than to stop you fitting the cranks in the wrong position.
Yikes. Mine are about 1" tall at the moment.
You made quite the puddle
I'm going on Tuesday, joining the queue. Looks like a scorcher.
That's the process I adopted, minus the humid part. It's just sat in the garden enjoying the sun
Potted out 8 aubergine seedlings. Let's see how they get on.
Also my attempt to get lemongrass from Sainsbury's to grow is going quite well. It's starting to put up some side shoots
That sunset started pretty weak but turned out quite nice - the clouds were quite high, pancake-flat and illuminated from below, highlighting all the contours and texture.
Definitely on the list of routes to do again
Nom nom nom
Strange how I wasn't that hungry when I got home
Thinking about not keeping up with you after the ride out
© LFGSS, powered by microcosm.
Report a problem
London Fixed Gear and Single-Speed is a community of predominantly fixed gear and single-speed cyclists in and around London, UK.
This site is supported almost exclusively by donations. Please consider donating a small amount regularly.