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TTM

Member since Apr 2010 • Last active Feb 2016

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    You too. I hope you enjoy some fantastic cycling trips.

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    Brixton seem like a good club. Shame I was undertaken by one just now on the commute though. Not a good look.

    If you're going to wear club kit on the commute, you'd better ride like you're giving a fucking masterclass.

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    @jim1985

    Yeah, I wasn't really suggesting BHV. It's not what you're looking for.

    For fast group training rides on a Saturday, check out Bigfoot CC. Their fast group is strong. They do runs down towards Staplehurst (my usual training route) and also Ashdown Forest. They also have a mid paced group too I believe.

    I've heard the fast group is proper, no nonsense, leave everything on the road fast. But good for the legs.

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    Are you looking for purely social riding to break up training solo? Or for training as part of a group?

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    Size 44.5

    I bought these last year in a sale as a spare pair of shoes, fitted cleats and tried them once on the turbo to check they were comfy. Since then they've sat unused and there's not a mark on them.

    These are fantastic shoes, perfect for the approaching Spring sun.

    I got them for a snip at £145, so asking £120.

    Again, attached is a stock photo, but I'll take a proper one this week.

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    Someone on a lovely black Talbot with orangey fadez, Jamaica Rd this evening. Should have said hi, but head was a bit fried after work and was dashing home to train.

    So, a belated "lovely bike!"

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    Clearing space, so have these for sale.

    First up is my black EVOC bike bag. It's been used for two trips to Oz and a couple of Euro trips too, so it's well loved. Apart from some cosmetic marks, the only damage of note is to one of the plastic rails on the bottom of the bag which has lost a rivet at one end. The bag functions perfectly. Included in the sale is the Road Bike Fork Adapter, which costs about £15 and makes sure the front end is safe and secure.
    I'll sort pics this week (need to dig the good camera out), but attached is a stock pic for now.

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