If you are running one for 30 hours per week then why don't you sort out the problem?
Its a better build then the newer ones, just fit a standard brake and see if these guys can build you a replacement wheel.
There are around if you are IP barred
They come up on ebay from time to time at about £180 to £220 (I sold one without the coaster brake about 6 months ago for £230) your bike is better as I think you still have the pump in the seat tube as it was one of the first Mu Uno bikes (I still have one as the girlfriend now uses it) as the rear stay is drilled you may be better off fitting a brake and having the wheel rebuilt with a standard hub or just getting a wheel built as then you always have a spare wheel or can sell it.
Just my 2P
If you want a nice straight cut then use one of these,
Get a large screw and try to hammer in the rawl plug deeper then filler and sand flat.
Record the the noise and email it to them..........
Is it a house thats been converted in to flats?
How lagging do you need as I have some 15mm somewhere?
How much storage do they have on iCloud as they up'd the limits a while back?
Them where the days Corny,
After nearly two months of ownership the Elise still puts a smile on my face when I drive it and it gets driven late at night just for the hell of it.
Poor old E30 is now languishing in the garage over the winter.
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