Coming off London Bridge southbound this lunchtime, two cars pull across me going East onto Tooley St. Proper skid to a stop and end with with both feel out the pedals. Adrenaline shakes all the way home. Fucks sake.
Thanks for everybody's input - off to Cycle PS she goes!
Good point - was hoping to do it all myself without LBS help, that's all.
All I know it's been really shitty at changing gears recently.
Cheers Ed, much appreciated.
Is there a telltale indicator that I need to change my cassette, or should I just have expected a bit of cable stretch and rewire with a new chain?
Hello all, I need to replace the big chainring on my venerable 2010 Allez Comp , and I was wondering if it's a case of just getting the latest, up to date 105 ring and chain?
Do I need to think about replacing the cassette/jockey wheels/small ring?
Thanks for any help.
My crank nearly fell off. April Fooled myself. 4/10.
I'd get a Hooligan for hijinx in a heartbeat if I had the funds...
Like Ludgate , most of north side of the bridges are unpleasant junctions to be around. Out of all of them, I'd pick Waterloo, but that's just my opinion man!
There's also the Graphis, which I have on my Mash HP:
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