I always thought the Boardman bikes were pretty well regarded: certainly the top-of-the-range TT bike is well-rated.
All things considered, it's a shame he couldn't find a better partner than Halfords.
Not sure that having something confirmed by an idiot actually helps, but you're welcome anyway! :)
But then I'd have no excuse...
@pnut broke the course record on B25/50 this morning with 53:45 and my P.I.C. was the fastest woman!
The only thing I broke was my gooch for 1.08:29...
Nice fork and all that, but FYI LFGSS ads should be exclusive.
That's to say if you advertise it elsewhere, you can't post an ad on here and if you advertise it on here, then you can't put it up for sale anywhere else.
Assuming you've got latex tubes in them, I doubt you'll find anything that does all those things as well as GP4000S.
Ta da! Courtesy of Khornight2.
I meant let some cable through, so the arms are set wider apart.
I found that if the arms are set close to the rim (so they have a very small range of movement), then friction in the cable-run (that's a tight bend when the cable leaves the lever and goes down the arm) can be enough to overpower the spring.
I see what you did there...
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