My rotors turned up from r2-bike today. Delivered by dhl, no additional charges to pay and in sealed full retail packaging.
The rotors have an August 2021 manufacturing date on them, that surprised me as I assumed sram had discontinued this style when the fancy wavy axs ones came out.
John Lewis have some Rapha and LeCol bits on sale in a range of sizes, picked up a training jersey in medium.
Was wondering if this looks any good - its a 50cm so a good size for me...
Hi there, anyone have any experience with or know anything about Zehus Bike+ electric hubs and/or nfixed bikes?
ps Please let me know if this is the wrong thread for this Q, am relatively new here
Just spat coffee all over my desk thanks
hahahaha sorry i just searched for ebay hahaha
Two Facebook projects.
Specialised rock hopper, a ritchey "nitanium" £45
Bianchi vn7 £60
Bargain for small size triathlon bikes at evans
Sadly I've never found the frameset for the vintage MTB city cruisers that are so cool right now but if I did I would put these cranks on. Someone here might like them. Or pass them on to me if I ever get around to it.
70% off De marchi cycle kit in all sizes in most of it
Zipp alloy base bars £10
Castelli Superleggera Women's Cycling Jacket @ Merlin Cycles £47.50 White/medium only
Le Col up to 50% off on sportpursuit
Rutlan cycling is doing Buy 2 tyres, choose 2 tubes for FREE
Flyer for £150 in Lewisham
Rapha on sale on sportpursuit
Bargain, but that really was one of the worst bikes I've ever owned.
Ended up getting a refund on it!
Heavy with poor components?
Got it in one.
Mudguard snapped off and went in to spokes, as I was cycling on a busy, city road.
Rear hub fell apart several times.
Set/stop screw at dropout was bent from day one, and overall had a very cheap feel despite being £799(?) or thereabouts.
£150 is closer to what the RRP should have been.
You think I'm doing any riding with a baby??
These are fantastic I've used them for years.
A fiver is a steal.
Second this, bought a set recently & used over winter, great bang for your buck.
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