Riding a Cinelli Gazzetta.
Thanks Oliver. Yes I was surprised no one answered. Oh well you did :)
@Oliver Schick Sorry bout posting here I didn't realise there was a separate thread. My apologies. Perhaps @Velocio can move it? I have taken photos and yes there is red lines. There was a couple of girls who helped me off the road and picked my bike up but unfortunately I was still in shock to ask for their numbers. I'm hoping there is CCTV. I've contacted a no win no fee solicitor to get things moving so I'll wait for their reply on the details I gave them. Cheers
Just got back from Northwick park hospital, Harrow. Coming off Old Street roundabout around 12.15pm this afternoon heading towards Angel and went down a pot hole causing me to go over the handlebars resulting in a chin laceration needing to be glued, grazed hands and knees and bruising of the shoulder. Don't look like nothing is wrong with the bike and I'm surprised that the carbon wheel on the front didn't disintegrate. Well shaken sitting on the side of the road covered in blood and dazed. It must be on CCTV. Any advice?............Thanks
That looks the nuts :)
Be nice to see a picture of that Cinelli :)
Thanks for the reply. One question would the thread on the clickster be suitable for the BLB hub?
Mr UPS man is delivering a H plus son SL42 rear wheel with a BLB track hub this Friday and I'm gonna put it on my Gazzetta. I wanna up the gearing so can anyone recommend a 17 tooth freewheel sprocket please. Thank you chappies.
Name and shame the online retailer
I need to insure my bike. If I took a separate insurance out with a different insurance company other than the co-op whom I have contents cover with and the bike gets nicked would it affect the renewal quote with the co-op when the renewal is due. If yes then I might as well stick with the co-op @ £64 per annum for £1150 bike. thanks
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