Loads of great riding just out of the city on or off road. If I had one bike it'd be a gravel bike with a full plethora of gears.
Saw a set of these on facebook a few days ago, let me see if I can find them.
edit: Found them, now sold I'm afraid.
Is there any real guarantee behind Aliexpress' shipping guarantees? I ordered something reasonably urgent 5 weeks ago that had a 7-10 day delivery guarantee. Obviously paid a fair bit more for shipping from a European warehouse and it seems they're now out of stock and I'll be waiting an age for them.
After a cross top lever to fit 31.8mm bars. Tektro RL720 ideal. Will need sticking in the post.
Wouldn't bother with 451 on the Omnium. Go 406 and put a bigger tyre on. Much wider availability of suitable rims and tyres.
I've had the Halo T2 on the front of my Omnium for the last 70 000km. Still going strong. Now laced up to a SP dynamo with no issues.
Merlin have the Schwalbe Ones for £20 a pop, seems a good bet. Thanks!
Similar to the above, but minus the tan-wall requirement and plus some cheapness. Which budget 28mm road tyres? could be tubeless, but not essential.
I've had the new and old one. New is definetly an improvement but doesn't match Bullitt or Urban Arrow for stability. It comes as a result of the higher loading deck and the stand placement (at the bottom bracket as opposed to directly beneath the loading deck).
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