I'd love to see whether @mdcc_tester approves of this.
He honked at me in slow moving traffic (i.e. get out of my fucking way cyclist) so I gave him the smiley wave, then he lurched at me several times, then a close pass. Charmer.
Nope, it was something like "Delivering impactful solutions for marketing across the UK".
It might have been these: completelygroup.com/
But might not. Yay me! The vehicle (GF64FCU) was first registered "near Maidstone".
And if you want corrosion resistance, you can get stainless steel bolts.
I'd make a trailer, I reckon. I've always wondered how the wheels go on, given there's nothing to support the hubs on the outside. I could very easily find this out, I suppose.
Intimidated (and called a cunt, natch) by a van on Regent St. this morning. I got his plates but didn't catch the company. Is there an easy way to find out? I vaguely remember some slogan written on the back, but it was really generic, something like "delivering effective solutions".
Super League is now officially better than the NRL, which means England will definitely win the world cup this year. Phew!
Interesting points. I guess in certain use cases it makes sense.
FWIW I don't understand why S+S is a thing when there are readily available carrying cases for normal bikes.
Please educate me.
Rik Van Looy's rats!
Basically none of the ones where people form a little committee to talk about hydraulic brake hoses for twelve pages.
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