A colleague of mine has purchased both a groupset and wheels in two separate C2W transactions
Keen on the r8000 and stages if still available?
Bradley Wiggins on his podcast sounding like the cod philosophical drunk bloke propping up the bar at every terrible party ever
Yep, 100% reiterate this. The Diprose boys sure know how to piece together some great little by-ways.
My insta-flob from the day:
I couldn't get the Strava app to work, but did find a work around:
Is there any way to get a route on to a Garmin 520 without plugging it in to a computer?
In case anyone comes across the same issue as me:
With some research and communication with the Fulcrum importer in the UK, I have found out that Fulcrum lockrings used for the "AFS" system are part number RF1137272 (4-M1-101B) and can be ordered via your LBS. Bloody proprietary components. Even more annoying that they're not listed in the Fulcrum manuals anywhere
So Fulcrum centre lock hubs. Turns out they use a lockring which threads on to the outside of the hub, rather than the inside of the hub like a Shimano one. Some mention of it on this review of the Racing 5s
Does anyone know where I could buy a set of these wacky lockrings as I've purchased a second hand set of wheels which has come without...
I had lunch at Lyle's not so long ago. It was mega. They have opened a sister restaurant called Flor in Borough Market and it also looks banging:
This is my experience with the 411 rims too. Couldn't get the back to seat until I added even more tape. After that it was fine!
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