First question: Daily Mail, Sun, Telegraph, Times, Daily Express
This is the person and I emailed him last evening. He has sold out but may have some more made in the future, could you send me a private message with your email and I will give you contact details to get your name on his list.
Someone I know, but can't remember who at the moment, had some made which he sold at a reasonable price. I will contact someone who may know who it is and post later if I have any luck.
Thanks for that. Now chasing up to find someone with the 13 - 28 in stock. Will post up if the one we are chasing actually has it in stock for delivery.
Thanks for that - Plan B was to fit a compact chainset with a 26. Hills are indeed proving to be a problem, and I am mailing from Cambridge!...
A friend of mine has a Master X-Light with Chorus 8-speed. Largest sprocket is 23. Is it possible to get an 8-speed cassette with 28T sprocket? Largest I can see is 26.
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Thanks gridds, I thought it must be something like that. It is hard to imagine an electric 'motor' being able to speed up a shaft which must already be revving at such a high speed. Enjoy all of your posts. Shame about the German G P or is Bernie putting on pressure as he did with Silverstone?
Can anyone explain how power stored by Kers is used to boost the engine when released?
We have some red Donohue but they have very short column as they are from a very small frame. Would be possible to get a new column brazed in by Winston at Vaz if you were desperate.
Is it called WD40 in Italy? I can never find WD40 or GT85 in Italy or Germany when we need to give the chain a spray. All the ones we can find are oily and we end up with black messy chains when packing the bikes to come home. One year they were so bad I split them off and dumped the chains.
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