i wish that was my view out my window.
looking for a reasonably decent road bike to suit someone around 5'5
ideally disc braked but open to anything which is reasonably light.
female specific is fine too
happy to pay postage/collection if in London
This - favourite part of renovating our flat was living with all our stuff in one room and a blow up mattress which we deflated each morning to give enough room to get dressed and eat breakfast/dinner. Oh and the toilet with no wall and fridge outside under a tarpaulin. Don't quite know how we did it for a month
I think mortgage providers get the hump as they work on the basis of two flats being worth more than one house - plus i think you'd need to use the same provider for both mortgages otherwise when it became one title you'd have a weird situation (assuming they allowed you).
I'd imagine it's doable - you'd just need to find a decent mortgage broker and solicitor to help.
interesting - thank you. my partner had her stem undone and brake hoses/gear cables cut and they just took the lot. didn't even bother with the seat post which had a decent seat attached so i'm guessing they were specifically after the sram shifters.
I was thinking of replacing one bolt for one hexlox bolt to the stem-handlebar and stem-steerer interfaces. To be fair, the cost of replacing the shifters probably makes sense to spend the money on the hexlox stuff...ffs
Whats the best solution to not having bars/stems/seatposts nicked?
Is replacing bolts with hexlox the way to go?
My partner had her bars stolen tonight - scene looked murderous with leaky fluids everywhere.
So if anyone has 1x hydraulic shifters - please let me know
I think i've got a r5 kium one (used) and a non-r5 one (new).
Either for 30 or so?
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