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hazzelfrazzel

Member since Mar 2013 • Last active Aug 2019
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  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Haha, but with 4 bikes that's an 80 quid solution, which is way more than I want to spend ūüėČ

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    True, that could be an option. Bottle cage is a bit more discreet than under the top tube anyway, so would maybe look better

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    Anyone using a neat solution to mount your mini pump to your frame in a way that can quickly be moved about between bikes?

    I have a few different bikes and often forget to stick a pump in my jersey pocket when commuting. I know you can get mounts that go under bottle cages, but that's too much of a faff for me to move about between bikes. I'd love to find something that secures my lezyne mini pump somewhere on the frame, but can be moved between my bikes very quickly.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Just impulse-bought some Conti SportContacts on PlanetX on a total punt. What's the worst that could happen for £20? https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/TYCONSCII/­continental-sport-contact-ii-700c-wired-­tyre

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    I'm on a similar quest to yours. Curious to hear how you get on, and whether you find them for cheap anywhere. Cheapest I can find right now is £35 each on CRC.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Maybe up to 42 mm. It looked like you can also get bluemels in 42 mms width, but not sure they'll really keep me very dry if I'm running 35mm+ tyres?

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    Is there a go-to mudguard for larger than road tyres? I just bought a cyclocross bike, that comes with 35c knobbly tyres. I'm planning to stick some 28mm road rubber on it immediately to get me out on the road, but in the future I'll be sticking some wider gravel tyres on and would like to have mudguards that can accommodate everything, really.

    SKS Bluemels in 53?

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  • in Components, clothing and miscellany
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    Hmmm, depends how trusting you are of the postal service. I can wrap some cardboard around the hard case and arrange collection, but it's have to be at your cost and at your risk.

    Tom

  • in Components, clothing and miscellany
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    Start down to 70, includes the freebies mentioned above!

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