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Brameses

Member since Apr 2013 • Last active May 2022

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    ah ok, so you could have it slammed in +mudguards u reckon?

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    All the pics of FXE with mudguards have the wheel quite far back in the dropouts...is the brake bridge the limiting factor there? Has anyone got an FXE with the rear wheel tight in the dropouts? Quite fancy an FXE but hate the huge gap between seattube and rear wheel!

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    hello, ive got a bike which is a mix of record, chorus and maybe some centaur, but i cannot place these levers, any help is greatly appreciated!

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    Ha! It has been indeed! I read that lufthansa dont accept boxes somewhere but im going to ring tomorrow and see if i can get a straight answer. If cardboard boxes are ok, thats deffo the plan!

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    Just a quick q about the decathlon bag, does it pack down to normal luggage size (when empty obvs)? If, for example you just wanted to bring a bike one-way then it would only count as oversized/bike one way and regular hold luggage the other?

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    keen for a ride, maybe next week? grav or road. did a super nice route around bad sarrow the other week, its lush around there and bad sarrow itself is pretty wild

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    If your looking for gravel, and some decent road routes I think Komoot is a pretty good bet, lots of stuff appearing on there and the Orbit routes are pretty good. CXberlin is also great, he's also been organising some 'Grevet' rides too: https://cxberlin.com/

    Im not sure what the rules are as I think they changed again this week re. meeting up but would be keen on doing some more rides either road or grav.

  • in Classifieds
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    it could very well be a freight forwarding sticker, as I believe that is what is happening at the moment. but it all seems a nightmare at the moment and i think a permanent structure is being put in place for the UK.

  • in Classifieds
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    bikester are indeed internetstores. everything comes from stuttgart but we have been working super hard to get stuff to the UK quickly with the help of a third party company that is dealing with brexit border shit. there is no arm in the UK yet but it is being worked on afaik. source - I work for internetstores!

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