I got a Victorinox Classic Santoku with rosewood handle (so I'm not tempted to put it in the dishwasher!) a while back. It's really very good - very thin blade, light, easy to sharpen and nicely balanced.
Surly Ultra New or Paul Components are the easiest to find but not cheap. There's a trials bike hub that you can use too (Tartybikes?) But uses a splined cog rather than threaded. I think Mack will also make them too, but they're not on their website.
You can get the pins separately - I've just bought two sets for a couple of custom SAKs I want to put together. I paid $31 for six, delivered. They seem very nicely made.
Then found the cards and instructions for Creationary so tried to pull out all the right pieces so we can play it properly. Took 2 hours to find them, but it's definitely worth it.
Been getting sick of not being able to find the right bits in the piles of Lego so spent a few hours with the kids sorting it into several boxes: bricks, plates, wheels, angled bits, minifigs, etc. Much easier to build what we want now.
I did - was a lovely day out. Really enjoyed the two main climbs - I'd not been up the one from Redbrook before and it was a bit of a treat. I think we rode together briefly at the start - you were chatting to the guy on the Condor Tempo on the way to the bridge; I was riding with him on the fixed Cotic.
I'll take the Spyres if they're still available. Will PM now.
Looking for a 135mm fixed disc hub - Surly, Paul, Phil Wood, even one of the trials hubs might do. Anyone got one they want to move on? Ta.
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