Check out Waitrose cheap ass pies, they’re pretty good... Asda’s aren’t bad either. Gonna grab some Morrison’s this week as a comparison to see what ones are best... dairy free are usually good but you need to get through a few to work out which ones are best
I’m looking into getting one... new frames early Jan apparently
Wow, not seen this thread for ages... hope you’re all well and good... and staying vegan ;)
Not sure if any of you are into Franco Manca, but on a recent visit to their Brighton branch, I noticed that all their wines are now clearly marked vegan which is great and I can confirm that Infinity Foods sourdough is still the best I’ve ever had.
Be prepared to have to wear celeste if you buy a Bianchi... it's the law!!!
I’ll pm you later if that’s cool
After nearly 17 years in the same job, freelance is the way forward for me at the moment... folio is up and running which was great to work on as I’ve always had an old school A2 portfolio that I dragged to an interview when I had one. Good thing for me is that I’ve got way more contacts now than I had years ago, so they’ve all got my new cv and know that I’m up for work... I’ve been working on some logos for a local company that hopefully might lead to more work and I’ve started working on some T shirt designs that I’ll look into getting printed.
Glad you’ve got yourself sorted out @tb and you’re right, keeping a bit of faith is something that you need to do.
Anyone had any experience with Rondo?
I was made redundant at the end of September along with what seems like half the company... at the moment I'm not in panic mode as I'm being proactive in starting my own thing and joining sites for freelance etc. There seems to be quite a bit out there for what I do (graphic design) but being in my old job has kinda made me a bit more specialised in a certain area, and there's not loads of what I do out there right now... I did walk away with a nice payout as I'd been there so long, but I feel bad for some of my old colleagues that prolly got fuck all for their troubles.
I haven't read through all the pages so I'm not sure whats been said... for me it's good to stay positive and don't worry if you get knocked back for a job, it's happened to me already after a month of trying and at least I got a second interview... things are sent to test us, we need to rise above the shit and say fuck it
That might be the one that’s just been knocked down... all the pubs in Hadleigh are slightly dodgy... and slightly shit
That is truly scary
If sharks could design bikes
Got the fiver and again, thanks for being honest Rog
Hey Rog, yea that’s fine with me... thanks for being honest... tbh, I don’t ride with a whole load of float myself.
Cash sent, thanks fella!
I’ll take these... pm incoming
Might be interested in the wheels but can’t make out what version they are.
Afternoon all, I've got a brand new and un-used Apple magic keyboard for sale. Blurb from Apple below:
Magic Keyboard combines a sleek design with a built-in rechargeable battery and enhanced key features. With a stable scissor mechanism beneath each key, as well as optimized key travel and a low profile, Magic Keyboard provides a remarkably comfortable and precise typing experience. It pairs automatically with your Mac, so you can get to work right away. And the battery is incredibly long-lasting — it will power your keyboard for about a month or more between charges.
Comes in original box with Lightning to USB Cable.
Retails at £99... yours for £70 plus p&p
Thanks for looking
Photobucket are being knobs, so it's one of these
This would work better in the FOR SALE section ;)
Don't suppose anyone is in the market for a magic keyboard? I'm not a fan of the smaller version so it's surplus to requirements.
PM me if you are. Thanks.
What a beaut
As ever, if anyone is selling a 54 blah blah blah, let me know please
Interesting... I’ve been in touch with Soma and the distributors direct and they’ve both suggested a 54 as I’m going to using it for wood and forest trails etc, might be worth me getting to Seabass and seeing one in the flesh/trying one for size and then going from there.
Yokozuna brakes are on the list... they look great and at a damn good price as well. Thinking carbon forks up front as well with a set of hunt 4 seasons
I’m the same height as you and I’d be using drops. I’m looking for something a bit more upright I guess, hence the thought process in going for the 54 with the shorter top tube and reach... saying that, the reach between the 54 and 56 isn’t that different, so it might be worth looking into the Double Cross which is a more upright position.
After some advice on sizing if anyone can help... on paper I should be going for 56 but they seem to be quite long in the top tube department with a reach that’s not far off my road bike (which is a 57). My old cross bike had a 555 top tube with about a reach of 385 which was perfect... should I be looking at the 54 high has a shorter top tube and a reach of 391? The Double Cross looks great as well but the distro hasn’t got my size in. Plus anyone using cable disk brakes over hydraulic?
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