Liked On: 6th August 2012, 14:02
I isolated it for the reason stated, it was jerrymandering. The example you gave wasn't, both most of London and the former Middlesex being politically to the left. To say the Fares Fair policy...
Liked On: 1st August 2012, 16:16
Liked On: 24th July 2012, 10:08
Dyson moving his manufacturing to China made perfect economic sense. What makes his example particularly objectionable to many was the way he retained the very high British manufactured prices...
Liked On: 21st July 2012, 12:18
I'm sure it's ok to use, any noise that could cause damage would be very noisy and obvious and you wouldn't be in any doubt where it was coming from. Best to carry on using it and then if the noise...
Liked On: 19th July 2012, 10:45
Poor man`s shim = a coke or beer can cut with kitchen scissors. Does the jobb well , and nobody sees it.
Liked On: 14th July 2012, 22:33
Liked On: 13th July 2012, 20:52
Guys,I ride the Secret,am 6ft and long legs and find it comfortable but one of my employees is a sports cyclist and rides these folders with a different attitude,he wants the bike to feel like his...
Liked On: 12th July 2012, 19:33
The damn things are everywhere - commonly fitted to China sourced goods. I've had a couple of them here. BS 1363 Plugs and Sockets (http://www.bs1363.org.uk/) There's a useful illustration of them...
Liked On: 27th June 2012, 21:48
I got aset of the removable pedals but mainly to stop bashing them against my shins when moving the bike in confined spaces, but they are a bit of a deterrent too. They weren't too pricey from ebay,...
Liked On: 23rd June 2012, 06:53
Nah, couldn't be me, he's wearing a helmet! He must have thought it was the World Semi-Naked Bike Ride.
Liked On: 21st June 2012, 15:00
I agree the author has quite strong views and has obviously had bad experiences with racing saddles but to be fair he does invite comments to to left on his site. I only posted this link as he had...
Liked On: 15th June 2012, 20:10
Yep I have found that big fat comfort sadles are anything but in long run and the thin narrow ones that look uncomfortable are after getting used to far better especially on longer trips. I think...
Liked On: 11th June 2012, 14:38
Yes Flecc/Mussells; cynicism is a useful tool when operating on ebay. Fortunately, one can ask questions and make judgements accordingly. There is an excellent dispute procedure in place via ebay...
Liked On: 5th May 2012, 18:57
Liked On: 5th January 2012, 09:01
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