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Gravel bike build – £100 Budget custom bike

Gravel bike you say? The idea of playing around with a fat-tire, go anywhere, drop handlebar Gravel bike has always appealed to me. The idea of a bike that can be equally at home on the daily commute and the rough bike trail is something of legendary status because the two disciplines are so drastically different. There must be a …

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Rise from the splashes – A Dawes Kingpin refurb

The Kingpin. Have you ever seen a shoe by the side of the road and wondered how it got there? Ever wondered how the person who lost that shoe, had fled the vicinity? Hopping, limping? I wonder about these things a lot, like how come a pair of shoes is worth £50 but just one shoe is worthless? But that …

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Why?

Am I a cyclist because I ride my bike ? or do I ride my bike because I am a cyclist? When was the last time you asked yourself why you do the things that you do? The answer to this profound cycle-ogical question could put the fun back in the bike Living in the city and working a high …

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Tri troubles – Gulf news – Jan 15

The original article can be found here – Gulf News  So you are hitting all of your training goals, smashing personal bests and destroying your local Strava segments. You are as at home in the water as an otter and have been issued speeding tickets whilst on your morning run. But one thing could be holding you back. It is …

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The Justification games.

The ratio of bike ownership is, as we all know by now N+1, Where N= the number of bikes already owned and the +1 is whatever you can dream up. The best bike justification I have ever heard was “Do I already own one? if not, then I should get one.” Thanks to Bruce for that. This eagerness to find …