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09-09-2015, 17:15   #61
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combination front and rear helmet light

all follows my gabba purchase of a couple of weeks back and rollers i bought from here yesterday

Who's been a good boy then
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09-09-2015, 18:09   #63
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Who's been a good boy then
after a year of being proud of spending almost nothing my spending has coincided with me spending a lot more time on the bike recently. a pair of winter bib tights in the next few weeks should see me right for the year

edit...got home to find i'd left something off yesterday's order so winter bib tights now in the post too

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tax man, you've the wild atlantic way on its way to you
I've a bad habit of building a bike or re-cabling a bike and forgetting to install frame protectors on the outer housing. These little gizmos let me put some protection on any of my bikes without having to undo any cables.
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10-09-2015, 08:49   #69
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Not in the post but just arrived, Hugh Halpin's book Leisure Cycling Near Dublin http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0...=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 with routes in Fingal, Meath, Wicklow, Kildare and Louth. Looking forward to working my way through it. Though his cycling times are for someone fitter than me; the first route, the Fairy Castle Pub Crawl, goes from Marlay Park to the Lamb Doyle's, Ticknock Forest, Glencullen and back around in a circle using the R116 in (hah!) two-and-a-half hours. I suspect my time would be double that!
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Looking for good bib tights but us ladies don't get such a good selection as the men. I also have a Castelli Gabba jacket on my "want really badly but can't afford" list
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Winter gloves

Looking for good bib tights but us ladies don't get such a good selection as the men. I also have a Castelli Gabba jacket on my "want really badly but can't afford" list
I think Lidl have laydeez bibz at the moment. Dunno if they're good or bad.
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First set of clipless pedals and shoes. Don't let me down with your next day delivery CRC, I want to be doing comedy slow motion falls on Saturday...
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First set of clipless pedals and shoes. Don't let me down with your next day delivery CRC, I want to be doing comedy slow motion falls on Saturday...
I've ordered quite a few things from CRC and never been let down on their next day delivery promise. You should be good! They must have a warehouse here in Ireland somewhere?!
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I've ordered quite a few things from CRC and never been let down on their next day delivery promise. You should be good! They must have a warehouse here in Ireland somewhere?!
I have, a couple of times, albeit a few years ago. Just being inpatient this time and want them in time to fit tomorrow evening for my saturday morning spin (assuming I've got the sizing right on the shoes of course).
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