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ajh4446 BikeParkWales's article
Oct 7, 2015 at 4:48
Oct 7, 2015
News: ENVE and FOX Partner with Bikepark Wales to Launch National Demo Centre
Of course they are..... but my point was about insurance, as you can get with any car rental..... Things happen, and parts do break. We all know that as mountain bikers. I'm sure (a lot of) people could afford the cost of rental, but the cost of compulsory purchase might be a little harder.
ajh4446 BikeParkWales's article
Oct 7, 2015 at 4:15
Oct 7, 2015
News: ENVE and FOX Partner with Bikepark Wales to Launch National Demo Centre
I saw this a couple of days ago. My first thought was 'what happens if I brake a wheel?' Obviously they are amazingly strong, but things happen, and someone testing a wheelset for £70, to then be lumped with that cost could be an issue. The same goes for the fork / shock rental. Will there be insurance for example, like you get when you rent a car? Still a great idea!!
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Sep 11, 2015 at 11:42
Sep 11, 2015
ajh4446 mikelevy's article
Sep 11, 2015 at 1:08
Sep 11, 2015
Pinkbike Poll: Have You Had Your Bike Stolen?
I had two bikes stolen, but your poll didn't allow me to select exactly what happened. Bikes stolen, some parts returned. Bike thief's know the high value of bikes. Or more correctly the high value of the parts, and strip them down for their near untraceable parts, to be sold on auction sites or markets at their real 2nd hand value, without the worry of 'hot' items forcing them to reduce prices. I have had 2 bikes stolen, both high personal value, and both to my knowledge stripped down. I even managed to get some of the parts returned. I ended up doing a dissertation on this sort of crime, and the reality, at least in my case, is that it was a business for these then 14/15 year olds. They could make in a Thursday (steal Thursday night, collect from hide and strip Friday, sell on Saturday at market) what most others their age would take a few months to do. Without the worry of drug charges for example. Bikes are only now becoming an area of concern for police forces, and so it was easy pickings with slim chance of getting caught, and even if so, very minimal if any charges. Steal a car. Every part is traceable, and can only be sold to a very specific person with that model car. Steal a bike, and the buy/sell page will show that there are a lot of potential buyers, with only the frame with any noticeable markings. For anyone interested, below is the link for my stolen bikes:
ajh4446 fraserbritton's article
Aug 28, 2015 at 2:31
Aug 28, 2015
Randoms Round Four - Eurobike 2015
Far better solution that I have been using. Tie a cable to long piece of dental floss. Thread the dental floss into the frame then attach a hoover (other vacuum cleaners are available) and suck the dental floss to where you want it to exit. Pull the floss attached to the cable and job done :)
Aug 10, 2015 at 8:31
Aug 10, 2015
ajh4446 FreehubMag's article
Aug 4, 2015 at 3:56
Aug 4, 2015
Video: The Cascadia National Enduro Championships in Port Angeles
1:13 - a Yellow Evil the Following. Anyone know if this is custom / team specific / future colour?
Aug 3, 2015 at 7:55
Aug 3, 2015
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Aug 3, 2015
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