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OllieBuck RichardCunningham's article
Mar 31, 2017 at 14:41
Mar 31, 2017
RIP Mike Hall - British Endurance Racing Legend
What a loss, he was an inspiration to us all, RIP but keep on spinning. I have often asked myself similar questions on long climbs, 'what would Mike Hall do?' Keep bloody pedalling that's what.
OllieBuck RichardCunningham's article
Sep 16, 2016 at 15:38
Sep 16, 2016
Garbaruk Xtender for Shimano XT 11-speed Cassettes - Review
@IllestT: Be fair oval chain rings in the 90's were clocked 90deg the other way which was nuts, completely different concept to what modern ovals are doing.
OllieBuck shimano's article
Sep 16, 2016 at 15:24
Sep 16, 2016
Components of Adventure: Scotland with Vanderham and Hunter
@martn: 2nd that... We have an amazing resource in the ordnance survey in the UK. With a bit of time looking at maps and some research online you can plan some amazing multi day rides in Scotland. Everything has been ridden before so you can find someone's trip report / GoPro footage online. Right to roam (responsibly) and the wild camping (responsibly) attached to it are a triumph of forward thinking access law. With a conservative estimates on daily mileages you have time to play with if things go wrong and if you use bivvies / bothies (another amazing aspect of Scotland, Mountain Bothies Association is a charity that relies on donations) then you can change your plans to suit conditions. Transport links are pretty damn good up there and bike friendly, sleeper trains / coaches mean if you live down South you can leave Friday night, be riding at 0600 in the hills, have your own mini epic and with a Sun night overnight train be back at work Mon morning (maybe a bit smelly). Oh and did I mention tickets for sleeper seats can be had for £35 each way. If you can borrow the kit you need an adventure can be had for less than £150 and that includes a dinner while you wait for your train home. Scotland ... the best thing about living in the UK.
OllieBuck paulaston's article
Sep 13, 2016 at 15:23
Sep 13, 2016
OllieBuck RichardCunningham's article
Aug 16, 2016 at 14:17
Aug 16, 2016
Bike Yoke Cable Conversion for Reverb Dropper Posts
@Sacki: I like it, good work, take my money http://www.mtb-mag.com/en/introducing-the-bikeyoke-revive-dropper-post/
OllieBuck RichardCunningham's article
Aug 16, 2016 at 14:16
Aug 16, 2016
Bike Yoke Cable Conversion for Reverb Dropper Posts
BikeYokes brand new dropper ... too slow pinkbike, beat you to it. http://www.mtb-mag.com/en/introducing-the-bikeyoke-revive-dropper-post/
Selling
Aug 16, 2016 at 13:28
Aug 16, 2016

26" Front Wheel - Sunringle BlackFlag Pro 15x100mm

$45 GBP
26" Front Wheel - Sunringle BlackFlag Pro - 15mm x 100mm - Internal rim width 19mm Used front wheel with some scuffs and scratches but in good condition. The worst two are pictured, cosmetic damage only, no structural damage. True to within 1mm radial, 1mm lateral. Brand new bearings replaced with a proper press so running smooth with no play. Tubeless ready (not UST) valve included. Rim tape is showing some wear as pictured (rest of tape is fine) but the wheel still seals up airtight, you may want to replace it in the future. 24 hole, 3 cross lace (you only see 2 crossings because not j-bend spokes) with Straight pull spokes, alloy nipples. 6-bolt disc pattern (bolts included). I have a few old discs so if you need one let me know what size and I may be able to include for an extra £5. I also have loads of tyres from XC to DH, again let me know what you need and I'll see if I can do you a deal. This wheel is from a wheel set, I have the rear hub 135mm x QR, spokes and nipples but the rim was knackered so went in the bin. I can include these (extra £15) if you want to rebuild the wheel with a new rim to make a wheelset. Postage within UK will cost you £15 on top of what we agree for wheel. I work in London most Saturday's but live in Winchester and ride Swinley, Tidworth, Surrey Hills, Puddletown and Portland so can do local pickup or delivery within reason and if not too far from my commute / drive. Payment by PayPal only to protect you and me! Feel free to make me an offer.

Aug 16, 2016 at 13:06
Aug 16, 2016
Selling
Aug 16, 2016 at 11:05
Aug 16, 2016

26" Front - ZTR Crest on Superstar hub 20mm x 110mm

$50 GBP
26" Front Wheel - ZTR Crest on Superstar hub - Internal rim width 21mm This wheel has had light use (Girlfriends trail bike), it has a some scuffs and scratches but in good condition. The worst two are pictured, cosmetic damage only, no structural damage. True to within 1/2mm radial, 1mm lateral. Bearings running smooth with no play, very little use on this wheel. Tubeless ready (not UST) valve included. 32 hole, 3 cross lace with J-bend spokes, alloy nipples. 6-bolt disc pattern (bolts included). I have a few old discs so if you need one let me know what size and I may be able to include for an extra £5. I also have loads of tyres from XC to DH, again let me know what you need and I'll see if I can do you a deal. This wheel is from a wheel set, I have the rear hub 135mm x 10mm bolt through (32h), spokes and nipples but the rim was knackered so went in the bin. I can include these (extra £15) if you want to rebuild the wheel with a new rim to make a wheelset. Postage within UK will cost you £15 on top of what we agree for wheel. I work in London most Saturday's but live in Winchester and ride Swinley, Tidworth, Surrey Hills, Puddletown and Portland so can do local pickup or delivery within reason and if not too far from my commute / drive. Payment by cash (if collecting in person) or PayPal if you need the item delivered to protect you and me. Feel free to make me an offer.

OllieBuck mikelevy's article
Aug 5, 2016 at 13:43
Aug 5, 2016
Stranger than Fiction - Opinion
@groghunter: nah it's just Sam the caveman or Steve French string out on weed
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