danielgroves

I am a Web Applications Development student at Plymouth University, Photographer, Music Lover and Mountain Biker.

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danielgroves danielgroves's article
May 8, 2016 at 7:59
May 8, 2016
danielgroves danielgroves's article
May 8, 2016 at 7:59
May 8, 2016
Eurovelo 2016, 4500km Charity Cycle Ride
Thanks! Going to be hard work but totally worth it :-)
Added 1 photo to Eurovelo-Post
Apr 27, 2016 at 13:01
Apr 27, 2016
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danielgroves MAXXCHADD's photo
Jan 18, 2014 at 5:13
Jan 18, 2014
Could've cleaned the dust off.

Added 14 photos to FS-Specialised-Secteur-Triple
Aug 4, 2013 at 4:56
Aug 4, 2013
Selling
Aug 4, 2013 at 4:53
Aug 4, 2013

Specialised Secteur Triple

$400 GBP
58cm. Very good condition, a few marks which I've tried my best to capture in the photographs. Gave a service before I took the pictures. Bearings are smooth, no play I could notice anywhere and all silky smooth still. Looking for £400 ono, you can pickup from Bath or I can post at your cost. Sales blurb: Roubaix-inspired Endurance Road geometry, FACT carbon fork with vibration-absorbing Zertz, and shaped tube sets make the Specialized Secteur Triple 2012 Road Bike stable, smooth, and efficient. Lightweight, A1 Premium Aluminium double-butted frame with smooth welds and integrated headset has S-shaped seatstays for vertical compliance and an efficient ride. Reliable new Espoir 25c road tyre with double BlackBelt puncture protection for stability and durability during high-mileage riding. Forged aluminium, dual Teflon-pivot brakes are light and reliable. Lightweight FACT carbon fork provides precise steering through tight turns, with Zertz inserts to absorb road chatter. Sturdy and fast-rolling Alex rims with 32 holes. Never miss a critical shift with Shimano 2300 STI shifters. Frame: Specialized A1 Premium Aluminium, fully manipulated tubing, smooth weld, compact design, integrated headset, rack eyelets Fork: Specialized FACT carbon legs, alloy crown/steerer, Zertz inserts Front Derailleur: Shimano 2300 Rear Derailleur: Shimano 2300 Number of Gears: 24 Shifters: Shimano 2300 STI Chainset: Shimano 2300 triple Bottom Bracket: Cr-Mo axle, 68mm x 113mm Cassette: Shimano HG-50, 8-speed, 13-26t Chain: KMC Z-51 nickel plate Front Brake: Tektro forged alloy, dual Teflon-pivot Rear Brake: Tektro forged alloy, dual Teflon-pivot Handlebars: Specialized Comp, alloy, shallow bend Stem: Alloy, CP bolt,12-degree, 31.8mm Headset: 1-1/8" sealed Cr-Mo cartridge bearings integrated with headset, 20mm alloy cone spacer, with 20mm of spacers Grips: Specialized Roubaix wrap with 2.5 gel pads Rims: Alex S480, 32h Front Hub: Forged aluminium, sealed bearing, QR, 32h Rear Hub: Forged aluminium, double-sealed, cassette, QR, 32h Spokes: Stainless 14g Front Tyre: Specialized Espoir Sport with double BlackBelt, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700×25c Rear Tyre: Specialized Espoir Sport with double BlackBelt, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700×25c Tubes: Lightweight, presta Saddle: Body Geometry Riva Plus Secteur Seatpost: New Specialized Sport, alloy, 27.2mm Seat Binder:Alloy, 31.8mm Weight: 10.59kg (23.3lbs) approx for the 56cm size, with pedals (built). (PLEASE NOTE: Weight is approximate and is provided by Evans Cycles as a guide only, actual weight may vary due to manufacturing processes and other factors)

danielgroves 's article
Jun 11, 2013 at 12:27
Jun 11, 2013
Plymouth University
I'm not posting this to get into any arguments, but I want to make one simple point. "i couldn't care less if u picked up a shovel once n moved a bit of dirt!!!!! i don't believe for a second u have! sorry dude ur just too young. " Sorry, I've witnessed not only Tim, but many members of the clubs pick up many shovels and move many pieces of dirt, resulting in many trails being in much better condition than they previously were and new trails being built. "if your are building out of the designated area this needs to stop NOW!!!" Club members all know where they're allowed to build, and where they're not. We all understand respect the rules. We all obey the rules. Thats all I'll post here, if you're not happy with the truth, then I'll leave you to claim we're "too young" to pickup a shovel.
danielgroves TimYO's article
Jun 6, 2013 at 2:57
Jun 6, 2013
Plymouth University
Can you link me to that route Rich? Might use it to add some miles into the commute when I don't want to do too much. Also, traffic lights piss me off :P
danielgroves TimYO's article
Jun 1, 2013 at 13:30
Jun 1, 2013
Plymouth University
It would be better with you Steph and Jen back, but hey we can't have it all. I'm back in the Shire in a month, will give you a shout then so we can go do something :)
danielgroves TimYO's article
May 31, 2013 at 11:50
May 31, 2013
Plymouth University
Well said, probably one of the best groups of people you could meet make up the club as it currently stands as well. This can only get better next year!
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