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StephanosStephanos Posts: 21
edited September 2010 in Your road bikes
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  • freehubfreehub Posts: 4,258
    Wrong side of bike :lol:
  • bazbadgerbazbadger Posts: 553
    I'm bored of the chainset side. Nice to have the 'dark side' for a change.

    Nice stand by the way, thinking about getting one - work as well as they look?
    Mens agitat molem
  • BunnehBunneh Posts: 1,329
    I'm actually more interested in what the PC games are :lol:
  • freehubfreehub Posts: 4,258
    He has a PC?


















    What are you pc specs, are you a mac or Windows user?
  • LagavulinLagavulin Posts: 1,742
    freehub wrote:
    He has a PC?
    Those white and yellow jewel cases on the left look like SoldOut software range. Think they were/are mostly PC. I have Grand Prix Legends and a couple of other lesser titles from them.
  • Nice stand by the way, thinking about getting one - work as well as they look?
    Works really well actually. No drilling required or anything like that. Holds the road bike really well.
    Wrong side of bike
    Full Ultegra so...nothing you haven't seen before :D
    He has a PC?
    I am an Engineer and structural design software packages never work on Macs (even though you could get the Mac to work in a Windows environment). I hate Windows, but I like the fact that I can open up that tower case and change RAM, graphics card etc etc.

    Have another wrong sided pic:)
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  • rolf_frolf_f Posts: 16,015
    Lagavulin wrote:
    I have Grand Prix Legends and a couple of other lesser titles from them.

    Was there ever a better driving sim than GPL. I was quite good at that 8)
    Faster than a tent.......
  • rakerake Posts: 3,281
    get that pump off the frame. otherwise very very nice.
  • You're right. Took off the saddle-bag the other day to clean it, and the bike looked much better without it. I think the pump is going to go as well.
  • FIAT = Fabricato Italiano Automobili Torino

    Impressed?
  • Robert456Robert456 Posts: 103
    Purely practical, where should you put the pump on a ride? At least where it is can't be seen from the drive side.
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    Robert456 wrote:
    Purely practical, where should you put the pump on a ride? At least where it is can't be seen from the drive side.

    Jersey pocket...
  • Damo66Damo66 Posts: 59
    FIAT = Fabricato Italiano Automobili Torino

    Impressed?

    Thought it was Fix It Again Tomorrow
    :lol
  • Robert456Robert456 Posts: 103
    NapoleonD wrote:
    Robert456 wrote:
    Purely practical, where should you put the pump on a ride? At least where it is can't be seen from the drive side.

    Jersey pocket...
    ...tube, repair kit, tyre levers, wallet, phone, mini tool, how big are your jersey pockets to get the pump in as well?
  • Robert456Robert456 Posts: 103
    Damo66 wrote:
    FIAT = Fabricato Italiano Automobili Torino

    Impressed?

    Thought it was Fix It Again Tomorrow
    :lol

    Ha, ha, just like Lotus 'lots of trouble usually serious'!
  • freehubfreehub Posts: 4,258
    NapoleonD wrote:
    Robert456 wrote:
    Purely practical, where should you put the pump on a ride? At least where it is can't be seen from the drive side.

    Jersey pockets'...

    Are for food...
  • Robert456 wrote:
    NapoleonD wrote:
    Robert456 wrote:
    Purely practical, where should you put the pump on a ride? At least where it is can't be seen from the drive side.

    Jersey pocket...
    ...tube, repair kit, tyre levers, wallet, phone, mini tool, how big are your jersey pockets to get the pump in as well?

    Jersey Pocket is correct as long as its not your track pump.
    Tube - okay.
    Repair kit - why? if you have changed one and burst another either borrow from a mate or call the wife.
    Tire Levers - Tire Lever.
    Wallet - are you going shopping? :D
    Phone - okay.
    Mini Tool - don't you trust your maintenance? :D
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