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Genesis Equilibrium Disc 20

rollemynotrollemynot Posts: 436
edited November 2017 in Your road bikes
Already posted in Steel cos it's real thread.... but I wanted it to have its own thread (vain I know)

But I love my new wet/winter bike so much it has been out in all weathers :-)

Stock at the moment, love my Charge spoons so that will be the only change plus some mud guards for the winter

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  • I liked your bike.
    Would you show us the pump more closely? It's very clever to do that I think.
  • rollemynotrollemynot Posts: 436
    edited August 2017
    Dethagorf wrote:
    I liked your bike.
    Would you show us the pump more closely? It's very clever to do that I think.

    On the elastic holders underneath the saddle bag, only a temp measure whilst I swap the bag between bikes and get an extra pump. Fine in the dry bit it will get blasted in the wet/winter weather...
  • smokey_baconsmokey_bacon Posts: 1,639
    Thats really nice. Like it alot.
  • Grant2307Grant2307 Posts: 135
    I have my pump I need to mount it like that I think ha
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  • velogeevelogee Posts: 133
    Love these. Would def consider one if I was in the market, although they are a little pricey
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  • velogee wrote:
    Love these. Would def consider one if I was in the market, although they are a little pricey

    At retail yes... picked this up for only £932 from Swinnerton Cycles, I think that is great value
  • velogee wrote:
    Love these. Would def consider one if I was in the market, although they are a little pricey

    Mine was £575 :D
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  • velogee wrote:
    Love these. Would def consider one if I was in the market, although they are a little pricey

    Mine was £575 :D

    Spill the beans mate...
  • bmxboy10bmxboy10 Posts: 1,908
    Helmetberg wrote:
    velogee wrote:
    Love these. Would def consider one if I was in the market, although they are a little pricey

    Mine was £575 :D

    Spill the beans mate...
    He bought it off me!
  • All ready for winter...


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  • Dealt with mud, salt and cow poo... well deserved wash and shine!!

    Never knew mud guards would be so enjoyable

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  • dj58dj58 Posts: 2,184
    I like the fact that you haven't bent the front mudguard stays in order to get everything lined up, though the lower one is a tad too long and requires trimming. What brand/model are they?
  • DJ58 wrote:
    I like the fact that you haven't bent the front mudguard stays in order to get everything lined up, though the lower one is a tad too long and requires trimming. What brand/model are they?

    Thanks, they are the venerable SKS Chromoplastics... yes I know it needs a trim, but my hacksaw was that blunt I couldn’t face removing and trimming again. Maybe do it in the spring when they come off.
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