I use leg warmers (Endura Thermolite) along with shorts (Endura MT500 mk2) in winter. Plenty of leg warmers that are splash proof. If it rains heavily I’ve got a cheap pair of basically plastic overtrousers to wear.
@AndyP wrote:@glasgowdan wrote: I’d have managed it, enjoyed it and probably crashed a lot! Its taking disturbed to a whole new level when crashing a lot is enjoyable. Regarding the rest of your point, the SES has no long term… Read more»
@boardinbob wrote:@glasgowdan wrote: less competent people :wave: C’mon Dan, stop pussy footing around. Say what you mean; we’re all sh*t and you’re not. I love insight and critique from people that weren’t even there. Always the most valuable. how does… Read more»
@boardinbob wrote: I eat organic whenever possible (Sainsbury’s has the best selection of organic stuff in my experience). Lots of debate on whether or not it’s better or worse. I’m no scientist, but as a really simple example, non-organic fruit… Read more»
@druidh wrote:Isn’t there a problem in that most 3+ year old bikes will have straight steerers? my 6 year old ghost ASX plus has a tappered head tube – put a works components -1.5 headset on it and it made… Read more»
@nobeerinthefridge wrote:Madison addict is spot on budget wise, and gets great reviews too. Their kit is great now, nice enduro bright colours for the pictures :green: and they have a great warranty – any stitching or other stuff goes, as… Read more»
I use uberbike inner and outers but bought them on their own rather than the pack as its cheaper and I already have all the bits and bobs to attach to the cables. I find them better than the standard… Read more»