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- Sun Jan 20, 2019 7:57 pm
- Forum: WE LOVE PICS
- Topic: A photo you took, today
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This was actually taken a few days back but who’s counting. 074AE366-16A0-4B93-AEEA-1450E6D1E7A9.jpeg In the foreground, my bike and all our kit cling-filmed to a tea tray. That’s how it was flown over the Darien Gap. It worked perfectly. Behind, two similar bikes on a double tea tray. do you have ...
- Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:48 am
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: tubless tyre repair which kit string or mushroom
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I have used the sticky strings to very good effect 3 or 4 times on conventional road tyres and attempted to use a tiptop kit once and failed but it was very old so the rubbers were difficult to work. Not tried the mushrooms but can highly recommend the strings.
- Wed Jan 16, 2019 6:30 pm
- Forum: TRAVEL GEAR
- Topic: Tyvek ultralite groundsheet?
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dabbled a bit last year with the tarp only wild camping but had no groundsheet arrangement so have been looking at this material Tyvek ultralite to try and create a custom sized "groundsheet", colour not too stealthy I agree, its for sale on the bay for this purpose . Looking for the obvious propert...
look at GPX Editor use it quite a bit myself. Interested in the problem you had with BC if I lost my files from it I would be more than a little peeved. Someone recommended to me once if your GPS unit is working well enough for you stay away from the updates maps or otherwise so have done and the sa...
Another vote for the Montana series here discoverer/OS maps for UK and as mentioned OSM open source maps for elswhere I found it quite hard work myself gaining a practical ability with montana/different maps(mapsets)/basecamp but if you like/need a bit of structure to a trail trip I have'nt seen a b...