I find I can overload on biking stuff sometimes, and start looking elsewhere. I found quite an interesting documentary about restoring an old SAAF Shackleton and it’s subsequent doomed flight to the UK, all captured on film. Comes in two parts, and one hell of a story.
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- Mon Apr 06, 2020 10:00 am
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: Brake Disc has blue rings of Saturn. Normal or not.
- Replies: 27
- Views: 2141
I had an identical problem on the Explorer after attempting a DIY rear brake pad replacement. Following a plea for help on this forum, someone mentioned a sticking piston. The remedy was some lube and a screw driver to free up the said piston. Problem solved.
One of my mates who is a bit of a part time Radio DJ has set up an internet radio station in our town, although it’s more like a village really, and which a few of you might know as This Country. He broadcasts from his basement and really sounds quite professional considering the basic equipment he...
- Sun Apr 05, 2020 8:53 am
- Forum: TRAVEL
- Topic: Ferry bookings .... Refunds ??
- Replies: 144
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I’m just about to try and cancel three and a half grands worth of train tickets for a railway journey to Northern Italy via France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. Eleven different trains x four passengers. That’s going to be fun, as I’ve paid all up front. Vouchers are of no use as was to be a la...
- Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:18 pm
- Forum: ACCESSORIES
- Topic: Beware lomo shit panniers...
- Replies: 31
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I’m thinking of buying a pair of the Lomo 6.5ltr engine bar panniers, unless anyone knows better. Always like to carry picnic lunch stuff, including alpine stove, mug, kettle, water etc there, save disturbing the main luggage during the day.
Mine’s still Sorn as of last October. Not that I’m totally a fair weather rider these days, just been spending the last few winters down in southern Spain. Counting my lucky stars that we decided to return home in order to spend Christmas here this time.
One of my mates who is a bit of a part time Radio DJ has set up an internet radio station in our town, although it’s more like a village really, and which a few of you might know as This Country. He broadcasts from his basement and really sounds quite professional considering the basic equipment he ...