I always use a drip oiler, normally set to a robust flow, so it washes grit & dirt out as well as lubricating.
I barely have to adjust the chain, until very near the end of it's life (Normally around 22-25k miles)
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- Mon Aug 03, 2020 11:00 am
- Forum: FOR SALE - WANTED
- Topic: Peli Case 1600 - £100
- Replies: 1
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Hi All, Have a Peli Case 1600 for sale. It'll come with some foam, but it's cut to shape for some very specific kit - the top & bottom layers are solid though. Collection only from Huntingdonshire as its massive!! £100 https://i.imgur.com/pvEOJzy.jpg https://i.imgur.com/R5w5o6U.jpg https://i.imgur.c...
- Tue Apr 28, 2020 10:22 am
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: Time to promote powered two wheelers
- Replies: 15
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As someone that's spent the last 20 years doing a 110 mile round trip commute into London, I'd rather other bikers stayed at home!! :lol: It's bad enough in Summer when the bus lanes & other gaps that have been free all winter are suddenly full of people who either have no idea how wide their bikes ...
I'm wondering if this is the "Phoney Lockdown" period. There'll be a bit of confusion & people will continue to take the piss. But the powers that be are quietly putting the infrastructure in place behind the scenes. In a week or 2, it'll get a bit more "official" & won't be so easy to flout - that'...