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    Looks like itís been torched and then had tractor tyres fitted [emoji16]
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    Iíve been really tempted with one of these, how is the build quality?
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    Some beautiful watches there, I really need to try a tv dial (?) omega, and that heuer is stunning.
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    Havenít been there for years, still looks lovely!
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    I think certain common models look amazing in blue (McQueen monaco , Aqua Terra, aerospace for example) and will always be popular. Iím also a sucker for blue (and orange!) on a watch so hope the...
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    Everywhere metal, but not discs, pads etc...

    Everywhere metal, but not discs, pads etc otherwise youíll have no brakes! A little goes a long way and it creeps so caution near tyres and brakes.


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    I was advised against these years ago because...

    I was advised against these years ago because they can trap moisture in and make things worse not better. ACF50 is your friend in winter, amazing stuff.
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    Watched the first episode and thought it was...

    Watched the first episode and thought it was pretty good. Love the book so I hope it continues to do it justice.
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    Thanks! Not sure how I didnít find that, but just ordered direct from them with some other bits [emoji4]
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    Thanks for that, looks ok but really want...

    Thanks for that, looks ok but really want something discrete that can be fitted and forgotten about!


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    P.S panniers and top box come off if not needed....

    P.S panniers and top box come off if not needed. I still prefer the look without, hence the need for some way to carry a puncture kit discretely in some other way [emoji4]
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    Good question: I try to go as much as possible on...

    Good question: I try to go as much as possible on mine to various meetings. Having the panniers on means I can leave trousers, boots, jacket and helmet on the bike. I get more riding in, but donít...
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    Thanks, the vario stuff is heavy but works for me...

    Thanks, the vario stuff is heavy but works for me as I ride a lot in traffic, and filtering is easier with them not expanded!
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    Here you go, thanks for the help!...

    Here you go, thanks for the help! https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190622/f12b04f815a8654076c1d4c171412b75.jpg
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    Question for the GS owners: can you recommend a...

    Question for the GS owners: can you recommend a tool bag to go somewhere on the bike (2017 GS TE, not adventure)? It only needs to be big enough to hold a puncture repair kit and possibly a disk...
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    Brilliant, that didnít last long [emoji16]! Does look lovely against that colour scheme.
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    Thanks for sharing, a great reason to go on a...

    Thanks for sharing, a great reason to go on a tour.
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    Glad you had a good time Spareparts! Loving the...

    Glad you had a good time Spareparts! Loving the can. Totally agree that 250 miles a day is about right to really enjoy it and avoid boring roads.
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    10 days in a big house in the south of France...

    10 days in a big house in the south of France with 3 other families, canít wait! Best bit is a mate and I are biking down, very understanding wives as weíre meeting them and the kids there [emoji16]
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    We bought a dyson v10 and itís brilliant. Yes they are expensive but work so well.
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    To be fair, she did it for a whole summer after I...

    To be fair, she did it for a whole summer after I had a back operation. That was pushing a big petrol mower to do our 1/3 of an acre.
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    I was interested in these, but mentioned it to my...

    I was interested in these, but mentioned it to my wife earlier and she pointed out that itís good exercise to push a mower. I guess that ideaís been vetoed [emoji4]
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    Interesting Gyp, still think itís solving for a problem thatís not really there. I do like manufacturers that push the boundaries though, and the engineering on that front end is something else.
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    Iím intrigued by it, but itís under-powered for the weight and very wide!
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    Saw this today on my first proper ride on the new...

    Saw this today on my first proper ride on the new GS- weirdest Ďbikeí Iíve seen in a while!

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