DARWEN MOOR – WARNING
more recent than my examplePosted 5 years agoglobaltiMember
Ha ha, I have ridden the Cape Argus race in Cape Town in the last 3 years and last year I punctured just in a Cape Coloured area. As soon as I stopped I found myself in the middle of a small crowd of coloured lads who wanted to help me change my tyre; the old inner tube disappeared and shortly afterwards I saw a lad walking around with about a dozen inner tubes around his neck. Turns out they scatter tacks on the road in the certain knowledge that a fair number of the 32,000 riders will puncture on their street, giving them a fresh supply of inner tubes for use as catapaults or whatever they do with them….Posted 5 years ago
A couple of us were out riding Darwen Moor last night, my mate got front and rear flats, thinking this a bit unlikely, I backtracked and found a lenght of wood, buried in the mud at 678209, with a double row of nails sticking out to about 1″.Posted 5 years ago
Be careful out there, a minor inconveinince to MTBers, I dread to think what would happen to a kid, dog or horse.
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