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  • Premier Icon singletrackmag
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    Apologies in advance for any USA pricing. Hannah is on holiday and can’t figure out how to get UK websites to display on her laptop.

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    O say, can you see Fresh Goods Friday 597?

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    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    Mullet Cycles? Sure that name has popped up before.

    Oh yes, very entertaining 😀

    Another Sick! brand? Mullet Cycles

    Premier Icon comet
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    That Crud Cloth …
    For years I’ve taken a damp flannel in a tupperware box in the back of the car for winter rides. Damp the flannel with boiled water in the morning and you’ll have a warm cloth to wipe your face after riding.
    Only now have I learnt it is a branded thing and not just a damp flannel!

    Premier Icon goslow
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    I just saw “Free Beer”!

    Premier Icon tomparkin
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    Only now have I learnt it is a branded thing and not just a damp flannel!

    You could have made your fortune by now. Might have needed some more sophisticated branding than “not just a damp flannel” though.

    Premier Icon v7fmp
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    cheaper and less garish Pit Vipers available in all good hardware stores…

    https://www.carlroth.com/com/en/safety-glasses/safety-spectacles-511/p/cnh0.1

    Premier Icon lightfighter762
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    I tried to like the Pit Vipers but their lenses give me a headache. The mudslinger 🙁

    Premier Icon desperatebicycle
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    “not just a damp flannel”

    Haven’t such things been available for quite a while?

    Premier Icon snooze
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    Sly’s best three minutes?

    Possibly not……….

    Premier Icon tthew
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    Now I do try not to be one of the How Much? brigade, folks can splash the cash in whatever way they please, but it the price of that Magura torque rench isn’t a typo that’s redonkulous.

    Premier Icon joat
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    Flask of hot water and a small towel, very refreshing. Obviously you have to remember to take it with you but that’s the same with all kit. A lot more sustainable than a wet-wipe in a plastic bag.

    Premier Icon johnjn2000
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    Now I do try not to be one of the How Much? brigade, folks can splash the cash in whatever way they please, but it the price of that Magura torque rench isn’t a typo that’s redonkulous.

    I had to scroll back and check the price again, so mad! But I guess it gets your olives sorted…………………..

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    guess it gets your olives sorted

    I could be tempted by the $20 bit that has the cutout but reality is I’ve not had a problem using a spanner

    Premier Icon johnjn2000
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    but reality is I’ve not had a problem using a spanner

    I simply use cocktail sticks

    Premier Icon Ben_Haworth
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    @snooze I stand by my choice 🙂

    Premier Icon rootes1
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    @Matthew Hornby

    Magura tool… based on the bottom of the packet it is a rebranded CDI product (owned by Snap-On)

    https://www.protorquetools.com/2-8-nm-cdi-torqcontrol-adjustable-torque-wrench-tla28nm/

    catalogue page 103:
    https://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?m=53784&i=470827&p=16&ver=html5

    The CDI branded product is quite a bit cheaper! 54 bucks!

    Premier Icon 5plusn8
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    For some reason we were given a screenshot rather than a link to TOTW, WHY??? A firing squad offence in my book.
    Anyway here it is: https://singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/dt-swiss-xm1491-wheels/

    Premier Icon zx970
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    Yes, turning your bike upside-down is a heinous, nay egregious, crime. It marks you out as a rank beginner with no respect for your machine whatsoever. The sole exception is placing upside-down bikes across a trail to indicate an accident has happened. IMHO.

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