- Puts new-build back in cellar & emits much choice anglo saxon……
Picture the scene….
Man buys Shiney New Things.
Takes a while to strip old steed bike and put together the Shiney New One.
A window of opportunity opens to make final tweaks & go ride, for an hour, whilst the sun is out.
Puts riding gear on.
Gets bike out. Applies help-tape.
Last job – adjust brakes.
Rear – fine.
Front – needs a tweak.
Test – it spins, freely.
Man goes to ‘nip-up’ the nuts and go ride 🙂
Cup and cone washer collapses.
Man not happy….
Oh, well….. passing close to Merlin tomorrow – will ring and see if they have spares…Posted 5 years agobrattySubscriber
Looks like we have a bike stalker on here who can remember not only your bike but whether you have cup and cone or sealed bearing hubs
‘Hmm marsdenmann, from the noise it makes, if I were you, I’d grease your headset very soon… and your saddle smells* funny too’
*poss also tastes funnyPosted 5 years ago
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