Jason

  • Jason replied to the topic Looking at going road tubeless… in the forum Bike Forum 1 day ago

    I have ridden just under 10k miles on two different road bikes, both with tubeless tyres. One has light bicycle rims and Pro Ones, the other Giant carbon rims with Giant Gavia tyres. In that time I think I have had to put a tube in three times, I have also ridden home twice with a tyre that was squirting sealant, but was holding enough air to…[Read more]

  • I have had a Neo for a few years now, happy to help but as mine is the 1st gen not sure it is relevant.

    On Facebook there is an active Taxc Neo group, worth posting on there for advise.

  • Jason replied to the topic BMX for about £200? in the forum Bike Forum 1 week ago

    I would avoid the low end Mongoose BMXs. My son rides his BMX a mile or so to school every day, and somehow managed to fold the down tube on his Mongoose BMX on the way home from school. He never admitted what he did, but I wasn’t impressed with the strength of the frame. I replaced it with a 2nd hand Mafiabikes BMX from ebay. I think he has…[Read more]

  • Jason replied to the topic London theatre shows in the forum Chat Forum 2 weeks ago

    If you are looking to go early next year it is worth waiting for these offers to become available in early December. https://officiallondontheatre.com/new-year-sale/

    I took the family to see Wicked in February this year, I think best seats at the Saturday matinee were £40 each. It was a great show, suddenly the Wizard of Oz all made sense.…[Read more]

  • Jason replied to the topic Battery powered lawn mowers. in the forum Chat Forum 4 weeks ago

    I bought a Bosch Rotak 430 two years to replace an old petrol mower. Very happy with it, our lawn isn’t huge and the battery mower is far easier to use. It came with two batteries, but I can probably cut the lawn twice on a single charge. It also has a leaf collection setting which is handy at this time of year. Only downside is that it d…[Read more]

  • Jason replied to the topic Mac Nerds required for advice in the forum Chat Forum 1 month ago

    I use an 64gb IPad Mini 4, and that works fine with 1080 60fps footage from the GoPro. That is all I use the iPad for so it is empty of other stuff. I have found Avimovi to be the best basic editing app. Fine for putting together a video montage of multiple clips with various transitions and effects. Maybe not ideal if you want to create the…[Read more]

  • Jason replied to the topic Mac Nerds required for advice in the forum Chat Forum 1 month ago

    I have a similar age Mac Mini. I recently replaced the HD with a SSD and it has as much RAM as I can fit in it. I don’t find it great for video use. So I always use an iPad for editing GoPro footage which I find works well for putting together and editing short video clips.