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My wife found this the other day , excellent quality.

Up to 260 psi.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluesim-Max260-Bicycle-Schrader-Changing/dp/B01GYM3MNY

And at this price I thought it was worth posting.

 

 

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I'd say that's quite a lot of money for a Conker throwing device!!

Lol!

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i have a tourer, Super Camp, which i ride to work occasionally but mostly i am on the mtb with the throttle wide open!!!

 

Wit a bike called Super Camp you definitely need Col's cycling leotard or whatever it's called :thumbup:

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My wife found this the other day , excellent quality.

Up to 260 psi.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluesim-Max260-Bicycle-Schrader-Changing/dp/B01GYM3MNY

And at this price I thought it was worth posting.

 

 

Sent from my iPad using Arbtalk

 

I'm glad I scrolled down to your written post.

 

For a few moments, with the gay leotard image still burned onto my retina, I did wonder what an ice cream scoop, some conkers, a pump, a length of twine and what is potentially a weird looking cock ring might be used for and how it segued from a cycling thread.

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Wit a bike called Super Camp you definitely need Col's cycling leotard or whatever it's called :thumbup:

 

I bought the bike from a friend who purchased it in the early 8o's. it is a revel romany but my mates nicknamed it super camp. I recon the mr motivater outfit would finish off the look a treat.

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I keep a cyclocross bike at our place in Essaouira Morocco.

This September I escaped the family and ignored their dire warnings about traveling alone by bike and rode down the coast to Agadir then up to Taroudant and ffrom there up into the Atlas mountains for a couple of days before descending to Marrakech and a bus home.

I put a 5spd hub gear in for simplicity and a sturdy rack. Important to carry at least 3 litres of water and up to 7 if heading towards the Sahara region although there are many places to buy bottled water you can always ask at any house for a refill. You may get a feed too!

 

Ty

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