Hi Roland et al,
Thank you for the positive words regarding my machine. Being mindful of forum rules with what I say here, I apologise for my slow online setup but am very happy to take comments, queries or requests via our site which is now online. (Or phone)
I hope I have not over stepped here moderator?
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Word on the street is that the company is investigating locating a machine at 140 William in the secured area. I think it is a good idea but I'm not sure if I would use it. I would be most likely to buy a tube if I needed one. But I have been cycle commuting for over 5 years and have had exactly one flat when riding to work during that time. Oh, another possiblity is AA batteries when my rear light goes flat. But I could just get them at a local super, so not sure if that is much use either.
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I average a flat per month, and at least carry 1 spare tube. I general buy in bulk on line. I dream of only having 1 flat in 5 years of commuting. Maybe it is the Mitchell Fway PSP and the number of cracks etc which cause my flats.
I still haven't used the vending machine, but walk past each day admiring it.
They are a good idea. First one I saw was at Cafe Racer prior to thir recent re-launch and it looked to have been stocked with quality items at very reasonable prices.
This has been installed:
indicating the machine was broken into over the week-end and had to be taken away for repairs.
Not too sure when this exactly happened, as we have two locations where we can park bikes, and I was using the bike pump that I arranged to be installed in the bike cage, following yet another flat, and went to purchase a spare tube - and the machine was not there.
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