Questions about purchasing bicycles and parts
Not sure, there was a similar system a couple of years ago that costs $99 or something, so $20 seems to be a good price.
If the LEDs are bright enough, it should be easier to understand, I'm sure not every driver understands or pays attention to hand signals. Also, you get to keep both hands on the handle bar, while the LEDs continue to blink (need to remember to cancel it).
For motor vehicles (such as motorcycles) there's a requirement that the rear indicators must be at least 18cm apart. Not sure if this rule applies to bicycles, since bicycles do not require to have indicators at all. Also you can have the indicators on your jersey or backpack.
Anyone need a trainer?? $117 delivered for an Elite fluid trainer
Got one of these last week... amazing price and works pretty sweet too!
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Mode ... elID=74811
shows up as 109GBP, which is around $163AUD before delivery... How much does chainreaction charge for delivery btw?
looks like the price has gone up to AU$146 (when you set your location it removes VAT and displays in AU$).
Free delivery to Aus for orders over AU$99
Always looking for new rides & ride partners in SE QLD area
Brilliant! Thanks guys.
Some good deals to be had on Rudy Project sunglasses and equipment.
Zipp 808 tubular wheelset $1,790 with free delivery
http://www.bikebug.com/wheels-accessori ... -1987.html
Just got an email from Cell, 700c tubes for $2.50, Crank Bros Speed levers for $2.50 and Mini tool for $2.95.
When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments- Elizabeth West.
Thanks for that ldr, off I go to see what else is there. Tax cheque came in today
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
I thought I read somewhere here that the GP4000s were discontinued, but a quick google search can't find anything definitive.
Does anyone know for sure? Time to stock up if so .
Phil Liggett, TdF 2011, Alpe-d'Huez: "I reckon tonight in hindsight he may have won the Tour de France tomorrow."
Newest discount code from Wiggle
Offer: 20% off cycling product orders over 170AUD(excludes Assos and Altura)
Ends: 20th August at 14:00
Evans Cycles is pushing discounts and savings at the moment. No discount coupon though these are the savings they are promoting.
Up to 35% off Bikes
Up to 50% off Clothing
Up to 50% off Accessories
Up to 40% off Parts
If you have had some gear in mind, at least for a comparison you can check the sale prices at Evans Cycles.
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