lewis123456
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    06 January 2013
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    30 March 2014
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Every mile counts. Capture each one with the new Forerunner 10, Garmin's simplest GPS running watch. It accurately tracks how far and how fast you run, as well as your calories.
 
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Works well and is a good motivator!
Posted30 March 2014
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lewis123456
fromPeak District UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
"I have used this about 20 times now I would say.
Pros:
-The watch features are all ease to navigate and use.
-Big writing makes it ease to read while running.
-Data seems to be accurate and is in real time (no Lag).
-Garmin connect website shows run history and allows for in depth analysis.
Cons:
-It Normally takes 30secs to 2mins to connect to enough satellites to record speeds, the longest time I waited has been around 5 minutes which is a long time to wait.
-Garmin connect website is a little bit difficult to navigate although it does do the job!
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Pros: Durable, Attractive, Comfortable, Rugged, Adjustable, Lightweight, Good Fit
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3mm Stretch Neoprene toe cover removes the chill factor on dry, cooler Spring/Autumn rides.
 
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fromPeak District UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"Cheaper than buying new shoes for winter. Would recommend if you have summer shoes."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, Good Fit
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The Evolution Series 4 U-Lock has a bicycle security for moderate to high crime areas, with a standard length shackle. The high security ovalised cylinder makes this a sold secure gold lock.
 
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does the job
Posted09 February 2014
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fromDorset, UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
"Ive used while cycling at Southampton Uni as well as to keep trailers secured over night. Has not failed me yet."
Pros: High Quality
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 O2 Road Helmet - 2012
O2 Road Helmet - 2012
A great value road helmet with great looks and advanced technologies from higher up the Lazer range.
 
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Good fit and lots of vents at reasonable price
Posted07 January 2013
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fromPeak District UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"I got this helmet in singapore and cycled in the heat all day while touring and it has worked well...I also have recently added a pad to the front which allows me to attach a go pro although it does ruin the look a bit."
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Adjustable, Lightweight, Versatile, Good Fit
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The Velo Wireless has a great new look regarding the screen and body. The screen is enlarged making it easier to view the display and with one button control makes this computer very easy to use.
 
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simple and works well
Posted06 January 2013
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lewis123456
fromUK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
"does what it says...very pleased... screen is big and easy to read..."
Pros: Great Value, Attractive, easy to read
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Place your dirty bike in this bag before loading into your car/van and save yourself the trouble of cleaning up the mess after the bike has been taken out when you arrive home.
 
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Scary to use but worked
Posted06 January 2013
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lewis123456
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 19-24
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"Girlfriend and I used these for a flight back from Nice to the UK. (in combination with 10m of bubble wrap each). It worked so I cant complain but I do think it is much more scary than a cardboard box...
(ive flown my bike 7 times in a cardboard box and once in these bags) so far nothing broken.
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Pros: Lightweight
Cons: Wears Out Easily, no padding
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Place your dirty bike in this bag before loading into your car/van and save yourself the trouble of cleaning up the mess after the bike has been taken out when you arrive home.
 

airport approved

does anyone know are airlines happy to take bikes inside one of these and if so do they still insist on wheel off and handlebars turned.
can you just get away with wheeling it inside and wheeling it out of the bag the other end at luggage reclaim as it stands. its such a phaff having to do all the mechanical stuff to the bike to ship it to point of tour start? this looks like the answer to my problems if the airline are happy with it
It normally costs between £20-50 for bikes on planes...tyres need to be semi-deflated (leave some air in for cushioning) take off the front wheel and get a spacer for the fork (they are normally free in a bike shop)handle bars should be twisted and saddle lowered in order to make it easier to handle. Also put the chain on the inner most gears.

get some bubble wrap and fragile tape... oh and cross your finger
1 year, 9 months ago
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lewis123456
UK