metalgearfuzzy
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    11 May 2012
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    15 October 2012
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The Femto front is an affordable yet brilliant compact "be seen" light. Engineered alloy body is light weight (31g with strap) and tough with long lasting, high polished and anodised finish.
 
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An excellent "be seen" light
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fromManchester, UK
Country : United Kingdom
"I've used this light all through the winter (on flashing mode) and have only had to change the batteries once. Easy to fit to the bike and small enough to carry in the bag for emergencies. The light is nice and bright so will catch attention but won't light your way."
Pros: Attractive, High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile
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These wired tyres are extremely tough, have maximum security, are highly durable, and have the best puncture protection layer system which is made from highly elastic, special rubber (SmartGuard).
 
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Great hard wearing tyre
Posted03 March 2014
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fromManchester, UK
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"I've been running this tyre for the last year with a daily commute of 6 miles each way. In that time I've had one puncture and the tyre still has plenty of tread left to go another year.
They are heavy relative to other tyres but the peace of mind offered by the extra puncture protection is worth it."
Pros: Durable, Rugged
Cons: heavy
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The new neoprene mudguard called NeoGuard™ is specifically designed to prevent mud and spray from getting in your face and eyes.
 
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Works well
Posted15 October 2012
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"A tad expensive but works really well. It attaches uses Velcro straps but I may have to cut them down a little to avoid trailing ends."
Pros: Durable, Attractive
Cons: Expensive
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It's simple, it's effective, it's versatile and it's waterproof: a waterproof cover for your rucsac or pannier in bright and reflective materials which is highly visible from the side and the rear.
 
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Didn't fit
Posted11 May 2012
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"The product looked the part but didn't fit my 30L rucksack. Unless you have a compact rucksack at bottom of the stated range that this cover fits... don't bother."
Pros: visible
Cons: Expensive, Poor Fit
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These wired tyres are extremely tough, have maximum security, are highly durable, and have the best puncture protection layer system which is made from highly elastic, special rubber (SmartGuard).
 

Correct sized tyre?

My paper-round sons are down to one bike at the mo due to huge numbers of punctures. Looking at the Marathon Plus Tour Wired for replacements. The tyre size that came with the bike I need to repair first was 54-559 (26 X 1.95) but the size shown on the tyres you sell is 26 X 2.0 - would this tyre be suitable??

Also which inners do you recommend?
many thanks
The tyre will be fine it's pretty much the same size so frame clearance won't be a problem - your talking about a 0.05 inch difference. Recommend this tyre to sort the puncture problem.

As for inner tubes I've used the Continental ones - doesn't really matter which brand but make sure the tube is the right size. The ones I have are for 26" wheels from 1.75 - 2.5" tyres.
4 months, 2 weeks ago
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metalgearfuzzy
Manchester, UK
 
Ideal pedal for recreational riders who commute and tour.
 

Adding reflecters

The UK Highway Code states peddles MUST have reflectors - do they come with reflectors? If not, what options are there to add reflectors and make these pedals legal to use on the road?
I just bought a pair and they came with reflectors. You have to add them yourself and (as someone else has commented) it looks like they make it difficult adjustment the tension.
1 year, 2 months ago
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metalgearfuzzy
Manchester, UK
 
The new neoprene mudguard called NeoGuard™ is specifically designed to prevent mud and spray from getting in your face and eyes.
 

what size would fit my rock shox recon gold tk 120mm

I expect this would be a small.

If you look at the sizing tab it tells you how to work out the correct size by measuring your fork with a ruler.
1 year, 9 months ago
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