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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by jags on June 17, 2018, 12:16:47 AM »
Well im off to me cot no matter what ride safe.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by jags on June 17, 2018, 12:13:44 AM »
Btw PH im not ha ing a go at you or any other rohloff owners but man you got to admit there way over priced same goes for bikes in general .guy i n our group rides an 8000 carbon bike give me a break they seen him coming.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by jags on June 16, 2018, 11:46:44 PM »
Yip your wrong way wrong.take my raleigh with campag record probably twenty  thousant on that my look had  probably 14on it both were still in top class worki.g order I have a fair few miles on my audax still perfect none of those bikes cost as much as a rohlof bike. The dolan only comes out when the sun shines but it will never let me down  none of mybikes ever let me down simply because i look after them.what about all the guys that toured the anet on off the peg bikes even if they did replace  parts it comes no where near  t he price of a rohloff.your been brainwashed into thing your saving yourself money.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by Danneaux on June 16, 2018, 10:56:43 PM »
'Cept for my late father's 1938 coaster-brake bike I inherited, the oldest in my own stable are two dating from 1970. Still ridden regularly by me. They don't owe me much anymore.  ;)

Still, I can't really put a price on my bicycles. I love them all equally but differently and each gives me great pleasure to ride, so all have been great value to me over the time I've owned them.

Best,

Dan.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by bobs on June 16, 2018, 09:56:42 PM »
Sorry Anto your wrong.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by PH on June 16, 2018, 09:47:45 PM »
sounds like triggers brush to me.great miles for sure but sora would do the same miles no problem if you look after it am i right or am i right. ;)
No you're wrong, very wrong.  Do the maths, work out how much you've spent in the last (Say) 10,000 miles and I'll bet I've spent less ;)
Work out how much you've spent on your bikes, how much they'd sell for, and that difference is the cost.  Mile for mile your Dolan will have been a much more expensive bike than my Rohloff, go on tell me I'm wrong.
I know how much I was spending on keeping a bike fit for work, that's why I bought the rohloff, it paid for itself a long time ago and since then has been saving me money ;D
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by jags on June 16, 2018, 09:14:17 PM »
sounds like triggers brush to me.great miles for sure but sora would do the same miles no problem if you look after it am i right or am i right. ;)
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Lighting and Electronics / Re: cycle computer
« Last post by geocycle on June 16, 2018, 08:35:32 PM »
My old cat eye strava has 35000 on the odometer. Works well but there are probably better options now.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by PH on June 16, 2018, 08:20:53 PM »
you only think that.
you could buy a really class reliable bike for the price of a rohloff .
get  good cheap bike the pilot will do the rest.
Well I've ridden it around 75,000 miles so I think I've got a better idea of the value it's given me than you have.
Big initial expense, then really cheap running costs, worth every penny.
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Muppets Threads! (And Anything Else) / Re: moan of the day
« Last post by bobs on June 16, 2018, 08:09:25 PM »
Like bikes some pilots are better than others . That's why an electric bike is a good idea .🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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