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Proflex Elastomer Shock Replacement

Ah the 1990’s. What  a wonderful decade. For me, it was about getting my braces off and gluing myself in front of the television religiously in order to enjoy an entertainment-packed evening of TGIF. 277 more words

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Revisiting Brisbane's Mt Coot-tha trails

Brisbane winters are great for MTB adventures with your mates. In summer, you’d be crazy to start a weekend ride at 8.30am. But for revisiting Mt Coot-tha’s trails for the first time in a couple of years, 8.30am was perfect. 95 more words

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Specialized Jynx 650B Review

I like biking, most importantly, I like mountain biking and cyclocross, so when I finally got the chance to try out my new hardtail mountain bike, I couldn’t wait (I say new I’ve had it the best part of six months). 264 more words

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Big glasses really do rule (especially when it comes to Visually Induced Dizziness)

Visually Induced Dizziness – how does it relate to glasses?

As part of my balance disorder, I suffer from Visually Induced Dizziness which is also referred to as Visual Vertigo. 1,045 more words

Balance Disorder

De regreso

Pues he tenido muy abandonado el blog por casi un año, pero ha sido un año de altas y bajas, al final de todo de cambios como todo en la vida; pero esos cambios han sido abordo de mi antigua y nueva bicicleta Specialized; de no olvidarme que ahora pedaleo con zapatillas de mtb y claro como en todo ciclismo de montaña de las correspondientes caídas. 11 more words

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Robot of the day: July 6

Dry, dusty Short Track. Are your seals in good condition?

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The Story So Far

On the 1st of July I decided I would get out everyday on my bike for the whole month.

Here’s the post – https://timfromwales.wordpress.com/2015/07/01/10k-a-day-for-july/

I was not going to try and replicate the Tour de France or do anything ridiculous – I just followed suit on the 10000 steps a day challenge and do 10000m (or 10k) everyday also. 313 more words

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