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King_Crispy

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  1. Not a private website, it is accessible by anyone, and is classed as public media. The fact that only "members" may comment is irrelevant. The fact that comments are deleted and opinions are disallowed is not strictly speaking legal. Taken from the Constitution of South Africa: 16. Freedom of expression (1) Everyone has the right to freedom of expression, which includes- (a) freedom of the press and other media; (b) freedom to receive or impart information or ideas;
  2. It's just another way Matt gets to stay autocratic. Another way he gets to enforce his blind trajectory of: it's my site, my rules. Basically it's unconstitutional. Disallowing freedom of expression. Flame away haters
  3. I beg to differ. Standard Bank usually have a 4 day clearing period, especially if it's a once off transaction on a Friday. I have bought quite a bit of stuff on the Hub and often done payments from Std Bank before a weekend, sending the pop to the seller, but the money only clears 4 days later. I have felt so bad on a few occasions that I've gone back to the seller, paid cash, and waited for them to eft my money back to me
  4. The headset angle is changed too much with the 9er fork, as is the case with a Lefty 29er fork. The 26" Lefty fork works well as it doesn't make the front of the bike too high. I thought mine looked out of place as the top tube was angled too steep like yours. But my wife just told me, don't be a box. I thought I was just giving my 2 cents. Please don't be offended by opinion
  5. I did the same thing on a gravel bike. It's not worth the effort. Rather get a decent carbon fork that fits the wheel and go the proper gravel route. Make sure it's not a 29er carbon fork: it looks **** and the steerer angles are wrong.
  6. What an idiot. Who cares if he has good doctors etc now? When he's older these injuries are going to cause him big pain
  7. Tubeless is good for road, but don't make the mistake of trying to use Stans.
  8. I followed *** advice like that and bought 4 X oval 96bcd chainrings, which don't fit my XT cranks. Anybody looking for 32x 96bcd red chainrings for a giveaway price of R400 each?
  9. There is also some VERY poor moderating happening too. A Hillcrest clown comes to mind.
  10. Try sell it for as close to what you paid for it. You bought it, there must be plenty other suckers out there?
  11. There are excellent gravel routes and mtb routes. Eugene rides every day with their group. Great bunch and lekker rides
  12. You should include where you want to ride. Usually a good place to start
  13. The Ardent is very heavy. CycleLab doesn't have stock of the Barzo at the moment, which is a very cool looking tyre.
  14. All your important ICE details can be stored on your phone, that any decent paramedic know how to access. I think it should be more widely known just how accessible this info is. It's just a case of accessing the emergency swipe on any phone. Everyone should have these details stored on one's phone. We all ride with our phones, and they can be our voice when we are unable to speak. Here is a link for the Samsung ICE info: https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/galaxy-s10-series/ice-emergency-medical-details/td-p/1119584
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