Monthly Archives: September 2012

Half Man Half Biscuit – Komedia, Bath

Support tonight came from Roja, not the best support band I’ve seen, but by no means the worst. They finished off with a decent version of Nimrod’s Son by Pixies. As always, Half Man Half Biscuit were superb, playing for … Continue reading

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Winter road bike search – the sensible option

We’re due to move office at some point in the not too distant future, which means I’ll lose my convenient bike-rack outside the front door and will have to lock my bike up elsewhere on site. Therefore it seems sensible … Continue reading

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Testing the Fat-Front Pegasus

After an hour or so taking the Fat-front Pegasus round one of my local routes, I’ve come to the conclusion that it rides just like a bike. Strange that. I also managed to cure the annoying creak when pedalling. All … Continue reading

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#210 – Frankenstein

After a break of a few weeks, it’s time to cross another film off the list. This time a classic which I’ve not seen for a very long time. 133/250

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Another day, another possible winter bike option.

Kinesis have announced the new Racelight TK3 which looks interesting and, assuming the geometry stays the same as the TK2, should fit me nicely. Currently the winter bike options, in no particular order, look as follows: Singular Osprey (XL, frame … Continue reading

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Shuttleworth Pageant Air Show – September 2012

Only the second Shuttleworth display I’ve managed to see this year, but it was a special one. Currently on-loan from The Vintage Aviator Ltd are a few replica planes, and the RAF RE8 and Albatros DVa were due to make … Continue reading

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Winter bike search – another option

The lovely people at Cadence have a couple of Enigma bikes built up, and the Etape or Ethos look almost perfect. I’ve also been eyeing up the Shand Skinnymalinky as a suitable option. A plan currently forming in the back … Continue reading

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