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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 10:49 pm 
B.o.T.Y. Winner / Gold Trader
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Trimbles full of huge chips from banging the cable lock on it, I did get miffed when someone at work whacked it against the fire escape and took a chunk out of the paint but hey, its an everyday work bike so I expect some other nut to mark it at some point.

and TBH, locking a bike up in the UK is only like parking a car in spain :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:24 pm 
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chiswickcollectables wrote:
Tony can you give me the exact location of where you "lock up" your Trimble :wink:


:lol: You will have to do what the last person did and wait for me to come home :x

The D locks are big to go round the frame. Have to put them all in a rucksack when off to the West End


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This reminds me of one of my fellow NHS managers who used to make a huge song and dance about his lightweight commuter; yet was invariably carrying a couple of kilos of locks with him to secure his bike!

Twat!


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highlandsflyer wrote:
This reminds me of one of my fellow NHS managers who used to make a huge song and dance about his lightweight commuter; yet was invariably carrying a couple of kilos of locks with him to secure his bike!

tw*t!


haha, invariably strapped directly to the frame too no doubt, as opposed to in his rucksack?


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