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Winter Camping Pass Muc-Off Bike Spray Review Winter Camping Fail Pirelli MT75 Tyre Review Muc-Off Speed Polish Review Whoops I Fell Over Muc-Off Dry P.T.F.E Chain Lube Review Muc-Off Bike Cleaner Review CBF 250 Cam Chain Rattle - SOLVED! What Makes It Feel Cold?


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Muc-Off Bike Cleaner Review Sharon said :-
Cheers for the tip Ian. I will dilute by 50% as you suggested and let you know how I get on.

Where Does The Yellow Dot Go (Balancing Tyres) Garth said :-
Yup, mine say the dot goes next to the tire valve too.

Muc-Off Bike Cleaner Review Ian Whittaker said :-

Hi my comment is that you can dilute it by 50% with water and it still works just as well so saving 50% on the price so its not as dear as it sounds

Royal Enfield 500 Classic Test Ride Review Sunil said :-
so very nice

Winter Camping Fail Ren - The Ed said :-
Aww cheers Rob! Trouble is if it did get too much not so sure you're fiancée would let us in!

Winter Camping Fail Rob G said :-
Why don't you just wait till its really bad and pitch in my back garden, that way if you do find it to be to hard you can just come inside.

Muc-Off Dry P.T.F.E Chain Lube Review Spacepig said :-
Tried many chain lubes over the years but for me Scot Oiler is the best way t care for a chain granted messy at times but for the hugely increased chain life well worth it and supprisingly easy t fit

Kawasaki Z800 Test Ride Review zed800 said :-
great, thanks for the advice... will do so

Winter Camping Fail Think you know who I am said :-
Get a sat nav and save time ....... It's the future

Kawasaki Z800 Test Ride Review Ren - The Ed said :-
zed800, tough call. I don't know you or your strength or your abilities on bikes etc. Typically most people will get accustomed to their bike. You learn the techniques, how it balances and so on. You also get riding fit, the muscles you use get stronger and so on.

There's little doubt in my mind that the 800 will be more of a handful than the 390. Whether or not you think it's worth the extra effort is up to you. You really ought to organise a test ride, that will help a lot in your decision.

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