Terrahawk’s built it.
———- Forwarded message ———-Here you go, as modelled by my glamorous colleague, Wendy
From: Jason MilesDate: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 12:19:02 +0100
Subject: Rodwell pics
There’s also a couple of shots of your new fork – hitherto known as
“The Black Pudding”.
I’ll bung these on Twitter/STW/blog in a sec. Jase.
shedfire 11:23 am on September 25, 2009 | 2 Comments | # |
shedfire 6:04 pm on September 21, 2009 | 4 Comments | # |
It was always going to be touch and go with a mmmbop frame not leaving Taiwan until Tuesday morning, and needed on a photoshoot on Thursday afternoon. But we did it.Non of it would have been possible without Ollie and Stu from http://www.bicycleshop.co.uk/ The Bicycle Shop in Skipton – who are the most Ragley’d up dealer I’ve ever seen. It was like a pig breeding centre. Many thanks to them both, and it meant I got a ride in with Guy from MBUK in the afternoon, guided by Stu from http://www.dalesbikecentre.co.uk/ up in Reeth – a fantastic spot and one we’ll have to go see again.
shedfire 11:06 am on September 18, 2009 | 2 Comments | # |
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From: The Bicycle Shop Skipton <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 11:15 AM
Subject: Bicycle Shop Ragley test bike.
To: brant <firstname.lastname@example.org>Hi again, its Oli and Stu from the Bicycle Shop in Skipton. Thought you would like a heads up on our Ragley Blue Pig 18" test bike with added Nuke Proof hardware. Its all ready to roll and available for test rides.
shedfire 11:54 am on September 17, 2009 | 2 Comments | # |
shedfire 8:48 am on September 15, 2009 | 2 Comments | # |
Nukeproof Reactor lights rescue Batman after robbin’Nukeproof’s Reactor lights hit the streets last week, and Yorkshire based cycling journalist Dave Anderson was glad he received a set to test!Dave’s part-time job/hobby is what he terms “adventure science” – specifically, lurking about in caves and tunnels, looking for BATS.Dave received reports of a new colony of Brown Long Eared bats and headed off to his trusty Batmobile (It’s a VW T4 van really) to check them out. Unluckily for Dave, his van had been broken into and his high powered bat-lights had been stolen.Nukeproof Reactor lights came to the rescue, and after collecting his test set from Singletrack magazine, Dave fixed them to his Bat-helmet, before dissapearing down a hole in the ground to examine their bat-lair. Bat-tastic. He was even able to get the survey done, and back home for his dinner dinner dinner dinner… (sorry).Nukeproof lights are available from all good shops – and distributed in the UK by Hotlines – http://www.hotlines-uk.com/News.aspx?NewsID=335If anyone is interested in Bats in the East Lancashire Area – you’ll be well served to contact the East Lancs Bat Group – http://www.eastlancsbats.org/A bat, yesterday.Nuke Proof Reactor Lightset
shedfire 1:22 pm on September 14, 2009 | No Comments | # |
shedfire 4:43 pm on September 11, 2009 | No Comments | # |
Wasn’t expecting that! They ride tech differently in Skipton – this is not Hebden Bridge technique – cool though!
shedfire 8:26 am on September 10, 2009 | 4 Comments | # |