Having the right tools foor the job not only makes your life easier but also saves you money.
Check out the range.
The Power Lever Pro is ideal for trail side repairs, having a power link ready when you snap a chain is great but without the tools its not much use. Being able to split and remove damaged links could save your ride.
We also have a range of workshop tools, a bit more substantial and user friendly.
I have a selection of O'Neil and Alpina helmets all with at least 50% of RRP.
The kids helmets are all "pay what you want" there is a minimum cost to cover my expenses, if you can afford more, please pay more but if you can't then I would much rather they were out riding safely.
More helmets style and sizes will be added daily.
I have rewritten this bit so many times!
So I am just going to chuck some bullet points down:
I met so many great people who helped me along the way, although things didn't go to plan, I would do it again tomorrow.
Now I am back the mechanical issue are quite easy to solve with the right equipement. The tyre had 4 punctures, 2 the sealant had sealed, and 2 smaller holes either side of the tyre at the point of impact near the rim (which the sealant didn't reach). Its just one of those things, I will carry more sealant next time.
The handlebars, I have had a few comments about them being carbon, yes they were. I think if they were aluminium they would have just broken but the bars held on (and never completly broke) for another 110km on the South Down way. Yes I took it easier than if there were not broken but still they did an amazing job.
The gear problem from the end of day 2 turns out to be the B screw because I took the rear wheel off so many times it allowed the B screw to wind out which brought the top jockey wheel too close to the cassette. Again easy fix on a bike stand but not something obvious on th etrail when you are tired.
HAND BUILT TITANIUM FRAMES.