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About plainlazy84

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  • Birthday 09/15/84

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    Procrastination.<br /><br />Playing cue based sports including snooker (badly) and pool (slightly more adequately)<br /><br />Eating Morrisons all day breakfasts.<br /><br />Monkey Tennis<br /><br />Arm wrestling with Chaz and Dave
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    Dave Dennis
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    2003 Planet X Zebdi

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  1. Thanks Leon, would be good to stick with parts from or closer to that era. Have never gone wrong with Mavics, main reason for new wheels would be to get a hope pro 4 trials hub and going single speed. I've found EX721s online for £50 although no longer available from the big retailers like chainreaction or Evans. Do Mavic produce an equivalent to the F519? (think this was it, "freeride" rim in between d521 and x519 weight wise) as this would be good alternative up front. Yeah that's it with Jamaican paint job. Good choice of frame must be relatively rare these days i would have thought.
  2. I'm after recommendations for new 26" rims, front and rear. It's for a planet X Zebdi and I'm riding street these days, although nothing big. I'm running HS33s front and rear so disc only is not an option. The current setup being replaced is Mavic D521 rear (590g) and X517 front (400g), guessing these aren't available from new anymore though! It would be nice to get something comparable weight wise to the Mavics, but I don't mind going a bit heavier if needs be, particularly up front for some added beef. Any suggestions or is it slim pickings on 26" these days? Most of what I've seen is the drilled, wider trials specific rims on Tartybikes, although not too sure which of these would be best suited having only been on MTB rims before.
  3. With new bars and stem thanks to the Tarty boys.
  4. Thanks. I didn't want to change the setup too much as this is what I was used to riding for so long. And also I've been out of riding so long that I'm not up to speed on what everyone rides these days! I wouldn't mind tweaking it in future though, perhaps trying out a different bar/stem combo. What's this newfangled singlespeed idea though?
  5. Decided to get my Planet X Zebdi back up and running again. I've thrown on a few new parts (favourite addition being a set of Fatty R's purchased on ebay) but most of it is from circa 2003 when the bike was built. Better get out and ride it now!
  6. They were the days, back in 1999 Tenbytrials introduced me to what would later become trials-forum.
  7. is Adam Read really the honey monster?

    1. ben_travis


      yes...but he does like a pie or two as well apparantly!!!

  8. I bet the 'suprise sex' was worth it
  9. woah... woah.. woah. Steady Eddie! "not strictly a guitar....."
  10. Not strictly a guitar... but string related none the less and rather fetching I'm sure you'll agree.
  11. A bit late but Top marks for crowbarring in a relatively obscure Partridge quote into a theological debate (well not quite a debate) That video is spectacularly extreme, I'm suprised Louis Theroux hasn't made a (top notch) documentary out of it. Anyway, no matter what opinion you hold either side of the great debate it's simply impossible to prove anything either way, so it seems best to call it all a draw. (God doesn't exist) .... or does he?
  12. Shark attack 3 : MEGALADON! Giant Shark v Mega Octopus Snakes on a Train all modern classics
  13. You may be in bed with him but If you've yet to googlewhack his schlong then I'm willing to bet that if its what you want to hear, he will tell it to you. So don't read too much into his comments
  14. I'm pretty sure that was the workings of vicious internet rumours. In other comical Frosties-kid-e-rumours he had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and his last dying wish was to appear in a Frosties advert
  15. Ding Ding Ding! Maximum points. They're gonna taste great! Sorry Joe!