I really want to get some ethical, non-globalised trainers. I don't want to support companies that are involved in sweat shops. How? Where? I don't work for them, honest, but most New Balance running shoes are made in Cumbria. Pride themselves in not spending loads on 'superstar ...
Does anyone know where I can get some decent kids gear?
If I want to change the gearing on my bike so that i have more low gears (the ones for going up hill!)..how do I do it?Can I just change the smaller front ring, to an even smaller one? or do I need a whole new set of ones for the back?For background
Can I have some sub-sections in clothing. I want to post reviews of my gear but none of it resembles a sports bra.EGRunning Jacket - lightweights, trail gearReflectivesTightsShortsT-Shirts and TopsI can't be the only bod that uses this stuff? hey
See aldi have cycling gear in Thursday 1 may - most of its cycling specific but can well recomend the gillet great as a winter layer or for the colder spring autum days I took advantage of the last Aldi offer on running clothes and they were
http://www.wimp.com/differentialgear/Not everyone's cup of tea, but a great explanation of Differential Gearing, amazing to see how it works. Thanks, Sprint, I'd always wondered how one of those things worked.
Hi Im looking to buy some running gear for the winter. Can someone help me out with a good, reliable online store pleaseAlos, im looking for maybe an mp3 player with fm radio on it, if anyone has one that they can recommend I would be grateful
Anyone know where I can get running gear for my 10yr old Daughter, it's almost impossible to find 'proper' stuff. Only want the basics - leggings, top, jacket etc. Ron Hill do tracksters in kids sizes. I know this coz Mrs FF wears 'em. That's a
Have recently bought a road bike to get into tri from adventure racing and fell running. I have found it a totally different experience. I find I'm out of the saddle or in the easiest of gears even on the slightest of hills! I'm not unfit
Hi all!I've only started running this past summer and it's been gloriously hot where I live so I haven't had to think about winter gear. However I'm about to move back to good old London and I plan to continue to train through winter, and I
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