Home made leather pouch.
Tyre levers ( 4 year old Pedros’, the best I have ever used ).
Mini tool kit.
Pu****re repair kit.
Tags: cycling, emergency, necessities, phone, puncture, road, sunday, tools
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You must find it difficult to get back into your house!
Oops, pressed submit by accident… I take the above plus keys, a banana and Cheapozade
Yah, all that plus a fig rolls and del’agua.
I can leave keys at home thanks to t’other half.
Fig rolls are bad ass. I keep forgetting that they exist!
What if your O.H. goes out?!!!!
what ever happened to an OS map?
If it wasn’t for the iphone we would still be trying to find our way out of the worcester circle, young sir. Remember the petrol station? Exactly.
wheres the marlboro lights??
They stay at home, a single cigarette poised in the packet ready to be extracted upon my return.
Fags? Ha! Try EPO instead! Far less tar, thus better for the lungs. Probably less addictive too. Just remember to set your alarm for 3am every morning and exercise to keep the blood moving…
I heard that you ride so fast that people feel like spewing after trying to keep up with you. Is this true? If so then I really need to start riding with you
Wow, I must be fast. Or maybe just FAT.
bollocks to the i phone its a hindrance, i would rather get lost, actually i love getting lost, i don’t enjoy ALL stopping. Andys sweaty map was fine. rIGHT I’LL GET LOST NOW.
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