Bike Bizz Ballina

Bike Bizz Ballina

Can any one tell me if Bike Bizz in Ballina , Mayo is still in buisness, i have tried ringing and sent a email with no look, or where can i get Caberg helmets
need to try them on ??????
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How long is a piece of string?

How long is a piece of string?

Hi,

Potential bike purchaser here (depending on work and a few other things).

I was speaking to someone in a bike shop today (I wont name the place), but they advised me that I might not be spending enough on the bike I was intrested in, and that i’d end up on a bike with "high mileage"… and when I asked what was high I was told… ahm… well … ahm… look over there…

So… context…
Potential first time biker looking for bike to cope with a 250km / week commute. I’ve been reccomended to consider a Honda Deauville. I’ve read enough comments that there are people on here who consider them dull, but for what I’ve in mind, that suits fine (I’m 40+ btw).
My budget is probably 2500-2800 with a definite upper max of 3k.
I want to go for something 600cc+ so I can use it for my full A license / test etc.
I’m not stuck on the idea of a deauville but I do want something with some kind of storage (laptop lunch etc).

So I suppose what I want to know is what constitutes "high milage" for the kind of bike I’d be looking at…hence the piece of string question.

thanks…

fbf.

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post from hongkong to ireland

post from hongkong to ireland

hi folks.orderded some stuff online from hongkong…how long does it fecking take to get hear on average???normally i just get stuff hear or uk…bike will be vintage by the time it arrives:thumbsup2:
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For Sale : Electric Guitar + amp

For Sale : Electric Guitar + amp

Have an electric guitar, make is Aria. comes with amp and stand and soft case. Don’t really use it much, would like to swap it for an acoustic. Not too into guitars so any questions ask and i’ll find out. I’ll bang up some pics tonight.:guitar:
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Engineering Cert For insurance

Engineering Cert For insurance

Have recently done a few upgrades on the bandit to the extent that i fealt it necessary to tell the insurance company :rolleyes2:
Unlike normally they told me that i needed to get an engineering cert signed by the garage that installed the parts, in this case the rear shock.

Is it now the end of the days where you can do your own work without being questioned as to the safety of the work?

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