Project FatBike

Project FatBike Inspired by some recent fatbikes I saw in London I decided I simply HAD to have one, although I wasn’t going to be doing any beach or snow rides in the near future I like the idea of being able to ride it absolutely anywhere particularly since I live close to Epping Forest….

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The Cyclotricity Stealth 250 watts – 10,000km later

So the day has come, my Cyclotricity Stealth 250 passed the 10,000km mark (6214 miles). Ever since writing the review of the bike at 1000km I’ve been telling myself I would do an update at 10,000km and so here it is 🙂 I’ve already covered a lot of the technical aspects of this bike in…

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Cycloc Solo – Wall Mounted Bicycle Storage – Review

A practical and space efficient way to securely store bicycles in your own home without eating valuable space? As someone who has owned and ridden bikes in London for well over a decade I’m a whole-hearted subscriber to the “urban cycling” lifestyle. While this has a number of advantages it also comes with some pretty…

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So… the website got hacked :(

Hello world! A sad fact of the world we live in is that there are individuals out there who like to pry and cause damage to property both physical and virtual. My site was hacked recently and so has been offline for a while, don’t worry though it’s back again featuring better security and a…

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HARDWARE: Storage Server Build

WORK IN PROGRESS: this is still being drafted. The Old… My old network had been gradually cobbled together other several years, with devices added as and when they were needed without any real central plan. As new technologies came to market new things were bolted on to the network, and in some cases whole PCs…

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HARDWARE: BitFenix Prodigy Build

Please note this isn’t finished… in fact it hasn’t even been started… I’ll get this sorted once the storageserver writeup is finished.   Intel Core i7 3770k @ 4.5 GHz 16 GB DDR3 1833 MHz RAM EVGA GTX 670 FTW 2GB GDDR5 GPU 2x SanDisk Extreme 128GB RAID0 SSDs Seagate 2 TB 7200rpm SATA 3…

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