You can take that great honor of being the first manufacturer that I have truly negative feelings about. And to the OP: I put all the blame for the continuing derailment of your thread on Jack and Ibex bikes. The best you can hope for is that they'll be extra nice and helpful to you because of this. You can take that great honor of being the first manufacturer that I have truly negative feelings about. And to the OP: I put all the blame for the continuing derailment of your thread on Jack and Ibex bikes. The best you can hope for is that they'll be extra nice and helpful to you because of this. I am pretty unbiased when it comes to Ibex because I also own a Cannondale .I was trying to be helpful to you, if at all possible. I was trying to be helpful to you, if at all possible. I have used there customer support and I can tell you it is awesome.
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I do not know any other company that would come close to Ibex when I had problems with my bike that I caused myself. I would hope that those here with experience with longer-travel suspension forks would be able to figure that out on their own - can you?
I also stated my personal experience on the 32mm stanchioned fork: You don't seem to be very forthcoming about your inexperience until you're called on it...
Police come, apparently knock on door (didn't hear them), then issue it with a £30 ticket.
There was plenty of room to get out, they are just simply being trouble makers and get off with causing aggro and playing on the fact one of them has a mobility car so needs more room to maneuver. Copper was an ******** basically sided with them completely said he could get me done for witness intimidation (currently on bail as they have accused me of criminal damage the other week).
I will most likely just pay this £30 fine (reluctantly) as i have enough on my plate for it to go further (plus cash flow is not great either) but after advice anyway just in case.