Back in my youth I managed to cover myself in hot oil from a Modeo ST24 that hadn't been changed in years and then on another day stacked it dumping old filters out coating myself and my bike that was stood next to the disposal bin, the ride home sucked and the brakes may aswell have been removed for all the stopping power they had.At least you didn't knock the tin full of hot motorbike chain grease off the cooker and onto the kitchen floor. No way I could clean that up before SWMBO came home. But that was a while ago and two SWMBO's ago.
It's a glitch with Buy it now listings, it's been forcing people to add a Best offer button despite not wanting offers otherwise it will charge an increased fee to remove, most rather than attempt to deal with Ebays customer support just let it be and just refuse the offers or set them to auto refuse.Why do sellers on ebay doing a 'buy it now' add a 'best offer' and then refuse offers. I've had a few now refuse offer of 90% or more and even over 95%.
So technically can PCs in some respects, Tablets however will suffer unless it's something thats optimised to run it (Windows 8 was oddly the otherway round, which is why my then GFs PC nearly went out the window and my powerful at the time phone acctually outlasted her).Tablets get Windows 10 free. There are larger ones with optional keyboards which makes them almost laptops. He said typing on an Onda O Book.
My Current and Longest serving is a bit of an odd one as its frame is a Down Hill design but was sold as a Crosscountry Mountain Bike which it isn't the best at due to weight and crank power loss due to it's suspension, being 2005 its before sizes larger than 26" were the norm for MTB Wheels but I still managed alright, I think the current tyres are light dirt but it's been a while since I've seen it which was annoying as it had had a fair bit spent refitting upgrading it (Better forks, Hydralic disc brakes, new gear set and luggage racks for courier jobs).My bike is technically classed as a tourer, which basically means it's a road/racer but takes wider 700x32 wheels, a carrier and three front sprockets instead of two. Came with those universal tyres with the knobbly edges which I soon removed as I found the my average riding speed was about 3 MPH slower than on my old bike, but I did refit them for the winter months for extra grip. Now running on Michelin Sport tyres that are only factionly slower than the 700x19 on my old bike, which I can't get anymore, that are based on motorcycle technology and have a triangular profile so although the bike has wider wheels I'm riding still on a very narrow contact patch. They are great tyres on tarmac and concrete, even when it's chucking it down, but get on some wet grass or mud and the rear wheels just starts slipping with no grip and in no time I will come to a complete stand still. For this reason I have never tried them in the snow and have no intention of doing so.