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Think & Do Tea Time Sessions! - Shared screen with speaker view
Lola Karpf
35:49
Same here!^
Farhana Yamin
36:09
If you go to the bottom left of your screen it should say start video
debbie bourne
39:43
I’ve got a question to ask later about having bikes available at all schools for kids to borrow.
Jo
46:51
I have a question about pumps
debbie bourne
48:18
Can everyone write any questions they would like to ask here please?
Jenny Linn-Cole
49:08
Is she undoing the valve?
Jenny Linn-Cole
50:58
I think she is
Farhana Yamin
52:47
We are recording the session so you can re watch it, if and when you need to repair your bike
John Chamberlain
57:18
Extension?
Lola Karpf
59:22
Sorry I do actually have a question - but I’ll ask after Debbie has finished!
John Chamberlain
01:04:45
Just want to say how much I agree with Sam regarding cycling to school.
Jenny Linn-Cole
01:09:12
Old inner tubes come in handy for rubber spacing
Robert Ulph
01:09:39
Sam, I have a very creaky seat post on my bike. I can demonstrate if you like.Do you think I can do anything about it?
Ben Pearce
01:11:40
Thanks for all the tips so far Sam, I was just wondering if you had advice on how to tighten brakes as they get loose over time?
Jo
01:15:50
I have a question about recycling old bike parts. Is there anywhere I could do that or do they have to be binned? Tyres, wheel, cassette, chain...? I have all these sitting around from when I replaced them but haven't figured out whether they can be recycled somewhere.
Lola Karpf
01:15:54
Just had a quick search for bike packing bags and it’s just what I’ve been searching for since I’ve had this bike! Thanks so much Sam!
debbie bourne
01:20:24
Think and Do webinar coming up next week:Friday 24th April 4-6pm –💃✂👗👚✂👗👚 Stay sane during Covid19! Rediscovering or exploring new creative outlets can be a lifeline, giving your mind some rest and link you up with likeminded people.During the first hour, Little Hands Design https://littlehandsdesign.com/ will be running a step-by-step session on how to make a facemask. Have an old tea towel or cotton t-shirt or scarf ready and some elastic hairbands plus needle and thread. You do not need a sewing machine – the masks can be made entirely by hand!During the second hour, you can ask questions relating to your textile, sewing and dressmaking projects or just share with other sewing enthusiasts what you are currently working on! There will be inspiration for easy projects and a design & make challenge for everyone!
Jenny Linn-Cole
01:26:40
15mil ring spanner for wheel nuts
Casimir Knight
01:27:33
Thank you very much Sam! and everyone
Jo
01:28:20
THANK YOU!!
Ben Pearce
01:28:49
thanks guys for organising and Dr Bike for the really helpful suggestions!
John Chamberlain
01:28:51
Thanks, Sam
Lola Karpf
01:28:55
Thanks sooo much !!
Jenny Linn-Cole
01:29:15
Thanks Sam
Shana Tufail
01:29:23
thanks Sam! can I email my stem once I'm back in London for best way forward?
Farhana Yamin
01:29:30
Thanks Sam!
Shana Tufail
01:29:40
thanks for your energy as always Debbie :)