Anyone 'lost' a Joey recently? Just seen one for sale at a (too ?) good price.
Black with drop bars - nicked 2 years ago. I have photos. (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
this is blue with straights..... (1 week ago)Jeremy Hemingray:
Yeah mine went a few months ago. Blue with straights. Point me in the direction? Thanks (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
could be it gumtree - (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
they just sent me this
I have justt been to look but the ad is taken down. (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
but you have the reference there... (1 week ago)Jeremy Hemingray:
Yeah thanks very much, much appreciated. I'll follow up. (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
Good luck poster was ‘demi’ (1 week ago)Jeremy Hemingray:
Great, thank you (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
(1 week ago)Jeremy Hemingray:
Ah no that's not mine, mine was (is) dark blue. Thanks all the same, much appreciated (1 week ago)Bill Cooke:
okay I hope I haven't got a genuine seller into bother.. (1 week ago)Jeremy Hemingray:
Ha! Well if they're genuine then they've got nothing to worry about I guess... (1 week ago)
Hi there, I'm looking to get some tyres for my joey and am wondering if anybody could recommend some and a shop that would mail them to Ireland? Apparently the tyres that are on mine aren't being made anymore - schwalbe marathon 24.by 1.5 - spa cycles sells that model at 24 by 1.75, but I'd prefer not to go any bigger if possible. Any ideas, or suggestions? Thanks!
The Joey takes different sizes depending on which rims you have. You will need to get tyres to match. See if the current tyres you have have the number 507 or 520 on them. Tyres in the latter size tend to be slick while the former size are often wider and typically have more tread 2 (1 month ago)Catherine Cunningham:
They're 507s - so maybe nobody makes a narrower tyre any more,(the ones that are on it are narrower than what i've managed to source so far) and maybe it doesn't make much difference? (1 month ago)Karl Wooldridge:
You could try a Kojak in that size if you want to go totally slick. They'll be faster, lighter but more prone to punctures
www.amazon.co.uk/Schwalbe-Folding-Raceguard-Black-40-507/dp/B004YIBJ90 (1 month ago)Catherine Cunningham:
I live in the country and the roads are pretty rough so I'm not sure those would be a good idea on that front, and they're so much more expensive than the others - are they showing up as £32.05 to you? 1 (1 month ago)Catherine Cunningham:
compared to this www.spacycles.co.uk/m2b0s158p2990/SCHWALBE-Marathon-HS308 1 (1 month ago)Karl Wooldridge:
I'd go with the Marathon 😀 (1 month ago)Catherine Cunningham:
yes, looking like it! (1 month ago)Kelvin Pang:
I have a pair of the original 507 narrow size that came with Joeys made by VeeRubber. You can have them if you want. They are unused, and I bought them originally thinking of modding mine to 507 from 520. 1 (1 month ago)Catherine Cunningham:
Sounds interesting -Are they 24 x 1.5"? I got this bike second hand last year so I don't know how long tyres have been on it - they're schwalbe marathons. (1 month ago)Richard Loke:
Catherine Cunningham, for that size, we're fitting and supplying the Kenda Kwest. (1 month ago)Nick Evans:
I put the 1.75 on mine, they don't fit, they are too wide for the rear frame (1 month ago)Ian McCormick:
I'm taking the Kojaks off mine. 3 flats in 2 days! Marathons next. (2 weeks ago)
Pablo woz 'ere! Chameleon by Picasso. Or maybe not.
Not applicable to Chameleons.
Hay Ting Tee:
Above the law. 🤣 (3 weeks ago)Alex Bessonoff:
What is brand of cage holders you've got beneath the saddles? 1 (3 weeks ago)
Overlooking Singapore from Faber park
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside...
Beside the sea? (3 weeks ago)