I've had my bike stolen from outside my house on Friday in SE London. Its reasonably unique insomuch as its a Pearson IMNOTANUMBER with a pair of Chris King Hubs on H+Son Rims.
Here is a link to a picture http://www.flickr.com/photos/trainhitsboy/8687779571/in/photostream so I'm begging the cycling community to keep its eyes peeled as the bike is going to be very difficult to replace due to insurance issues.
email me on email@example.com if you have any leads that could lead to the recovery of my bike.
Thanks in advance.
A Chris King bottom bracket is an excellent option that will last you years if you service it periodically.
It's the law in the world of cycling that you have to like Chris King stuff. If you don't, you're not In The Know. That's the way it works. Unlike lots of the nonsense that masquerades as truth, this one is grounded in reality. In my experience, Chris King components are superbly engineered, better still they work too.
If you like the look of Chris King's Titanium No Threadset but don't fancy shelling out 200 of your hard-earned pounds, then look no further than Spin's Bling Ti which you can have for half that. And it's beautifully made to boot. Spin describe it as "the finest headset in the world"; I don't think I'd go that far but it's pretty good.