On Saturday I went out for a quick run up the Pass and round 'The Loop' to test my new music Earmolds. In the light of the recent entrapment activities, when I had three cars in front of me, I decided to stay behind them, and turn around and head out through Jamberoo instead. On the first corner on the way down I changed down a couple of gears and squeezed the front brake; NOTHING, no deceleration!!! Thankfully I wasn't going silly fast, I had time to pull in the clutch and try and slow on the back brake. When I pulled in the clutch, the revs swung round to about 7,000!!! So short straight, time to assess; my Oxford heated grip had come unglued from the throttle sleeve on the handlebar, and the wiring for the grip was right round at the front of the bar, preventing the brake lever from coming in any more than a few millimetres!! I pottered home with my heart rate quickly returning to normal. The bike's in for a service on Tuesday anyway, and I'll get the guys to fix it, but just a word of warning; watch out for the grip coming unglued and swivelling round to the point where it can impede your braking!