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    What bike did you ride today?

    What bike did you ride today. and which which type of bike do u like ride mostly.







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    Senior Member chris bagust's Avatar
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    None. (bad back)
    If I get out on Sunday I'll ride the Flanders, as it has a shorter top tube, giving me a slightly more upright position than the Coppi.

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    Senior Member The return of Marty Wild's Avatar
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    Bianchi Camaleonte 3, the daily for the office run.

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    He's still spamming - ignore him and he might go away!!

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    Senior Member Pete Appleby 3's Avatar
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    a Raleigh 20 complete with shopping basket

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    My Croix de Fer as I do every weekday. (It is actually a good thread, I am interested to know what bikes people use)
    Last edited by Flatlander70; 14th April 2015 at 8:32 PM.

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    Did some hill repeats on my penny farthing - descending's a bit scary though!

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    Senior Member Pete Appleby 3's Avatar
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    Giant Anthem 29er

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    Senior Member Gasper's Avatar
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    2013 Specialized Roubaix Sport 105 equipped (mostly), with 25mm GP4S tyres. It's the only road bike I possess, and I go out on it 2-3 times a week. My mountain bike stays firmly in the shed.
    "Go forth and ride your bike". Courtesy of Me 2015.

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    Senior Member Pete Appleby 3's Avatar
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    Gasper it's good to get out on the MTB helps when you need that short burst of power, and that muddy trail is a good work out, don't forsake the MTB

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