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  1. #21
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    1998 Westwood T1300
    Still going strong after al these years

  2. #22
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    Enjoyed the wind both head and tail on the Madone 5.2 today. A pleasure as always.

  3. #23
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    I rode a Croix de Fer 20 a few days ago and then a Croix de Fer 30 - great bike and awesome bike respectively, but despite what the blurb says on Genesis' website, the 30 won't take full-length mudguards because of the (lack of) clearance between the front Shimano 105 derailleur cable puller and the fitted 35mm rear tyre - a mere 2 to 3mm gap. The only workarounds are to fit skinny (25mm or less) tyres or always ride the bike on the smaller chainring, not very practical on a cyclocross bike.

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    Well I am actually at work now But today I cycled on my folding bike, I use Dahon Speed UNO (http://www.foldingbikesguide.com/dah...ed-uno-review/), pretty lame I know but there good fun, and I can take it on the tube!

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    Senior Member Gasper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermanthegerman View Post
    Well I am actually at work now But today I cycled on my folding bike, I use Dahon Speed UNO (http://www.foldingbikesguide.com/dah...ed-uno-review/), pretty lame I know but there good fun, and I can take it on the tube!
    Good job Mr. Thegerman, I love a good foldie, there are some nice ones out there.
    "I am not Colin"

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    Cheers Gasper, and I agree! I am actually thinking of getting a Brompton, I just have to save for the next 6 months lol

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    Senior Member Gasper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermanthegerman View Post
    Cheers Gasper, and I agree! I am actually thinking of getting a Brompton, I just have to save for the next 6 months lol
    My neighbour has one, they are big money, I think he paid well over a grand for his.
    "I am not Colin"

  8. #28
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    I rode both my bikes. Racer in the morn, hybrid pm

  9. #29
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    I looked at both of mine but that was as far as I got!

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    Bianchi Hybrid boasting lights, frame bag and mud guards.

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