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 Post subject: Re: Roberts dogs bolx
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:58 pm 
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ferrus wrote:
sinnerman wrote:
The spec on the above bike does suggest 91 and not 93

Campa Record OR brakes weren't released 'til '92 though..



There are anomaly's and the brakes shown could be Grafton, the side profile are very similar, these like the Ritchey Logic cranks did arrive in 91, but then the trade would have seen availability prior to the consumer, not knowing when the pic was taken doesnt help, if this is even the bike in question....We need a pic for sure.

Heres the uk Launch of the Campag group in 91 also Shown on a DOG BOLOX.


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 Post subject: Re: Roberts dogs bolx
PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:54 pm 
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A young Chas Roberts, looking very pleased. April 1991


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Justin's bike again before he upgraded it. so much nicer with the campag gear. I remember them taking up the bolx for when he rode the grundigs with blue Peter haha


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The top one sure was, when he rode for Team Xtreme...."SO" good when compared to the Fat Chance et al........... he refused to give it back.

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one of the few bikes that kinda stuck in memory. I'll have one one day........hopefully haha


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longun wrote:
Justin's bike again before he upgraded it. so much nicer with the campag gear.

Yeah, it wasn't really an upgrade was it.
With full Record OR, that has to be one of the best looking bikes ever. It's been indelibly etched in my memory since I first saw it too!


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ferrus wrote:
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Justin's bike again before he upgraded it. so much nicer with the campag gear.

Yeah I agree, it wasn't really an upgrade was it.
That DOGS' with full Record OR has to be one of the best looking bikes ever. It's been indelibly etched in my memory since I first saw it too!


especially not with lx brakes haha


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Why'd he do that??, the Campy's were lush!


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A little campag info, apologise for the crap pics.


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Hi. I've been in touch with Dave and asked him for pictures of the bike when he owned it. He has sent me two pics so far, unfortunately I can't make out the spec. I'm hoping that he will send more when he gets time. Sinnerman and others thankyou for also trying to find the spec (my Mrs thinks I'm crazy too, constantly looking for photos)


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