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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 5:55 pm 
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This is from a guy (gruenbär @ mtb-news.de) from Germany who has built that TI-bike for his little daughter...any questions 8) :D
The coolest thing I have ever seen :shock: I wish I only had some of these parts :(


I'ts just beautiful :!: :!: :!: , I'd love that for my youngest daughter and the adult version for me.


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:shock: That is too cool. My 5 year old son would love that... Awesome. His bike isn't too shabby but thats just plain showing off.


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I'm sure I saw years ago in one of the MTB magazines a bloke who had built a Manitou bike for his kid (I'm guessing he was big in Manitou). Light weight, strong, perfectly proportioned - just small!


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:01 pm 
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orange71 wrote:
I'm sure I saw years ago in one of the MTB magazines a bloke who had built a Manitou bike for his kid (I'm guessing he was big in Manitou). Light weight, strong, perfectly proportioned - just small!


It still probably has a cracked headtube :lol:


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Reminds me of one of Jezzas Trimbles ;)


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Reminds me of one of Jezzas Trimbles


except the kiddies bike looks like it gets ridden! I'll go and hide now, something to do with stones and glass houses.....


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:31 am 
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Being a Klein fan, this has got to be the coolest kids bike in the world:

http://wundel.com/klein_besuch.html

Take a look at the bottom of the page. It's the bomb.

Pinguwin


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:06 am 
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The kids probbaly faster than me too ;)


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