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Just saw one on eBay a Marin one in black with the roller


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JACKPOT!!!!

Just been to the parents house......................


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JACKPOT!!!!

Just been to the parents house......................


Now you've got to scan it ASAP ;)


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Hiya, first post.....please be gentle. I have 3 Gary Fishers from the last century which I've enjoyed fettling. However, I've always had a hankering for a DynaTech road bike. I've just taken the plunge and picked one up off the bay. I'm trying to find out a bit more about Dynatechs in general. For the life of me I can't seem to find out where they were made. Could someone please enlighten me. I thought they were made in the UK but my mate tells me they came from the Far East.......


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Hiya, first post.....please be gentle. I have 3 Gary Fishers from the last century which I've enjoyed fettling. However, I've always had a hankering for a DynaTech road bike. I've just taken the plunge and picked one up off the bay. I'm trying to find out a bit more about Dynatechs in general. For the life of me I can't seem to find out where they were made. Could someone please enlighten me. I thought they were made in the UK but my mate tells me they came from the Far East.......


Made in England! Only the aluminium m trax and RSP Frames were made in Taiwan.


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Thanks for that. Would youbhappen to know if there is any sort of forum dedicated to Raleigh or Dynatechs. I've got a Pashley Govenor and their forum is a really great source of info....


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As far as I am aware this is the best, I have two Dyna's one owned from new.

What do you want to know? Lots of Dyna fans on this web site and one/some factory engineer/s from the special products division I believe.


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Here's one - I think I should get rid of the Avid SD 7 brakes and/or levers, and replace them with some Cantilevers for a more appropriate look.

Now, I have no ideas about cantilevers, except the usual tales about them being difficult to set up.

What shall i go for to fit my MT4?

An old skool cantilever or a modern one?

Any suggestions?

I do like the look of the new Avid Shorty Ultimate's - but they seem to be geared towards Cyclocross - would they fit on my MT4? and which levers do they work with?

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