I drooled as well, but they were mental expensive back in the day.. so getting a chance to own one when i"d put a few years on was great!
I bought is as a bit of a missmatch wreck.. but with a good frame I spent a lot of time and moolah making it right again.. wouldn't risk chipping the paintwork so only swoopy concrete whilst I owned it.. very interesting ride..
Then a nice man from the bike museum in Holland bought it off me to display over there.. so I'm pretty chuffed with that. No better home.
I like my bikes like i like my women.
Quirky, a little mad, and crazy off road
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