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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2009 12:20 pm 
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Sold subject to payment and collection, Thanks Lee


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beagle wrote:
I have that exact same frame (colour, size, everything) and it's one of my favourite bikes ever. They ride nice those Holdsworthys.


Cool wish I had the time and the energy to get it back to former glory, hopefully the new buyer will enjoy it


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:32 pm 
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flynn160603 wrote:
beagle wrote:
I have that exact same frame (colour, size, everything) and it's one of my favourite bikes ever. They ride nice those Holdsworthys.


Cool wish I had the time and the energy to get it back to former glory, hopefully the new buyer will enjoy it


It doesn't need too much doing to it, sometimes a bit of age makes it look better! Some Salmon mudguards and new bar tape is probably all I'll do to it.

Eastsidebikes, check out my other wanted ad on veloriders, someone is getting rid of a Dave Marsh... http://www.veloriders.co.uk/phpBB2/view ... 37#1152037


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Thought I'd post up after the first on it today (I know, but we've had crazy ice up here until last week). Did 30 miles round the southside of Glasgow and can't believe how well it rides - probably one of the best handling bikes I've ridden, despite it being not exactly lightweight.

If and when I get somewhere with a garage I'll definitely be restoring it. Until then it remains how it is above, except with a brown Spoon saddle and mudguards.


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