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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 1:23 pm 
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For the record, my comment about the pedals was made "tongue-in-cheek". Nothing I post on this site is ever too serious. :lol: Even without pedals, the bikes (Attitudes and Cannondales) are a feast for the eyes. 8)


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gm1230126 wrote:

@Shamus...good God man stop sniveling, you can't tell the rest of us that you don't have a couple extra pair of pedals lying around you could have bent over and threaded them in a total of 46 seconds according to Jupke and then you would have been following the rules.


Do you have a attitude problem? :shock:
Have I done something wrong to you? I have not complained of anything.

Maybe I will need to take Kleins of this month then... and you can show other half of your GT´s too :wink:


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John wrote:
FWIW I find the modern 'freeride' rig which nobody seems to have noted more upsetting than a lack of pedals.

My decsion stands for this month only. I will allow entries without pedals. Looks through the pics and you will see three entries with bikes missing pedals, not just Samu's Kleins. Please remember this is meant to be a bit of fun after all.


23 seconds to get them ridable


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Gah! Only just found my camera...hope this stays open for submissions until the weekend...I have a blinder of a shot planned out!.


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JeRkY wrote:
Gah! Only just found my camera...hope this stays open for submissions until the weekend...I have a blinder of a shot planned out!.


Rob,

will certainly be well into next week before the poll goes up.


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legrandefromage wrote:

23 seconds to get them ridable



LGF, are the middle set Lowfat Comps? If so, please forward them stateside...been looking for a set of those for forever :wink:




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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:22 pm 
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Three generations of EWR. Early Original Woods in the background, new Original Woods to the left and the E-Motion. 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:29 pm 
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Three generations of EWR. Early Original Woods in the background, new Original Woods to the left and the E-Motion. 8)


Got my vote :) Lovely!


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 5:42 pm 
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Jupke wrote:
utahdog2003 wrote:
Three generations of EWR. Early Original Woods in the background, new Original Woods to the left and the E-Motion. 8)


Got my vote :) Lovely!


i'd have to agree that composition-wise, this is by far the best pictured trio. ;)

from framing the shot, setup and layout to colour! all orange! :shock:

good effort but into this mate! 8)


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Thanks guys! :D


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