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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:54 pm 
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I´ll go with my Tracer
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Quit the brown nosing, not interested in reviews, just looks boring to me !


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:01 pm 
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I personnaly dont care who likes or hates my bikes, im sure there is bikes you like and dont like in the retro BOTM, but im sure the owners of them all like there own bikes more than any other, isnt that the idea!! why would anyone buy a bike they did not like.
So say what you want about my Cube, it really doesnt bother me, im in a 1998 ONWARDS BOTM which is correct for my Cube so there!!, if you dont like it dont vote, its not the winning its the taking part that counts, especially on what is meant to be close nit forum :? :?

Be carefull Shamus, the Tracer has a gusset!!!!! :lol: :lol: Nice bike mate


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Oh the irony of a member of the Ragley Owners Club dissing an Independent Fabrications DeLuxe.
Muppets. :roll:


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..and I suggest you cool your heels a little.


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ajantom wrote:
Just got back from a late afternoon/night ride on this, and took some photos. So serendipity says I should enter it :wink:

Global Ti Softail.....
.....with USE SUB forks, Use/Mavic front wheel, Hope XC rear, Hope Open 2 brakes, Hope stem, Middleburn RS7s, Royce BB, Brooks Pro saddle.

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Like this,It reminds me of spring heeled jack 8)


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Oh the irony of a member of the Ragley Owners Club dissing an Independent Fabrications DeLuxe.
Muppets. :roll:


But his IF does look naff, a bit thrown together (a bit like my bikes ;)) and not pleasing to the eye.
Tyres certainly detract from it and the seatpost doesn't go with the rest of it
(I can of course read the passage under it, but until then it is well ugly)


I don't understand why there are complains of people commenting on the bikes. That is part of Bike of the Month, say it as you see it, it's a competition albeit still for some fun.
I'll be voting for the one I like the most.
Hell I've not voted for some nice bikes because the cables have been to long or the the severe crime of no pedals on it.

and yes I have seen a CUBE and ridden one, it was a terrible experience ;)
[I had just buggered my hand and it was much comfier than my old bike to ride and i needed to get to some purple cafe, but you didn't here me say that right ;) ]


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Dr S wrote:
Oh the irony of a member of the Ragley Owners Club dissing an Independent Fabrications DeLuxe.
Muppets. :roll:


But his IF does look naff, a bit thrown together (a bit like my bikes ;)) and not pleasing to the eye.
Tyres certainly detract from it and the seatpost doesn't go with the rest of it
(I can of course read the passage under it, but until then it is well ugly)


I don't understand why there are complains of people commenting on the bikes. That is part of Bike of the Month, say it as you see it, it's a competition albeit still for some fun.
I'll be voting for the one I like the most.
Hell I've not voted for some nice bikes because the cables have been to long or the the severe crime of no pedals on it.

and yes I have seen a CUBE and ridden one, it was a terrible experience ;)
[I had just buggered my hand and it was much comfier than my old bike to ride and i needed to get to some purple cafe, but you didn't here me say that right ;) ]


I agree the IF does look naff +1


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FluffyChicken wrote:
Dr S wrote:
Oh the irony of a member of the Ragley Owners Club dissing an Independent Fabrications DeLuxe.
Muppets. :roll:


But his IF does look naff, a bit thrown together (a bit like my bikes ;)) and not pleasing to the eye.
Tyres certainly detract from it and the seatpost doesn't go with the rest of it
(I can of course read the passage under it, but until then it is well ugly)


I don't understand why there are complains of people commenting on the bikes. That is part of Bike of the Month, say it as you see it, it's a competition albeit still for some fun.
I'll be voting for the one I like the most.
Hell I've not voted for some nice bikes because the cables have been to long or the the severe crime of no pedals on it.

and yes I have seen a CUBE and ridden one, it was a terrible experience ;)
[I had just buggered my hand and it was much comfier than my old bike to ride and i needed to get to some purple cafe, but you didn't here me say that right ;) ]


cheers Ben.

Anyhow expressing opinions and discussion is fine. Let's just keep it civil.


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