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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:57 pm 
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and another Marin! 1996 Team Marin made by Taiwan's finest craftsmen and they did a cracking job cos it rides great! :D


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i tried to read the whole topic but these taiwan bikes hurt my eyes and i had to skip to page 7.

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Yeti 575 Annaversary Di2
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Where do you think these were made?


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I would throw my leg over a bunch of these bikes, with pleasure :wink:


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MikeD wrote:
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Yeti 575 Annaversary Di2
Specialized m5 S Works


Where do you think these were made?


I forgot a out them. But technically they were from the USA due to the fact that the yeti is finished in the USA and the tubing is from the USA. And the specialized belongs now to my wife.

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any123 wrote:
i tried to read the whole topic but these taiwan bikes hurt my eyes and i had to skip to page 7.

thanks andy


Thanks for your comment; any other insightful, constructive input to share? :roll:


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any123 wrote:
MikeD wrote:
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Yeti 575 Annaversary Di2
Specialized m5 S Works


Where do you think these were made?


I forgot a out them. But technically they were from the USA due to the fact that the yeti is finished in the USA and the tubing is from the USA. And the specialized belongs now to my wife.

Thanks andy


Technically, it seems you are using the work, "technically", incorrectly. A blushing emoticon would've been a better follow-up to MikeD's ownage.
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any123 wrote:
i tried to read the whole topic but these taiwan bikes hurt my eyes and i had to skip to page 7.

thanks andy


Thanks for your comment; any other insightful, constructive input to share? :roll:


i have a muddy fox explorer if that helps me get off the hook for my comment.

thanks andy


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any123 wrote:
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any123 wrote:
i tried to read the whole topic but these taiwan bikes hurt my eyes and i had to skip to page 7.

thanks andy


Thanks for your comment; any other insightful, constructive input to share? :roll:


i have a muddy fox explorer if that helps me get off the hook for my comment.

thanks andy


Not really it was Japanese made I think :D

Carl.


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drcarlos wrote:
any123 wrote:
Rumble wrote:
any123 wrote:
i tried to read the whole topic but these taiwan bikes hurt my eyes and i had to skip to page 7.

thanks andy


Thanks for your comment; any other insightful, constructive input to share? :roll:


i have a muddy fox explorer if that helps me get off the hook for my comment.

thanks andy


Not really it was Japanese made I think :D




Carl.


Same sort of area lol


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