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Bike of The Year 2011 - Vote Now!
Poll ended at Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:00 pm
Jan 2011 Pre ’90 Special is Crantinope’s Kona Explosif 4%  4%  [ 13 ]
Feb 2011 is Sinnerman’s Dave Lloyd 8%  8%  [ 28 ]
Mar 2011 ‘Born in the USA’ Special is Bushpig’s 1981/2 Cunningham Indian 7%  7%  [ 23 ]
Apr 2011 is mr_ship’s 1994 Yeti ARC 10%  10%  [ 36 ]
May 2011 ‘Made In Canada ‘eh’ Special is Woody’s 1991 Rocky Mountain Blizzard 6%  6%  [ 22 ]
June 2011 is chowi’s 1992 Gilles Berthoud (joint winner) 9%  9%  [ 32 ]
June 2011is JustKev’s Yeti C-26 (joint winner) 8%  8%  [ 26 ]
July 2011 ‘Euro Special’ is Sinnerman’s 1990 Zinn Z-753 12%  12%  [ 42 ]
August 2011 is FMJ’s 1995 Brodie Sovereign (joint winner) 8%  8%  [ 26 ]
August 2011 is spesh’s 1987 Muddy Fox Courier (joint winner) 6%  6%  [ 20 ]
September 2011 ‘Neon Special’ is pete_mcc’s Klein Attitude Graffiti 5%  5%  [ 18 ]
October 2011 is ameybrook’s 1994-5 Yeti ARC 5%  5%  [ 18 ]
November 2011 ‘Made In Taiwan Special’ is makster’s 1987 Jamis Dakota Competition 1%  1%  [ 3 ]
December 2011 is hollister's Ritchey Team Comp 10%  10%  [ 36 ]
Total votes : 343
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Cunningham, Brodie or Zinn. The Cunningham and Zinn are 'complete'. The Brodie awaits its Brodie bar ends and therefore promises even more. The Brodie for me.


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Voted and not telling who for !! :D


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has to be the muddy for me. memories

thanks andy

ps when is he selling it to me


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ritchey for me


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Voted :D


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Blimey, 197 votes with 16 days to go!


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There is no other bike in that line up that says Bike of the year quite like the:

Ritchey Team Comp.

Handbuilt by Tom Ritchey, Fillet Brazed, N. Ca., Exotic but yet still attainable, Red in color, Team model, Steel, beautiful pictures and write up, Historical. Nice build.

Sigh..........

8) 8) 8) Simply the best....... 8) 8) 8)


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FMJ wrote:
I try to stay out of voting threads when one of my bikes is in it out of principle, but I can't resist with the audi-allroad vs. bmx4130crmo battle.

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For the record, I drive an Audi, and prefer steel, so I'm on the fence in this one. :D


:lol: great movie.

btw, I too prefer steel, and use to drive an audi, so I'll watch from atop your fence 8)

Bunch of nice bikes, but I'll go with one made of steel, hmmmm


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Voted.

Considering the basket case it was when he got it, Sinnerman's Dave Lloyd gets it for me. Fantastic restoration, even down to replicating the original style of paint. Just what this site is about for me. Top bombing!


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Muddy Fox Courier...Iconic. Great build 8)


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