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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:13 pm 
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Neither are inadmissible as its a special month....the red, white and blue one is rather apt though.

As in pick one out of the two you wish to enter and delete the other :)


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Duly edited :)


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mrkawasaki wrote:
1992 Dave Yates Diablo

1984'ish Andy Powell nee Overbury's

1984 Bob Jackson



Sheesh, rules in the OP, 1 entry 2 pics please :roll: :D


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Wasn't serious about entering... just pretend you haven't seen them!


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Sheesh indeed :D

1995 Orange P7 with Pace RC35MXCD forks............and a collie (and yes it was dark when I rode home)

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more here.......
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... ght=autumn

....and here.....
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... ght=orange

WOOF!


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i'll hoy this in if i can
its a pace so bits of it are british

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[quote="NeilM"]I know I entered this last month, but I SO like this bike, and the way it rides.

1990 Roberts White Spider.

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pedals neil ???? and a interesting gear ratio :D


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matthew71 wrote:
pedals neil ???? and a interesting gear ratio :D


Look at the second picture Matt, and also if you recall the British Steel ride, there maybe something vaguely familiar about the bike I was riding :roll:

I blame the drinking at Dave's wedding; obviously killed off a few too many brain cells :shock:


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plenty of drink a daves wedding, but i am tee total, and sober enough to see 8 speed cassette, vee brakes and modern tyre,s , saddle and wheels. thats enough to drive a man to drink on a 1990 classic


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matthew71 wrote:
plenty of drink a daves wedding, but i am tee total, and sober enough to see 8 speed cassette, vee brakes and modern tyre,s , saddle and wheels. thats enough to drive a man to drink on a 1990 classic


T total eh? Me too.

Your eyes deceive you, the Roberts does not have 8 speeds, it has NINE :twisted:

And you forgot the SRAM twist shifters.

Practicality and aesthetics in one sweet riding bike.


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