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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 4:46 am 
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My red brodie catalyst

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Hell yeah!!!! 8) 8)


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:42 am 
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Martin, awesome Brodie 8)


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 4:30 pm 
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Lovin' the Potts and Ritchey ..but the Breezer with those Vortex cranks! ...and now the Brodie....... :!:


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ameybrook wrote:
A lot of liberties being taken with this months' theme.

That Breezer is such a great-looking bike.

There's absolutely nothing retro or vintage about this bike.

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Really? Ok it's got discs and modern forks but I would say there is a fair bit of retro on it.


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Dont get me wrong, its a fine looking machine that I'm sure rides great. And I'm sure it can be argued (and has been) to death, but ultimately that's a modern bike. Non period correct parts on a modern frame doesn't make it vintage or retro. Just my $.02.


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ameybrook wrote:
Dont get me wrong, its a fine looking machine that I'm sure rides great. And I'm sure it can be argued (and has been) to death, but ultimately that's a modern bike. Non period correct parts on a modern frame doesn't make it vintage or retro. Just my $.02.


I'm no Pace expert but is an RC200 a modern frame? I thought the first version came out in the mid 90's. Not sure about the F6 though.


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ameybrook wrote:
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There's absolutely nothing retro or vintage about this bike.

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sorry but I'm disagree (..it may not always be cantilever)

I think this RC200 is from 97, it is beautifully designed, very beautiful color combination, I like it very well. :wink:

The first rc200 came in 1992 and was called only RC200 then came

rc200 f2 1993
rc200 f5 1996
rc200 f6 1997


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Stop quoting that Pace, I'm tired of looking at it already.

Quote the Slingshot or Brodie.


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rumpfy wrote:
Stop quoting that Pace, I'm tired of looking at it already.

Quote the Slingshot or Brodie.


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rumpfy wrote:
Stop quoting that Pace, I'm tired of looking at it already.

Quote the Slingshot or Brodie.


or my bike!!!lol


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