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 Post subject: Chesini Olimpiade
PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 1:53 pm 
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Excuse these quick pics...I was hoping for snow and tinsel to go with the red and white theme :)

Weird, struggling to photo this ( am pretty rubbish with a camera...) I think it's the very white saddle and bottle :? :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:16 pm 
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Here is my 1984 Pinarello Montello with Campag 50th Group.

More details here: http://www.lejog4amr.co.uk/pinarello/my-montello.shtml

Or here.

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=228866

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Edit I removed the additional photos as I was unaware there was a limit of two. Sorry.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 11:26 pm 
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My 1980's Peugeot Course PFN10 with Vitus 172 - Yes I know the crank cap cover is missing. Other than that all present and correct, except the rims obviously.
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Normally get the poll up around the 20th.


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Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:


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Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:


Get out of here! The very first bike floats my boat as these bikes were used when men were MEN Image


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Ian Raleigh wrote:
Spokesmann wrote:
Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:


Get out of here! The very first bike floats my boat as these bikes were used when men were MEN Image


:?: :?: :?: :?: the gloves are off :wink:
it has new fangled things called gears.... :shock:
Now real MEN never had them things :lol: :lol:
Fairly new at 1949/50 :mrgreen:


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Ian Raleigh wrote:
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Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:


Get out of here! The very first bike floats my boat as these bikes were used when men were MEN Image


What drivel! :facepalm:


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bagpuss wrote:
Ian Raleigh wrote:
Spokesmann wrote:
Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:


Get out of here! The very first bike floats my boat as these bikes were used when men were MEN Image


:?: :?: :?: :?: the gloves are off :wink:
it has new fangled things called gears.... :shock:
Now real MEN never had them things :lol: :lol:
Fairly new at 1949/50 :mrgreen:


My Uncle Ron Holley ( 243 miles on a fixed in a 12 hour TT in '53 ) told me recently that they all thought 'derailleurs were for ponces' when they first appeared at club rides :)


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Spokesmann wrote:
Ian Raleigh wrote:
Spokesmann wrote:
Bagpuss for the double. :xmas-wink:

Get out of here! The very first bike floats my boat as these bikes were used when men were MEN Image

What drivel! :facepalm:

Mean't to be only a bit of fun you know :roll:


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