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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:37 am 
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Nominations only just open and some lovely looking machines already, particularly the aptly named TiFat's Ti Fat which is just so.

Reckon I'd better sort out a cannon fodder entry (as always).


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Got to love the wicked sweet as the proverbial nut.


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Not only grey and grey and grey :( , i need shining colours :lol:

Klein Attitude Team USA, 1990:

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Greets from Germany :wink:


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A Ti Phoenix and a Team USA Attitude! Good month already!


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mechagouki wrote:
A Ti Phoenix and a Team USA Attitude! Good month already!



And 3 FAT's and counting....


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Bushpig that looks awesome.

That bike looks sweet also. WTB.........

That picture is just an inspiration to get out and do some fall riding.


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Concours Judge
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With all respect, but I see some bikes that, while being very nice, consist of 90+% modernish material. I do see that the regulations do not foresee in that, but it is obvious that they won't get my vote.


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Octsoc wrote:
Okay, let me try one more time and that'll be it...this is my last rideable bike anyway.

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This is retro? I don't remember that brand from bitd...perhaps I'm mistaken.

Hmmm, cool stuff...will I have time to enter a Ti bike too :wink:

I love it when i can vote Fat :D


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:03 pm 
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Blast from the past. (ok, maybe more like a little Creampuff) A true time capsul. Might not be made of some exotic material, but I challenge you to find a scratch on that baby blue paint.

1988 IBIS. Look close, all vintage, no retro. Only upgrade here is the big step up to some first gen clipless pedals. The rest is all 88 proper.



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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2009 4:33 pm 
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Ti is nice on a set of wheels but I agree with SYN-CROSSIS about 'grey, grey, grey'....

So with that in-mind, and being a 'steel-wheels' fan, I'd like to nominate my 1990 Raleigh Dyna-Tech 2070 in team colours of the time. Ordered it from the Raleigh SPD and asked for it in the team colours, then transferred the Campag Centaur MTB equipment from my Overburys' Pioneer onto it. Fitted a Girvin Flexstem as they where de-rigeur at the time and had it sprayed to match the team yellow of the frame tubes. Full specs' here http://www.retrobike.co.uk/gallery2/mai ... emId=50297

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Used on the road also, hence the rear Vistalight :oops:


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