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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 6:27 pm 
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Watch out because the TRX is the lower range model. The best is the VRX. If someone is interested I have a 1994 model, in Columbus Genius.... Good nick


the frame he bought cannot really take a 80mm fork ? does it ?
should be 65mm max ?

and yours ?
pictures ? :wink:


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From the decals it looks like a recent model, so it might take a 80 mm fork.
I'll post some pics as soon as I'm back home and can attach some pics...

No wait there are some pics here

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... ght=scapin

buty stem saddle and handlebar were installed for my dad who wanted a comfy position for commuting. they ruin the look of the steed


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apparently it's back : http://cgi.ebay.de/SCAPIN-Pro-Race-MTB- ... 500wt_1182


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Damn, It's still there! :?


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Yep..embarrassingly had to pull out....due to dinging the car on the way to transfer the funds..doh....i have a large excess.

Seller was very understanding..my thanks to him for making the retraction painless... :oops:

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someone bought it this afternoon... i hope it's a retrobiker, i'd love to see it builtup :wink:


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It will be built up, but will, very quickly, be as muddy as God intended.
I've better things to do with my time than wash bikes! :D


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The frame arrived today! It really is beautifully made! :D It is, according to the frame logos, an "NR series". Anyone know where this fits in the line-up?
Ta, Nick


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piccies please :D


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piccies please :D
I'll try later... It's a bit dark and allyou see is a FLASH (a bit like me in the woods -riding that is :D )


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