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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 8:12 am 
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I have bought my ultimate bike a couple of months ago. It is a Dekerf Implant Ti. Sadly though, I haven't got a proper picture of the bike...

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Don't you just love it when someone posts an incredibly long link that makes of the rest of the thread a pain to view.
Its even better when someone quotes it on the next page to f*** that up too.
Hey, heres an idea, lets quote the long link on every page on this thread!

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 8:35 am 
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Dr S wrote:
Don't you just love it when someone posts an incredibly long link that makes of the rest of the thread a pain to view.
Its even better when someone quotes it on the next page to f*** that up too.
Hey, heres an idea, lets quote the long link on every page on this thread!

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I feel the dsame about oversize pics! :twisted: I can manage scrolling up and down , but left - right, too, gets me angry. :evil:


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:31 pm 
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Location: KEEPING THEM SAFE FROM HARM, ANYWAY I CAN....!
.........i just like it....!!!! and 953 too. 8)


http://www.engincycles.com/bicycles/off-road-bicycles


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So who is making efforts to get their dream bike?


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kaiser wrote:
So who is making efforts to get their dream bike?


i done it this year and its bloody expensive (for me anyway) but worth it....but once you have it, it can still be a downfall as i have found out........almost selling mine at a couple of points when my mind is at unrest!


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kaiser wrote:
So who is making efforts to get their dream bike?


I had my dream bike in 2009, the new Ibis mojo. But in 2010 I discovered this place and decided I had to have another of my dream bikes, my RC300 :D

Now, as 2011 approaches, I find myself dreaming of classic titanium 8). Thats why theres currently a 93 Merlin en route from Noo Joisey to my house :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

It'll be soup for lunch and beans on toast for dinner for the next month or two but I'm sure it'll be worth it.


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One of these will actually be build for me soon. A project by Bill Grove and Rody Walter (Groovy).
Grove X-frame 29er Titanium -Belt Drive-:
My frame will have different paint and splitting drop-outs for the belt,


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YES! & WOW!

Retro I'd like a Grove & modern I'd like a new Foes. Not that unobtainable really, we'll see what happens!


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My dream bike I would have to build, as I believe it does not exist, but features all the things over the years that to me have made sense for my kind of riding.

This would include hub gears, e-stay frame, disc brakes and a few other ideas, as my interest is the perfect bike for the UK where I ride.

But as to bike porn exactly, I will not post due to this website's terms of service, although I believe it was featured on Euro Trash at one point and the singer Marilyn Manson's wife had one. :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:04 am 
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Whyte PRST 1, absolutely love them. In the process of saving for one, might have to sell off the marin and my project frames but it would be worth it!


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