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PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:32 am 
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There'll be cakes, no fear!

Get it lashed together (or bring something else), you can always fine tune the build later - what's missing?


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:47 am 
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With it being Christmas there will be cakes, mince pies, mulled wine and some beer I would've thought.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:38 pm 
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elPedro666 wrote:
There'll be cakes, no fear!

Get it lashed together (or bring something else), you can always fine tune the build later - what's missing?


cakes :)

For the P7 I'm waiting on a chainring and stem which are in the post...

My fisher is ridable but it's presently wearing road slicks, rack and mudguards. I could convert it back to an off roader for one ride. Time to lock myself in the garage....


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Spibblo wrote:
chainring and stem which are in the post...


Packing now if you want me throw in contingency items just in case the post is delayed? Chainrings especially are a speciality around here! :roll: :lol:


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elPedro666 wrote:
Spibblo wrote:
chainring and stem which are in the post...


Packing now if you want me throw in contingency items just in case the post is delayed? Chainrings especially are a speciality around here! :roll: :lol:



packing allready :shock: , i suppose you need the time to get the hair straighteners on the wiggo facial hair tribute :lol:


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elPedro666 wrote:
Spibblo wrote:
chainring and stem which are in the post...


Packing now if you want me throw in contingency items just in case the post is delayed? Chainrings especially are a speciality around here! :roll: :lol:


I can get around these things, it's a 1 inch ahead stem I'm waiting but I have a collar & 1 1/8 I can use.

keep you posted on my progress

was it the push-push sti's you wanted me to bring?


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i would have loved to get out on this one, but my brakes are playing up on my car.
i'll be out in the new year.
have a good one.
look forward to the eftermath.


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You ain't having much luck recently Jeff :( can you get a train to somewhere close? Or Wolverhampton (where I am for Xmas) and I'll pick you up at the station?


Spibblo, it was/is, although I may have mine working now, not 100% sure :? If it's no bother to chuck them in the car that'd be grand, cheers! :D


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longun wrote:
if its the same as all the other retrobike rides, were only as fast as the last rider, more banter and fun than head down ass up :D


That's only needed when EdEdwards is on the ride...


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:56 pm 
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I'd like to join in as Cannock is my local spot but the SX is out of action due to a knackered free hub and I don't think I'll make it round on the Tazer!

Have fun though...I would have been free too.


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