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PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:35 pm 
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FluffyChicken wrote:
Looks nice and loving the proper old bikes. Only see them in our local museum.
Would Bygone want a Retrobike MTB little show next year to widen the breadth of bikes. I'm sure some of us have some fully period 80s/early 90s bikes.

Couldn't make it yesterday as the wife went ti see Kaberet. exactly!


Yes, Tony the organiser says that it is a Bike Show, not just a Classic or Vintage one so good clean interesting MTB's should be (will be!) welcomed. There are unfortunately those in the Veteran, Vintage and Classic field who still think that mountain biking is a passing phase and that MTB's are not worth considering but it's about time they WOKE UP!

Let's give them the kick up the *rs* they need!


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