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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:00 pm 
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Any more nice large pics keep it coming :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:41 pm 
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some more pics. :D

the bike now has spd pedals. rides a lot better now.


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Awesome pics mate whats it like now you got your new spds 8) bet its transformed :D


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Sorry to hear it's up for sale - cracking bike and wonderful restoration. What I love most is the fact that after all that hard work, you got it out on the trails and got it mucky. Pace were so far ahead of their game with this one. Doing my first retro build and the thought of having something that I won't use at the end of it is heart breaking, so I'll be firing it round Glentress first chance I get :wink:


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dongward wrote:
Sorry to hear it's up for sale - cracking bike and wonderful restoration. What I love most is the fact that after all that hard work, you got it out on the trails and got it mucky. Pace were so far ahead of their game with this one. Doing my first retro build and the thought of having something that I won't use at the end of it is heart breaking, so I'll be firing it round Glentress first chance I get :wink:


bikes like this just have to be ridden. to me whats the point of having something and not using it.
what are you restoring ?
you'll have to do a rstoration thread.
tbh if i didnt have the klein, i wouldnt even think of selling the pace.
i notice someone has just sold a fully restored rc100.
sad thing is in all the time the owner had it, it was never ridden.
hopefully my finances will turn very soon, and i get to keep the pace.
the pace now has a 1989 turbo saddle.


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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 8:20 pm 
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Here's hoping the tide of coinage changes soon then. This site should be called retrocrack - I seriously have a problem :shock: My build isn't a restoration - I'm embarking upon my first ever retro project so not quite ready to undertake such a labour of love. I will tag the thread to my profile. Early days yet but it's coming together - more a trip down memory lane.


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no longer for sale. :D


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i will soon be getting a merlin titanium frame. :D


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:54 pm 
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well its been nearly a year since i bought this bike, and due to cracks in the frame it has been split down & sold.
i had a few nice rides on her, but nothing lasts forever.
rip rc100. :cry:


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merlin yum yum
pretty sure you wont get any cracks in that...


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