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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 9:18 am 
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purplewicked wrote:
no one here is concerned w/ the handling of the bike. this is best woods bike ever made!
the majority of the posts worry about purple or not purple.
:roll: :roll: :roll:



by all accounts what you say about the ride is true :) but it is easier to appreciate the way a bike looks through the internet than how it rides, and theres nothing wrong with having a good looking bike that rides well too. :)


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 7:12 pm 
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Neil G wrote:
Lovely bike

TBH I'd be inclined to leave the disk off, they were more hassle than they were worth!


I'm inclined to agree mate, I bought it 'cause of a young lads memory of the sound of Tomac on the Pipeline at the world Cup – Newnham Park. From that perspective it's lived up to the dream. Think I'll get t fixed and hide it away for show-bike use.


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Crayons wrote:
Neil G wrote:
Lovely bike

TBH I'd be inclined to leave the disk off, they were more hassle than they were worth!


I'm inclined to agree mate, I bought it 'cause of a young lads memory of the sound of Tomac on the Pipeline at the world Cup – Newnham Park. From that perspective it's lived up to the dream. Think I'll get t fixed and hide it away for show-bike use.


that disc fits better on full speed ahead bikes. somehting like a Yeti maybe. not a woods bike..


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Crayons wrote:
Neil G wrote:
Lovely bike

TBH I'd be inclined to leave the disk off, they were more hassle than they were worth!


I'm inclined to agree mate, I bought it 'cause of a young lads memory of the sound of Tomac on the Pipeline at the world Cup – Newnham Park. From that perspective it's lived up to the dream. Think I'll get t fixed and hide it away for show-bike use.


:D

I had one for a while but it rarely came out (now on Gumps Mountain Goat).....sound was the dogs though :D


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Lovely build Crayons...like the look of the Mani's on there too :)

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