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Cool work. A bike that used to aspire to.


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Does anyone know how many of these were made?


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I like it a lot!


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Beautiful bike, amazing light in those photos!


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geez !!!

cant wait to complete mine


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Elev12k wrote:
Nice one 8) I spotted a quite similar specced one on a Swiss classified site recently.

I have one myself. Specced with Ti AS fork, Ti AS stem and carbon AS bars. The machined stainless steel seatclamp is about that heavy that it undoes all weightsaving gained with the nicely made (and expensive) frame :lol:


HI Kev..

did they ever make a ti post ?? i only managed to get a stem and a carbon bar.. searching for the forks n seatpost


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Starting to get like buses these things! :lol:


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Simod, i see you're in Exeter... will you be coming along to our SW meet on the Quantocks? http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... sc&start=0

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 1:43 pm 
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Sidekick416 wrote:
Elev12k wrote:
Nice one 8) I spotted a quite similar specced one on a Swiss classified site recently.

I have one myself. Specced with Ti AS fork, Ti AS stem and carbon AS bars. The machined stainless steel seatclamp is about that heavy that it undoes all weightsaving gained with the nicely made (and expensive) frame :lol:


HI Kev..

did they ever make a ti post ?? i only managed to get a stem and a carbon bar.. searching for the forks n seatpost


Yes and it was shite


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