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BoTM Winner / Gold Trader / Rider
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hallelujah to you Pickle!

.....X-mas is in the air....... :oops:


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Simple and classic, very nice 8)


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Looking good , but who said it was a stumpjumper . :lol:


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Enjoy. Stumpies are cool. Not sure what yours is, but stumpies are cool :wink: :lol: :lol:


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tyres aint working for me on that one fella
nice bike other than that tho

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Nice bike, I like it, but it's not making me smile as much as little pickle with the santa hat on...... a real cutie :D


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:13 pm 
Lincs AEC
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porkypaw wrote:
Nice bike, I like it, but it's not making me smile as much as little pickle with the santa hat on...... a real cutie :D


:lol:
The wife went shopping today and couldnt resist it :wink:


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Deputy National AEC
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Something about these early Specialised, I was admiring Ededwards one the other week and they look like proper no nonsense riding machines, the type you can hammer within an inch of it's life and it still wants more. I was'nt a fan BITD but think I might be now. Nice ride that.


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Lincs AEC
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Something about these early Specialised, I was admiring Ededwards one the other week and they look like proper no nonsense riding machines, the type you can hammer within an inch of it's life and it still wants more.


Amen :wink:


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Looks grand pickle.

Get the proper decals on and lose the white treads and it'll be bang on.


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