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PostPosted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 5:20 pm 
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Philippe

le download des images a partir de Mtb news est parfois impossible

un passage par un site comme photobucket ( a mon avis le meilleur pour le stockage d'image) serait pratique :wink:


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 Post subject: Groves
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:37 pm 
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Salut, some Grove parts
AGGRESSOR fork, and Grove bar
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Grove Hot Rods
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Grove AGGRESSOR fork Neon Solar
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Grove Hothead
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:48 pm 
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cchris2lou wrote:
Isnt Bill grove son registered on here ?

I am sure he is connected to Rody in some ways and they were discussing a re launch of the brand .


That would be cool if Bill Grove did a re-launch of the brand (especially since it would be nearby). But even if he doesn't I think it's worth noting that Rody and Hub have done a nice job carrying the torch with Groovy Cycleworks and Hubcap Cycles.


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sancho wrote:
cchris2lou wrote:
Isnt Bill grove son registered on here ?

I am sure he is connected to Rody in some ways and they were discussing a re launch of the brand .


That would be cool if Bill Grove did a re-launch of the brand (especially since it would be nearby). But even if he doesn't I think it's worth noting that Rody and Hub have done a nice job carrying the torch with Groovy Cycleworks and Hubcap Cycles.


Hi, i am completely agree with you
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PM me if they open up and start selling Hot-rod cranks again.

Do not PM me if they open up again and start selling 29" SS :evil:


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Wow guys, what a nice infusion of history in a single thread :D

Phillipe, you make me envious...and I've got a lot of Grove stuff laying about. Most of mine is pretty well ridden though :wink:

I'll have to do some rummaging in the boxes of old pics...gotta a shot of the some neat proto stuff, including a few AL X frames that never made it to the market.

Here's the only Ti X frame running around...just got done taking it for a ride :P

cheers,

rody

ps...thanks for tipping me off to the thread guys, I just don't get the time to browse for fun much any more


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Check out Felixdelrio's Blog - The Neon Solar Blog, he did several articles on Phillipe back in February of this year....one here of the man himself in his workshop >>> http://neonsolar.blogspot.com/2009_02_01_archive.html


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neilll wrote:
Check out Felixdelrio's Blog - The Neon Solar Blog, he did several articles on Phillipe back in February of this year....one here of the man himself in his workshop >>> http://neonsolar.blogspot.com/2009_02_01_archive.html


8) thanks for the link


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 Post subject: Groves
PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:46 pm 
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Salut,
thank you Rody for the great job you do.
Yesterday, in Dresden ( 250 km from Berlin)
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 Post subject: BOTM October 2009
PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:53 pm 
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Hi, thanks all who voted for the Grove.
I very proud to get this honor, and I'm very Happy that, after 18 years (the grove is from 1992, and it's nr° 3), Grove innovations still represent a symbol for innovations and beautiful work.
So much fine Bikes this month, it was a pleasure for me to participate
Greetings from Berlin
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