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 Post subject: Lapel Badges
PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 4:17 pm 
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The keyring thread got me rooting around and I came up with these.

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Top. Raleigh, Raleigh, Raleigh USA and Raleigh Lightweight.

Bottom Axis TT, DBR Racing, Sram, and Polaris.


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Top: Union of Irish Cyclists, Alesa, Mavic and Swatch

Bottom: Campagnolo and 3 from Rockshox


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1994 Grundig World Cup, Vail, Colorado, USA


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Never seen any of these before.


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 Post subject: Badges
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Where on earth did you manage to get all of those from they must be rarer than rocking horse poo ?


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I was Product manager at Raleigh Special Products and was given them by various companies. I guess I had a whole load at one time or another.


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bikemeister2000 wrote:
I was Product manager at Raleigh Special Products and was given them by various companies. I guess I had a whole load at one time or another.


And here's me been desperate to find info on my torus,if it is indeed that :? and to why it got out of the factory with the bottom bracket threads cut the wrong way round :shock: :shock:

Here's mine :D
I had 2 but gave one of my buyers a freebie :D


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:01 pm 
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dyna-ti wrote:
bikemeister2000 wrote:
I was Product manager at Raleigh Special Products and was given them by various companies. I guess I had a whole load at one time or another.


And here's me been desperate to find info on my torus,if it is indeed that :? and to why it got out of the factory with the bottom bracket threads cut the wrong way round :shock: :shock:

Here's mine :D
I had 2 but gave one of my buyers a freebie :D



Shit happens, what can I say :)


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Thats it

Shit happens :shock:

I was hoping for the full history and at least 2 humorous stories :cry:

Hang on...:? when exactly were you the boss? .if the dates coincide i can blame you :lol: :lol:


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bikemeister2000 wrote:
dyna-ti wrote:
bikemeister2000 wrote:
I was Product manager at Raleigh Special Products and was given them by various companies. I guess I had a whole load at one time or another.


And here's me been desperate to find info on my torus,if it is indeed that :? and to why it got out of the factory with the bottom bracket threads cut the wrong way round :shock: :shock:

Here's mine :D
I had 2 but gave one of my buyers a freebie :D



Shit happens, what can I say :)


The key point here is "if indeed it is that". My guess is as the threads are the wrong way round, then it could not possibly be a Torus. We had such a team of craftsmen at RSP back in the day. :wink:


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