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PostPosted: Sat Feb 28, 2009 9:52 pm 
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Location: No brakes? Way to commit soldier.
Thought I'd drag up this old post to remind people what its all about :wink:


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Elev12k wrote:

Pace possibly? Think it is great and quirky, but not a revolution.



Got to dissagree with you there. Duncan and Adrian's design pre dates Gary Fishers Genesis geometry....and also the aheadset design.
I do feel that there are many small designs which small companys have done in the past which have been adopted or thought up by others who have more clout who have then been hailed as pioneers of the design.

I'm not bitter or owt.... but I scribbled down a the current Marin/Whyte quad linkage design 8 years ago! :(


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Ooops move on!


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What about the Formula One? Wasn't it one of the early Monocoque carbon full sussers?

Some great bikes there- I will own a Cunningham one day!!

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Does anyone have a copy of this magazine or know the date in which it came out?
I would love to get hold of one.

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Does anyone have a copy of this magazine or know the date in which it came out?
I would love to get hold of one.

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'BIKE' magazine.

December '05.

I don't have a copy though I'm afraid.

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Thankyou. I will start looking.


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Thankyou. I will start looking.


I've been looking. Might have a lead on one.


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Huge thanks to Andy (Nayfinesse) who knocked on my door last night whilst i took a shower, and handed my wife a pristine copy of this magazine.

Now to start looking for the bikes within :wink:

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