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    I want those sweet cherries

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    Looks like great road bike territory that
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    I admit it, it's so damn good! following Alan on the downs, just getting a feel

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    Forget that I'm taking bluronce lmao! Xr4 love a bit of grade a road chip
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    Comfort and vista's Chaz. Comfort and vista's.
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    So, I've been trying dry lube again.
    I gave my squirt away after falling out with it.
    This time I've gone for the new mucoff c3 dry.

    It says it's good for damp conditions, which is a bonus.

    It also comes with a UV torch, and the oil has a UV dye so you can check you've got everywhere.
    Tacky? Probably.
    Cool? Yes!



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    Choices choices.

    So I bid on a set of sektor and lost out I bid 70 they jumped to 155 then the next day I bought some pike u turns for 110 and spent £23 on a new set of seals which Im awaiting in the post. The following day I get a second chance offer on the sectors at the 70 I bid. The sektor are 15mm maxle and super light. I've heard you can add revelations parts to them so gonna service them (although they are mint condition seals and bushes spot on) and throw the sektor on yvetti and put the pikes on amys coiler

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    Some more pics for you all of the cona build almost finished it.

    I thought I would replace the hoses on the elixir for her as I'd done them on yvetti. The hoses are about £12.99 for 3mtr and the fittings on shimano are £8 for the avid it cost the same for hoses but £18 for the fittings. I need to get her a shorter stem for the Kona but otherwise everything else is all purchased. Will strip and rebuild the pikes before they go on it. The guy said they had been serviced, but I don't trust someone I don't know to service them properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by {SAS}TB View Post
    Also gives me the chance to probe around the wife's rear end

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    Was in Waitrose earlier and bagged me four boxes of these



    56p each - bargain !

    Then had a fettle with Bronwyn

    Bit of a clean



    Logo decal appolied to top tube



    Grey Decals



    Nekkid Rims



    Yellow decals



    Black and Yellow Bronwyn


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    Nice I like it

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    Cheers mate

    My Mrs is wanting to get a bike so we can go for family rides and had a quick look for a cheapish / half decent bikes and came across this abomination



    Just what ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by {SAS}TB View Post
    Cheers mate

    My Mrs is wanting to get a bike so we can go for family rides and had a quick look for a cheapish / half decent bikes and came across this abomination



    Just what ..........
    Wow that is just wow. They're aren't the words to describe it properly. I expect coiler to sell his bike and buy one immediately.

    Finished building the coiler up for the wife, with temporary forks on it and it's too tall need to shorten her seat post down for her.

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    Bikes looking good there Dan

    Nice ride (and pics!) JTD

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    Quote Originally Posted by {SAS}TB View Post
    Nice ride (and pics!) JTD
    I have to take pics if i don't take my photographer
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    Also gives me the chance to probe around the wife's rear end

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