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  1. #101
    Join Date: Sep 2018

    Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

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    Another day with the bike

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  2. #102
    Join Date: May 2012

    Location: Dagenham Essex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primare View Post
    Another day with the bike

    I see no bike I see a car wheel
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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  3. #103
    Join Date: Jun 2014

    Location: Chorley Lancs

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    That's what happens when you chain your bike to a sunflower...Beware Greeks with secateurs.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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  4. #104
    Join Date: Sep 2018

    Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    I see no bike I see a car wheel
    The car is ruing the picture. Just because of the super wide iPhone screen 😊
    Tomorrow will make picture of the bike, I promise.
    Pioneer:
    PLC-590, RT-909, 707, CT-F1250, 900, 750, 700, T-C3, P-D1, TX-7800,
    U-24, SR-303, SG-9800, SA-7800, SX-750, DT-400, HPM-100
    Nakamichi: BX300e, BX125, BX 1, CD4

  5. #105
    Join Date: Sep 2018

    Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

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    Here is the bike - basic Scott Sub 40



    Pioneer:
    PLC-590, RT-909, 707, CT-F1250, 900, 750, 700, T-C3, P-D1, TX-7800,
    U-24, SR-303, SG-9800, SA-7800, SX-750, DT-400, HPM-100
    Nakamichi: BX300e, BX125, BX 1, CD4

  6. #106
    Join Date: Feb 2011

    Location: Liverpool, Merseyside.

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    I'm Ben.

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    I've just bought the Mrs this. It's a calibre rake 29, pretty cheap but gets great reviews and in all honesty it does not feel a lot less than my trek which was twice the price. Anyway it will be perfect as an entry point for my wife to start getting out into the countryside with me.

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    Jelco SA-750 & AT150 MLX,
    Firebottle modded Tron Convergence,
    Jungson JA-88 amp,
    JBL L50 Speakers.
    M2tech Young dac.

  7. #107
    Join Date: Sep 2018

    Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

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    This bike is quite good for a start.
    These are our MTBs - basic Scotts but more than enough for our needs and way of use.

    Pioneer:
    PLC-590, RT-909, 707, CT-F1250, 900, 750, 700, T-C3, P-D1, TX-7800,
    U-24, SR-303, SG-9800, SA-7800, SX-750, DT-400, HPM-100
    Nakamichi: BX300e, BX125, BX 1, CD4

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