Pictures of your bike(s)

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Thornyone
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1993 Cannondale. The frame was nice but the components were budget stuff, so I upgraded over time.
1993 Cannondale. The frame was nice but the components were budget stuff, so I upgraded over time.
Thorn Sherpa (c.2012) This had some 350 miles on the clock when I got it second hand from SJS at quite a discount, and the fit is ideal for me. Now up to c. 37,000 miles. Recently fitted the bar ends off the Cannondale (old X-Lites). Got a new Vaude rack bag the other day which fits well despite the saddle height (!)
Thorn Sherpa (c.2012) This had some 350 miles on the clock when I got it second hand from SJS at quite a discount, and the fit is ideal for me. Now up to c. 37,000 miles. Recently fitted the bar ends off the Cannondale (old X-Lites). Got a new Vaude rack bag the other day which fits well despite the saddle height (!)
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nick12
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My 1998 diamondback Topanga.
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nick12
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2001 thorn brevet
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colin54
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I'm loving all these re-purposed mountain bikes.

That's virtually what this Dawes 1-Down framed bike is , I bought it with flat bars

and have had it with drops and back to flat bars ,I've just put it back to drops which I prefer,

it was originally designed to have drops.First picture is above Otley overlooking Wharfedale from Surprise

View the day after I bought it, and the second is at the ' Mammoth Bike Wash' above Hebden Bridge on

the way to Keighley the other day .It's a University of Bradford site actually, perhaps they found

Mammoth bones there, strange place to find it.It's extinct tusks are a bit like my extinct down tube

levers ,I've got some bar-end levers to try next, so hi-tech!

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Tinnishill
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Folding bike touring. Both 1998 Bromptons.

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yostumpy
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ImageIMG_0082 by mark tilley, on Flickr

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Here's 'Olive', my Ridgeback World Panorama Deluxe . It is truly my Do It All bike, I also have an audax bike, and a full sus MTB, but I haven't touched them in 2 years. This one bike does all I want from all of my bikes, I am so pleased with it, I need no other, but I'm reluctant to part with the others. :roll:

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here it is in MTB clothing, (26" wheels and Schwalbe landcruisers.)

ImageWP_20160805_17_19_57_Pro by mark tilley, on Flickr
I did also run it for a few months in 650 b mode.

Its not original anymore
spa nidd seat
Nitto SP72 Jaguar post
Nitto noodle bars
Easton 0 deg 100mm stem
TRP drilled levers
Shimano bar cons, in friction mode
Campag veloce front/ rear mech
Spa built wheels H plus Son TB14, with shimano DX hub and Schmidt dyno
Stronglight chainset 24 36 46
SKS longboard mudguards in 'LATTE'
Schwalbe Marathon Greenguard 32mm
HPX pump, stripped and polished
Wilkinsons polished bottle cages
Bonefishblues
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What were your impressions of it on the 650s?

Lovely colour/bike, btw!
Robzere31
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Bike clean this morning,

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100%JR
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^^^^^That is very nice^^^^^^^ :mrgreen:
You can't beat Black/Grey and White!!Looks a bit like the Canyon in my sig.
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Patrickpioneer
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My new old bike, Raleigh Sprint after my many mods to it. I snapped the chainstay on my old Peugeot, long may it rust in peace.
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Oldjohnw
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My very modest Raleigh Pioneer 140. Never let me down in 15 years.
My very modest Raleigh Pioneer 140. Never let me down in 15 years.
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Canuk
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Robzere31 wrote:Bike clean this morning,

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Thats very nice indeed. What wheels are you using?
colin54
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Canuk wrote:
What wheels are you using?


Very droll Canuk !

A lovely bike indeed tho', they're all lovely.
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Patrickpioneer
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This is my shopping bike, the frame was given to me by a member of C,U,K, and had served him well over many years.
I have tried to make it look as horrible as possible in the hope it will be left in peace while I am in the supermarket, well I can hope cant I
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Not mine but my sons new(2nd hand) Dolan Multi-X

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It's taken almost two years for him to decide he wants to try Cyclo-cross again.Getting his backside spanked in a fun CX/Track race on his MTB did the trick :lol: Managed to drop on this and do a deal outside Ebay and had a nice afternoon drive out to the Lincolnshire Wolds to pick it up.
His 4th(and last!) bike in 12 months :roll:
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