Pictures of your bike(s)

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Modestas
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My hybrid bike Pegasus Premio SL (a little custom) with Nexus8. :lol: I love him.
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reohn2
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PH wrote:New workbike, Deliveroo/Just Eat, well new frameset and front rim the rest moved over from it's written off predecessor. Pretty pleased so far, a couple of weeks, stable and smooth, the right tool for the job. I'd rather have not needed the tensioner, but couldn't find a frame that met the other criteria and price that didn't need it.
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I'm liking that!
What's the seatpost?
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reohn2 wrote:
PH wrote:New workbike,

I'm liking that!
What's the seatpost?

It's the Planet X/Velo orange one, depending on how much you want to spend. I have them from both in black and polished silver, there's nothing not to like if you want a lay back seatpost.
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PH wrote:
reohn2 wrote:
PH wrote:New workbike,

I'm liking that!
What's the seatpost?

It's the Planet X/Velo orange one, depending on how much you want to spend. I have them from both in black and polished silver, there's nothing not to like if you want a lay back seatpost.

Thanks,I didn't recognise it from the photo.
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bri7800
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Brevatto single speed.
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You accusing him of having nicked your bike mercalia?
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Sweep wrote:You accusing him of having nicked your bike mercalia?



no just looked is still in my hallway. I wouldnt be seen dead riding a Raleigh
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deliquium wrote:Summer 2014. On the Cob Porthmadog. Regular local route. 1992 Longstaff tourer + 1970's Carradice Nelson Longflap

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Just catching up with this thread after several months. There are some gorgeous bikes on here but the photos that really appeal to me are ones like this, which show the bike being used. Beautiful scenery or interesting setting a bonus.
brownie17
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Perspective ! :)

They aren`t big at all.
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‘Tis nearly dusk but time enough to do my favourite circuit.
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peetee wrote:‘Tis nearly dusk but time enough to do my favourite circuit.
Carn Brea?

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my SM-T725 using hovercraft full of eels.
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bryan.fanson1 wrote:
peetee wrote:‘Tis nearly dusk but time enough to do my favourite circuit.
Carn Brea?

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my SM-T725 using hovercraft full of eels.

Yep
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peetee wrote:
bryan.fanson1 wrote:
peetee wrote:‘Tis nearly dusk but time enough to do my favourite circuit.
Carn Brea?

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my SM-T725 using hovercraft full of eels.

Yep

Viewed from the Great Flat Lode?
peetee
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Yep. Bassett mines to the south of Carnkie.
There was a time when I could ride from one end of the Carn to the other without putting a foot down. It’s too eroded and i’m too wizened now.
You local?
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