About as non-standard as you can get...

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About as non-standard as you can get...

Postby kwackers » 28 Jul 2008, 9:47am


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Postby byegad » 28 Jul 2008, 11:50am

How rude!

But at least we now know where little tricycles come from! :D :D :D

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Postby reohn2 » 28 Jul 2008, 12:15pm

byegad wrote:How rude!

But at least we now know where little tricycles come from! :D :D :D


Looks like a bad accident to me :?

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Postby Yorkshireman » 28 Jul 2008, 4:26pm

Chain looks a bit slack ... and where are the mudguards (and 'flaps) :roll:
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Postby reohn2 » 28 Jul 2008, 5:07pm

Yorkshireman wrote:Chain looks a bit slack ... and where are the mudguards (and 'flaps) :roll:


Quite right its a disgrace! :?

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Postby byegad » 28 Jul 2008, 8:17pm

reohn2 wrote:
byegad wrote:How rude!

But at least we now know where little tricycles come from! :D :D :D


Looks like a bad accident to me :?


How do you know what Mrs byegad says in the privacy of our bedroom????

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Postby Mick F » 28 Jul 2008, 8:33pm

Does the thing have any brakes?
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Postby kwackers » 28 Jul 2008, 8:41pm

Mick F wrote:Does the thing have any brakes?


Possibly not, but it does look to have pedal reflectors!

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Postby Wildduck » 29 Jul 2008, 10:24am

But the most important question is....

...can it take a single pannier? :wink:
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Postby Cunobelin » 30 Jul 2008, 8:10am

Wildduck wrote:But the most important question is....

...can it take a single pannier? :wink:


I spotted it - parading the single pannier disguised as a box is not going to fool anyone......

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Postby Wildduck » 30 Jul 2008, 8:26am

Ah, there's no catching you out!
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Postby Woody » 30 Jul 2008, 10:52am

Surely thats a child seat on the back?

I particularly like the spare wheel carried on the bike!

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Postby Cunobelin » 30 Jul 2008, 8:49pm

Woody wrote:Surely thats a child seat on the back?

I particularly like the spare wheel carried on the bike!


Yep - just seal the child in the pannier!

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Postby reohn2 » 10 Aug 2008, 8:23pm

byegad wrote:
reohn2 wrote:
byegad wrote:How rude!

But at least we now know where little tricycles come from! :D :D :D


Looks like a bad accident to me :?


How do you know what Mrs byegad says in the privacy of our bedroom????


I'll PM you on that :shock: :D

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Postby DaveP » 10 Aug 2008, 11:35pm

Tell you what, its worth going back to the source and having a look at the other pics. Oh my! :roll:
For the lazy: http://ratrodbikes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6670
Interesting take on the vertical drop out idea!