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I saw this advertised in Gumtree. Interesting set-up.
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Gotta love that aero brake mount - not sure how it would benefit a bike such as this but hey, each to their own!
not all carbon is the same.
posted by Jon Burrage [1081 posts] 24th September 2010 - 10:09
Thank's how all the kids roll round here. It give the bike awesome handling.
posted by 20thebear [53 posts] 24th September 2010 - 10:26
Don't often see a bike on Gumtree with both wheels. Although I'm sure there's a Perfectly Reasonable Explanation for the ones that have the front wheel missing
posted by Simon_MacMichael [8031 posts] 24th September 2010 - 10:27
didn't we see that at Eurobike?
posted by Tony Farrelly [4136 posts] 24th September 2010 - 10:39
I see this so many times, commuting... forks back to front, genius! I even stopped one lady to explain, wish I hadn't!
posted by Flo K [178 posts] 24th September 2010 - 11:01
Do those forks make Endos easier to pull off?
posted by demoff [344 posts] 24th September 2010 - 11:02
Yep, done the same to a father and son once as the kid's bike looked like a crash waiting to happen. The father gave me a mouthful of abuse for being nosey. I am guessing he built it up for his son and 'knew what he was doing!'
posted by Super Domestique [1598 posts] 24th September 2010 - 12:45
track geometries, hmm... like training bra for your first fixie. I would imagine.. ah hem..
posted by Alankk [121 posts] 25th September 2010 - 8:56
We see kids turning up for Bikeability training with bikes built like this all the time.
posted by Emma D [3 posts] 27th September 2010 - 9:28
yeah we do indeed...the usual "but I got it brand new from asda, tesco, jjb, halford etc etc...and I/They built it up properly, you dont have an f-ing clue" come along with it when we say, erm, this bike is going to cause your child to get injured.
posted by Jon Burrage [1081 posts] 27th September 2010 - 9:46
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