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Old 01-31-11, 10:51 AM   #1
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Little cycling figurines??

Anyone know where I can get those neat little cycling figurines?
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ebay.fr ; tour de france cyclistes

I have a few and a team car for my book shelf.
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http://www.cyclist-model.com/EN/home-model.php
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Remember this one Corgi TDF car.
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OOOOhhhhh I want one!!!!

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As prettyshady pointed out, ebay.fr.

Coureurs cyclistes en alu

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How big are the ones that iab has shown? I have not seen much to give them a scale, but I am guessing smaller than a quarter. Anybody able to get a shot next to a ruler?

Perhaps I may have to collect the tiny bikes, since I have no more room for bigger ones.
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Overall, bigger than a quarter. But they are at work. I'll take a ruler to them tomorrow.
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As prettyshady pointed out, ebay.fr.

Coureurs cyclistes en alu

That's cool ass **** right there man. Love it!
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Old 01-31-11, 09:02 PM   #10
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We race slot cars at our house when the snow gets too deep.

We belong to a scale model club and were offered this:

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/3814...gb-cycling-set


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^^^ Well that is pretty damn cool.

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I wonder if I can get away with buying some of this stuff by pretending it's for my nephew?
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How big are the ones that iab has shown? I have not seen much to give them a scale, but I am guessing smaller than a quarter. Anybody able to get a shot next to a ruler?

Perhaps I may have to collect the tiny bikes, since I have no more room for bigger ones.


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^^^ Well that is pretty damn cool.

I have a set pre-ordered. I'll fill you in when I get my mitts on a set!
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I wonder if I can get away with buying some of this stuff by pretending it's for my nephew?
With two teenagers in the house, my poor wife tolerates "everything" at this point.

Well, when it relates to her darlings she does.

By the way, I'm going to put these figurines on my seek and find list for my next trip to Bayern.
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Is the fork bent?
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That's a pretty big nickel.
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Is the fork bent?
i think this might be a case of 'fork's broken'
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