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Old 08-03-10, 03:00 PM   #51
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Old 08-03-10, 04:15 PM   #52
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Complete with what I'm guessing is a gen-yoo-wine 1980's Flickstand. I had one of those on a Sakai back around 1980.
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Complete with what I'm guessing is a gen-yoo-wine 1980's Flickstand. I had one of those on a Sakai back around 1980.
You are correct, sir. A much maligned piece of equipment, if I say so myself.

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My 1986 (ish) Allez

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I see this thread was started in Oct of 07, better late than never?! Both mine happen to be Mountain Bikes "of age," and both found on craigslist about a year apart. By the way, lots of nice looking bikes on here!

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My Stumpjumper 29er. It is longer than my car is wide.



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The day I got her. I've since gone with a black bar tape but everything else looks the same except she's a little dirtier.

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