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Old 01-12-07, 01:58 PM   #51
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Five-Twenty

In reponse to several queries, here are a few small pics of the Five-Twenty. r, Retreau
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Old 01-12-07, 02:50 PM   #52
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Superb! Lovely in white. Currently looking out skinny 520 rims in another browser window !
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In reponse to several queries, here are a few small pics of the Five-Twenty. r, Retreau
The bike looks fantastic. It really suits the chrome plated straight blade forks I mentioned in my previous post. Just when I thought I had the direction of my next Twenty figured out.
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Looking at the pix it almost seems as if you could get a 650c wheel or 26" mountain bike wheel in there. Skinny ones
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Looking at the pix it almost seems as if you could get a 650c wheel or 26" mountain bike wheel in there. Skinny ones
He'd have to move the bridge again...
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