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Old 12-29-01, 07:28 AM   #1
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Vintage Graham Watson Picture

If you go to the website his picture of the week is a classic shot from the 1988 Giro. If you like retro bikes you'll see toe clips galore and at least one set of exposed cables. Regardless of your taste in bikes I'll bet you'll like the picture. Best yet is that you can easily set it as "wallpaper" for your monitor. Just follow the 2 step directions there.www.grahamwatson.com

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Old 12-29-01, 10:27 AM   #2
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Thanks, Walter, some great shots there!:thumbup:
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