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Chrome Ritchey from ebay/CL finds

Old 07-11-21, 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted by fleslider View Post
Nice Score! my 1985 Ascent has the same bars/Stem

Likely later addition as the fillet brazed bars donít match the welded frame.
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Old 04-01-22, 01:11 PM
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Well, no excuse not to do Cino this year...

from cinorider.com:
"This year has a theme Ė vintage mountain bikes! Of course traditional Cino bikes are still welcome, but so is your 1979 MountainBike!"
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Well, no excuse not to do Cino this year...

from cinorider.com:
"This year has a theme Ė vintage mountain bikes! Of course traditional Cino bikes are still welcome, but so is your 1979 MountainBike!"
Oh I have plenty of excuses, bike not done, knees going worse by the day, 1000's of honey do, backlog, chores, don't do MTB, yada, yada, etc.

But ya never know, we'll see.
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