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Old 03-17-10, 01:24 PM   #1
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Hello all from Newbie

Hi folks, I am a 32 year old bloke from North Norfolk UK.
I've been leisure cycling for years and used to hill climb and downhill as a kid but the last few years I've been getting more and more hooked on road cycling.
I've had a Bianchi C2C with Ultegra kit, which I had to sell to pay a large bill and I recently bought a Reynolds 531 steel framed bike which I loved so I'm now looking to buy a Reynolds 753 frame and build my own bike.
This is where I get lost though as I've only ever set up brakes and renewed cables etc but never tampered with bottom brackets or gears etc so this will be a steep learning curve so I will be coming to you all for advice in the near future.
Nice to be here chat soon

Regards Jamie

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Old 03-17-10, 01:36 PM   #2
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