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Pawn mags
#1
A delightful collection of pawn mags both old and new here
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#2
Fantastic !! Cheers Si Smile

I thought the young among us might enjoy this 1991 rigid, specifically the stem Big Grin
and yes, we really did ride em like that *awesomeness*

There's some interesting suspension ideas in the '91 mag too.


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Tons here http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/gallery...temId=2175

This is of course the best catalogue ever, I have one at home including the UK only black and white supplement sheet for the Sky model which was only sold here

http://museumofmountainbikeartandtechnol...talog.html

Lightning Pro is mine, 23.5lb 71HA in 1992, not much changes really (if you compare to modern day race HT's/rigids)

resim
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#4
I was talking about those dropper postal from back in the day at a ride on Sunday. can you still buy them? the on in the Breezerererer pics.
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#5
How can you be an 'almost' world famous designer.....


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