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Topic: Vintage Bicycle Group?

Posted on: 17th Dec 2009 9:52 PM    Quote and Reply


errm... where is up north?...

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Posted on: 18th Dec 2009 4:05 PM    Quote and Reply


Is this the type you're looking for? I was lucky to get hold of one last piece from my source up North. Looks slightly different from the typical Ah Pek bike push rod handle as the ends are slightly wider. Guess I'll keep this for future use. Sori bro. Reason is my lobang told me Northerners are crazy over this type of handle right now. That's why I paid quite a sum to secure it.


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Posted on: 18th Dec 2009 11:30 PM    Quote and Reply


cool! sweet looking bar you got there bro!

yep! thats exactly the type i looking to get...

hey no need to apologise, i prolly can't afford it anywez.. haha.

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Posted on: 19th Dec 2009 5:09 PM    Quote and Reply


chusan,
I'll keep a look out for you if I do come across something similar. Most prob made in China.


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Posted on: 19th Dec 2009 9:46 PM    Quote and Reply


hey thanks buddy! made anywhere can lah...not say i'm rebuilding a legend of bicycledom or what mah hahaha

cheaper is better in this instance...

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Posted on: 23rd Dec 2009 9:56 AM    Quote and Reply


ups for this thread .. lots of progress here .. alive nw wth more joining in .. hopefully can meet up someday for a ride ...cheers  

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Posted on: 2nd Jan 2010 11:50 AM    Quote and Reply


Hi, my name is Lee and i'm new to this forum. I'm also a vintage bicycle lover myself especially 3 speed english roadsters. Even though i don't own any vintage roadsters at the moment, but i do have an early 80s colnago racer i mean road bike as you would called nowadays, a 15+ yr old batavus 3 speed dutch bike and a newly bought hand made english pashley modern 5 spd roadster. 

I live in east coast, and hope to meet up and go for a ride with fellow vintage bicycle lovers.

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Posted on: 2nd Jan 2010 6:43 PM    Quote and Reply


hi vintagebiker!
Welcome...pls do post some pics of your rides. Any bike that's more than 20years old is worth it's 'weight'. 3 speed would be nice. But as long as it's lugged, all steel and plenty of 'bling', anyone's a winner in it's own right. A good old bike that stood the test of time is a good bike. Cheers and looking forward to more pic contribution.  


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Posted on: 7th Jan 2010 1:28 AM    Quote and Reply


Hi all vintage bike lover,

Just stumbled into this thread. Nice to hear from people of same interest...
I'm riding a Raleigh road bike that I just finished refurbished.
Now in the midst of rebuilding another Raleigh to SA 3-speed.
If interested to see me & some classic Raleigh road bikes in the flesh, I have been abusing the 30-years old all-steel bike for a 50 km ride on Sundays, to meet up with the rest at Changi Point.
At last,manage to figure out how to post pics....here are photo of my Raleigh before I rebuilt it....

http://i952.photobucket.com/albums/ae3/ZzzTong/P1020743.jpg?t=1262798601 
http://i952.photobucket.com/albums/ae3/ZzzTong/P1020737.jpg?t=1262798805

Will load the new look soon....Cheers!

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Posted on: 7th Jan 2010 7:12 AM    Quote and Reply


ZzzTong,
Welcome! nice bike you got there...really hope to see more joining in the discussion and pic sharing. Cheers and keep them coming!


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