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 Post subject: Parlez vous Parlee
PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 2:43 pm 
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lets see yer Parlee :shock:
heres mine
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Very clean & nice.
Outstanding garden too.

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Almost 2k miles, so far, so good.


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I have those cranks too, try upgrading the chainrings for added stiffness

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nice work roobs! and i second the comment on the fine garden behind your parlee there.

how would you compare her to the rest of your not inconsiderable stable?


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Great example of an uncomplicated machine that is functional stunning!
Although I must say that you must have no time to ride with a garden like that!


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Very well done. I love the look of the red panels. Add that element from the past yet a very modern streamline machine.

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Here's mine, still lovin it after the first 1000 miles.

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DiterDV wrote:
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That's a beaut DiterDV! Do those small covers on the Nokons come with the cables, or have you added them extra? They're a neat touch to ensure the frame doesn't get marked.

Just ordered my custom Z2 - I guess I have a few weeks to wait for it now. Will post pics when it's done :)

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Love them all, very nice work guys. Quite simply my favourite frames.


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here is m y Z4


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Here's mine:

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More info in my topic my Parlee Z4


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the previous looks much better :oops: ...

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