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Beefheart
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by Beefheart

Insane Mosaic :shock: And love the Wittson! I was going to get something similar this year, a classic custom frame with horizontal TT and thinner tubes, but no one wanted to buy my frame, so another year on the Lynskey then. Love the ride, just a bit on the heavy side. Happy to get a ride in the sun, we average 245 rain days a year in my city :?

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jbaillie
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No shame in a Lynskey decked out with high end Italian goodies. Did you try posting it in the classifieds here? Also, 245 rain days? Yowza, sounds like either the Pacific Northwest or Ireland/UK.

Beefheart
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by Beefheart

jbaillie wrote:No shame in a Lynskey decked out with high end Italian goodies. Did you try posting it in the classifieds here? Also, 245 rain days? Yowza, sounds like either the Pacific Northwest or Ireland/UK.


Bergen, west coast of Norway. Beautiful place, but wet.

lw11
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AlphaDogCycling
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Classic Merlin wearing modern partsImage


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nowork
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A mix of the wife's and my bikes:

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santinger
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by santinger

My unknown brand titanium classic frame (bought in ebay from Boulder with Moots decals, but seemed not real!). Any guesses about maker? Clues are 1 inch headset, 71mm bottom bracket, 27,2 seatpost with seat collar, downtube shifter bosses, no serial number under Bottom Bracket,
Very happy with it thought, built up with modern components.
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Danza
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by Danza

If it's old, and has moots decals, maybe email Kent Eriksen to see if he can help

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

AlphaDogCycling wrote:Classic Merlin wearing modern partsImage


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Nice to see some Merlin's still going around...
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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michel2
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at nowork,
that is an impressive ibis collection !! is there a connection i would nearly think you might be Scot Nicol himself !(-:

nowork
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No connection. They just fit me really well and ride the way I like bikes to ride. And I'm not the original owner for any of them. I lusted after them when they were new and later in life could afford them when they were being sold off for newer (carbon I presume) bikes.


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michel2
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There awsome looking bikes !!my partner is lucky that 29ers really work well fir my build otherwise i probably would have bought a similar fleet (-:.
Enjoy !!

chefczyk
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lw11 wrote:Image


the black components compliment the look of the ti. frame so nicely :beerchug: :beerchug:

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My scenic shot of the day :)

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