Discussion in 'Vintage and Classic Bikes' started by porteous, 8 Jan 2012.
Aren't you mean to say 'ello 'ello 'ello, while slapping your truncheon against your thigh?
Yes in good old british slap coms
What a gem!
lovely 50s Randonneur style Rochet in Huddersfield, needs a bit of TLC:
Hmm, there's some curious looking bits on that - mainly the odd derailleur with a non-standard mount, a strange spring thing, and top-tube lever.
Looks a nice bike for you Peugeot fans.
I've not seen a Haro MTB for donkey's years. BMX was more their forte
Must admit i didn't realise they did anything else other than BMX's
Ambitious seller here or just a typo?
it's called the Carlton hype
Cripes. The seller says they have just been made redundant so can't blame them for trying. I see mint ones have sold on eBay for 500, maybe that would have been more ahem realistic...
I have the very MTB thing hanging off my stand at the moment ... alloy frame, 18 speed with fairly entry level mix of Shimano and Suntour bits ... picked up from the side of the road with a buckled rear wheel and a "for free" note hanging off it. Replaced the six-speed twist grip but having hells own figuring out how to calibrate it so all the cogs engage. Me, I never really got past down tube friction shifters.
@wonderdog i didnt realise they alloy framed , and speed twist gearing is a nightmare
Maybe he's looking at a new career as a spin doctor. And look at the stupid £1 under 1200 price point.
Perhaps he meant £11.99?
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