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Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by ratty2k, 17 Oct 2007.

  1. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    My newest aquisition!
  2. PaleRider

    PaleRider New Member

    I want one! :ohmy:
  3. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    :ohmy: Yes, you do!!!:biggrin:

    I have only been riding it since Monday, already it feels like home! Its comfy to ride, the slightly bigger and lower pressure tyres (80psi) helping on the roads over a "proper roadie" and it'll handle the roughness of the canal bank and trans Pennine trail of my commute with ease. Keep forgetting to mount the comp sender unit tho'. It feels fast, but not sure how fast!
  4. domtyler

    domtyler Über Member

    Wot no mudguards?:ohmy:
  5. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    I do have some of those clip on ones- Raceblades..... the rear rack keeps the worst off, but it will prob. get full guards for over winter. Mind you I'm used to riding the MTB and never had anything on that..... Just had a decent set of waterproofs. Saying that tho', its 6.5 miles the most direct route, and if the weathers good I can stretch it out to about 12 ish...... Anuy more than that, I may as well just go for a ride for the fun of it.
  6. GaryA

    GaryA Subversive Sage

    High Shields
    I thought Kafffenbacks had mini-V brakes rather than canti's?
    Always liked them...the older dragon blue colour scheme was in my opinion classier...but then its only cosmetic and i suppose you get used to anything mind you, i used to do airfix models of the Cirtus Kittyhawk WW2 fighter which had exactly the same colour scheme :biggrin::ohmy:

    I was after one about a year ago but they bumped the price up £100 and changed the colour at the same time...bah :biggrin:
  7. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    Dont know the pricing structures TBH, but £99's still not bad for a decent frame. Mini Vees, cantis, I prefer the cantis TBH think they look better, and as I said, the Froglegs do work...... So I'm quite happy with my choice.
  8. GaryA

    GaryA Subversive Sage

    High Shields
    Its a fine choice of bike ratty...:biggrin: actually on the larger scale the colour scheme looks quite acceptable in fact,:ohmy: gulp rather good in an unusual sort of way
    Might be one of those bikes which looks better in the flesh
    I think the consensus on the old C+ site was about 40/60 to the question does the new colour put you off
  9. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    Must admit I quite like the colour!! Mind you I like the baby blue of my On-One 456 as well its far better than the new "common red" that the new 456's come in....... Its [the kaffenback] a little bit more individual and unique to me (well round my way its unique!)
  10. Brock

    Brock Senior Member

    Sweeet. Reeeel. Gizza go? I'll just go up the bus stop and back honest... I'll give you a catapult and a look at my brother's porno mags? ?
  11. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    Ive seen the mags.... I'll take a £700 deposit for a ride on it tho'!!!!!!!
  12. dubman

    dubman Über Member

    after mine :evil: the best looking bike ive seen on here :biggrin:
  13. punkypossum

    punkypossum Donut Devil

    Why on earth would you want a bike that's beige???? :biggrin::evil:
  14. ratty2k

    ratty2k New Member

    Biege? why not? :biggrin: At leats its different to the majority of bikes out there............. and anyway, its sand coloured!:evil:
  15. John the Monkey

    John the Monkey Frivolous Cyclist

    I might be the only one, but who gives a monkeys what colour it is if it's the best frame for the job?