Nope, I don't drive, so I'm proud to say I got up there under my own steam.WindyRob said:Mmmm nice bike good picture as well, surprised there is no camera shake, or did you drive to the top of the hill and get the bike out of the boot of the car??
Very good framesets indeed. Mine is lighter, stiffer, cheaper and more comfortable than the full carbon frame it replaces. I love it to bits. It's the only bike I've owned that I felt deserved a name. Her name is Lisa Aviette.wafflycat said:My husband has a Kinesis Racelight T made up into a tourer and it is a lovely steed. Offspring's cyclocross bike is a Crosslight Pro3 frame. Very good framesets
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