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My Olmo

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by ju5t1n, 13 Jun 2008.

  1. ju5t1n

    ju5t1n Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Bloxham
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    I bought this frame on eBay for £30. Finished the Highclere 200km sportive on it last Sunday. Very comfortable to ride but quite heavy.


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    This is my tourer, made by Roberts...

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    These two are of my Condor Italia...
    The pics were taken with my mobile phone so the definition aint so good

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    My Orange Evo mountain bike, another great eBay bargain - I think the trick is not to go for the big name brands
     
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  2. zimzum42

    zimzum42 Legendary Member

    Lucky b'stard, I paid a hell of a lot more than that for my OLMO frame 6 or so years back.....
     
  3. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    Location:
    South Manchester
    That OLMO was a steal !!! All the bikes are lurvely !!!!
     
  4. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Lovely Olmo, and a good choice of componentry, but for Pete's sake...Just how many times do I have to tell you people :angry:;)? When you take a picture of your P&J, face the chain rings towards the camera, chain on largest ring and smallest sprockett, valves at the bottom of the wheel, crank in line with chain stay, or 45 degree angle, either up or down. Oh, and if your tyres have logos on the side walls, make sure that they are positioned opposite the valve on the rim, so much more pleasing to the eye.:biggrin:;)

    Lovely bike, what a bargain too. I started the Highclere, but climbed off at Petersfield.:sad: was going really well 04.02.46 at 134 km, plenty of fluid and food, don't know what happened, just didn't have the legs on the day.:sad:
     
  5. PANTANILOOKEYLIKEY

    PANTANILOOKEYLIKEY New Member

    Is that what they call Feng Shui for bike's? Lovely collection, the Roberts looked a little overloaded though!
     
  6. Lavourah

    Lavourah New Member

    I also use Ebay to make good deals,its a great place to buy cycling stuff.

    I love that Olmo:biggrin: