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5703

Re: fair price

Thanks Craig, I agree. He does carpentry work for me and is the kind of 'young' person who will take even better care of it than I have. After fifteen years
cirejay
Aug 10, 2014
#5703
 
5702

Re: fair price

Who knows £600-£950? Perhaps it's more about if he appreciates it and will enjoy it to Who knows £600-£950? Perhaps it's more about if he appreciates it
craigmcleod1966
Aug 9, 2014
#5702
 
5701

fair price

After fifteen years and some great riding I'm going to sell my Y foil sixty six. I ordered a Domae for my lower back. My carpenter has asked to buy it but
cirejay
Aug 9, 2014
#5701
 
5700

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Hi Joe They're an ebay find, pair of 'Look R719 HSC' carbon forks with a 1" carbon steerer 380gms much lighter than original. Item number 151336175878 I think
craigmcleod1966
Aug 9, 2014
#5700
 
5699

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Craig, what fork did you put on your bike. Did you notice a different ride? thanks, Joe
joezuccaro
Aug 8, 2014
#5699
 
5698
jonathan.politi
Jul 21, 2014
#5698
 
5697

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Pics are in the photos gallery BTW.
pakieffer
Jul 21, 2014
#5697
 
5696

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Got around to taking a few photos of the Y33. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles, but I was fortunate to find a really nice frame and rear triangle so
pakieffer
Jul 21, 2014
#5696
 
5695

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Ha! Thanks. Just don't let the boss catch you looking,-) Craig
craigmcleod1966
Jul 14, 2014
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5694

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Nice work Craig! You might want to add a warning on those naked carbon Y links though. Those pictures could be considered borderline NSFW depending on the
pakieffer
Jul 13, 2014
#5694
 
5693

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

And another Y https://www.flickr.com/photos/94740449@N08/sets/72157639768945575/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/94740449@N08/sets/72157639768945575/
craigmcleod1966
Jul 13, 2014
#5693
 
5692

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Theres nothing wrong with a Y33, b proud Trek Y33 updated https://www.flickr.com/photos/94740449@N08/sets/72157636317474013/ Trek Y33 updated
craigmcleod1966
Jul 13, 2014
#5692
 
5691

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

LOL - I have one of those Y33's. What's the old saying - "Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you".
jonathan.politi
Jul 13, 2014
#5691
 
5690

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Glad to hear you didn't lose your bike for good and that it was undamaged during your rescue. I guess my dreams would just be twice as bad if I finally find a
pakieffer
Jul 13, 2014
#5690
 
5689

Re: Catching a burglar in the act

Y-Foils are magnets for thieves. A few months ago, I was asked to help a lady find a nice carbon bike, used, that she and her daughter could use to ride and
Rob Powell
Jul 13, 2014
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