Hello, I am selling a couple of my bikes and this is one of them.
Parts are all original (e.g. Hope Mini Hydraulics with Braided Cables) and in very good condition.
I really need to move it from my shed as I can not ride any more due to an accident.
Please contact if more information required.
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Lovely bike. What’s the weight? No clue about MTB sizing - how tall are you?
Helen is a tall lass by looks of it . Over 6 foot . I used to race a steel one of those back in the day . Looks like there is drilled out ebb in that bottom bracket which is cool . I had the cheap sliding drop out version ..
Taken off ebay. Is it still available? Ace ride!
I bought it.
It may well end up on here again this week if my missus works out it’s another bike when it arrives.
What else would she think it was?
Trying to work that one out.
It’s being sent as two packages so if i say it’s a set of wheel and a frame she may not put two and two together.
I should try that one out. Bring one box in one week—Hide the other .
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