Yep that’s mine ( well not anymore) I bought it off a guy who was in Florida- the bike has its own thread on paceline forum. He crit raced it with deep carbon wheels!
Muddy Fox = SOLD
Ooohh who bought the Ti?! In hope they do a build thread :)
Went from congratulating myself for not entering communications for the Savine to heartbroken having noticed it had sold in about 2 seconds flat.
Suspect this Citroen thing is just a smokescreen anyway, I expect to be reading a new CP thread tomorrow with the same level of envy I normally reserve for your choice of bikes.
The Savine is lovely indeed but I don’t really ride enough to have too many bikes.
Saying that I’ll probably keep the steel Serotta and build it up... gold king, paint matched stem ..!
I sent you a pm about the Savine.
Hi , you did but the guy who bought it was first a couple of days before you, thanks for the interest though.
Ah sorry. I didn’t notice that in the posts.
Thanks for all the interest and purchases on these frames- hopefully the new owners will enjoy them as much as I have.
For the time being I’ve decided to keep the Colorado III do should be able to build it up soon.
Most of the car world would disagree with you on that. It's the equivalent of calling that Colorado Ti ugly.
Whoever got the Custom Ti - start a build thread and #futuredibsplez
Just playing in the garage tonight... hmmm..
Have you sourced a DS? Fantastic looking cars.
Not yet, i'd test driven a few before lockdown but none were quite right.
I'm going to be looking for quite a while near and far and need to sort the £ out so it won't be anytime soon!
One of the longer stem to top tube ratios I have seen!
indeed - t rex style.
53cc tt & 13cm stem!
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