le bmw sono toste, ma i camion dippiu’. e adesso tutti a figueres.
via rotterdam fixed gear
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anche la mia ruota posteriore attualmente ci somiglia molto…
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ahaha ma roy cos’è che volevi dagli hubs del tizio?
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nice. where can we use this cycle.
Amazing this post i like to read and really enjoyed. nice work keep it up.
I think i have seen this post already in somewhere
Its nice but for better you can add more contents
Its so nice…But we cant understand how it works…Need contents for explanation…
The cycle looks too bad condition.
Really its good work.
How it work in this model..Can you explain…
it seems very different..
Its working or not.???????
where is remaining parts of cycle?
Its quite interesting and very eager to know the working model…
Look like this cycle very bad condition where reaming parts… anyway good work.
I would like to thank you for making such a nice website. Or where I could also share some of my ranches for sale details for you all budy who come up here
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Hey very funny cycle.
Historically, materials used in bicycles have followed a similar pattern as in aircraft, the goal being high strength and low weight. Since the late 1930s alloy steels have been used for frame and fork tubes in higher quality machines. In the 1980s aluminum alloy frames and other components became popular due to their light weight, and most mid-range bikes are now principally aluminum alloy of some kind.[where?] More expensive bikes use carbon fibre due to its significantly lighter weight and profiling ability,
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