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"hi, what is the frame size? Would you consider swapping it for cash?"
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"Taiwan is a wonderful place, i lived there 7 years. Highly recommended if you get the chance. "
Jul 18, 2016
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Bilston bicycle exhibition

apologies if its been posted before:http://www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk/whats-on/two-tyres/Bilston Craft Galleryfinishes 23 July."Wolverhampton was once a major centre for bicycle manufacture among the most well-known companies were Sunbeam, Vikings Cycles Ltd, Star, Wearwell and Villers.Sunbeam eventually made the transition from bicycles to motorcar manufacture leading to the company breaking the land speed record in 1927…See More
Jul 18, 2016
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"Looks great - how was Taiwan?"
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year long origami tour, Taiwan.
Jun 11, 2016
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What sort of riding do you do?
touring, commuting, leisure,
Where do you live?
Birmingham
Tell us about your bike(s)
a folding bike in Birmingham, touring bike in Taiwan, and an old beaten racing bike in Kent
About me
New in Birmingham, my wife and I are keen to do some group rides, ex CTC member - but not currently, have toured across India, China, and Europe.

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Bilston bicycle exhibition

apologies if its been posted before:

http://www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk/whats-on/two-tyres/

Bilston Craft Gallery

finishes 23 July.

"Wolverhampton was once a major centre for bicycle manufacture among the most well-known companies were Sunbeam, Vikings Cycles Ltd, Star, Wearwell and Villers.

Sunbeam eventually made the transition from bicycles to motorcar…

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