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    The most fun on two wheels!

    You can have whatever bike you like, as long as it is a My Velo, the customisable bike!
    Watch the show.

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    I thought HEXUS was a tech site?

    Nice to see a refreshing new face though . Nick, you've met your match!

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    That was good!

    There are enough customizable parts and colours for each part to be a different colour. Excellent!
    Last edited by cameronlite; 25-08-2010 at 02:49 PM.
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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Matty, yes, it's good to have a new presenter on the team...

    You never know, she might actually post in here if I smash her around the head and neck with a keyboard enough...
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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Nice concept, but I'll stick to salivating over the Pinarello Dogma 60.1 Carbon.

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Well, I would post here more often Nick, but I am too busy being beaten around the head by a keyboard

    I think that my first review came out really well. Considering the outtakes, there was a lot to salvage

    Anyhow, there will be plenty more reviews coming soon - hopefully on a daily basis.


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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Anyhow, there will be plenty more reviews coming soon - hopefully on a daily basis.
    More bicycles?
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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Not as yet.

    But a selection of weird and wacky and wonderful items.

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Quote Originally Posted by HayleyE View Post
    But a selection of weird and wacky and wonderful items.
    So when's the review of Nick due - he's weird and Wacky

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    You forgot the link

    I can't say I am impressed. There are loads of companies out there that will let you chose the color of your bike's frame and other components, and unlike myvelo they will also let you change the running gear if you don't like the low end Shimano stuff that myvelo fit. Colour matched mudguards are a little unusual, but if you realy want that then it is easy enough to get some paint. I know people who have done it.

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    The welding looks shoddy...

    You are better off looking here... http://www.racerrosabicycles.co.uk/

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Quote Originally Posted by HayleyE View Post
    Well, I would post here more often Nick, but I am too busy being beaten around the head by a keyboard

    I think that my first review came out really well. Considering the outtakes, there was a lot to salvage

    Anyhow, there will be plenty more reviews coming soon - hopefully on a daily basis.

    The camera loves you, nice job.

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    A nice short and sweet video, although I don't much like your new bike

    I kinda feel that there isn't such a need for a "custom bike"... Especially when you are paying a premium for such a service... Bicycles is a market where there is already so much choice of design out there to suit every personality. To anyone looking at buying a bike - go to your local bike store, find a model you like, test ride it, then find it 25% cheaper online

    Then if you're anything like me... ride it once, then use it as a clothes rack in the middle of the bedroom!

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    thats alot of money for a bike with v brakes for that kinda money i would want suspension and disc brakes.

    They are some real cheap and nasty components on it.
    NICE Review though


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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    Quote Originally Posted by HayleyE View Post
    I think that my first review came out really well. Considering the outtakes, there was a lot to salvage
    Oh oh, can we see the outtakes then

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    Re: The most fun on two wheels!

    The outtakes will remain hidden somewhere in the backlog of my computer! This is my first review and I was so nervous

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