What ya riding? Pictures thread!

Cakey boy

Member
Aug 14, 2018
67
90
Hampshire
If it ain’t assisted what you all riding ? Here’s my little collection!

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Northumbrian

New Member
Sep 3, 2018
137
132
Rothbury
Extra assist machine for “long trials” and hard core trail riding...
Montesa 4 ride, based on a Mont 4RT trials bike, but with seat, larger fuel tank, longer travel suspension...
85kg in weight, powered by a Fuel injected 260cc water cooled Honda motor.
Seen here parked outside a bar in the Pyrenees,

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Timbo

Active member
Aug 31, 2018
76
94
France
Lovely Bultaco..... actually it’s a bit to lovely and I would be scared. I damaged it if I was to trial it !
I always wanted one when they were new but couldn't afford one. funnily enough when I bought the levo it was either that or a second hand 4RT, always wanted one of those too:)
 

Re-Cycle

Member
Jul 13, 2018
59
79
Netherlands
One of my other bikes. A friend of mine welded this frame with Columbus Zona tubes and a couple of beautiful details like the stainless headbadge and reinforced chainstay yoke to fit up to 29x2.6 tires (2.25 fitted in the pic).
It's named Snowdon after the famous mountain in Wales (no, I'm not Welsh but Dutch and so is he ;)). MKiv because it's the fourth frame he ever built.

I built it up with a Fox Float 34 130mm fork, 1x11 Sram drivetrain, Crankbrothers wheels, Bikeyoke dropper post and XTR brakes. Used mainly on local routes which in Holland are rather sandy and flat... (hence the 2.6 option, works well in sand).
Geometry, color and details like cable routing I chose myself. The paint is made up of a base layer, then silver metallic, wine fire red (with the text left silver), candy apple red and a gloss clear coat. The color is really astonishing when the sun shines on it...

One of the most beautiful bikes I ever had I think and it rides great so I'm really very happy with it :love:
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Cakey boy

Member
Aug 14, 2018
67
90
Hampshire
One of my other bikes. A friend of mine welded this frame with Columbus Zona tubes and a couple of beautiful details like the stainless headbadge and reinforced chainstay yoke to fit up to 29x2.6 tires (2.25 fitted in the pic).
It's named Snowdon after the famous mountain in Wales (no, I'm not Welsh but Dutch and so is he ;)). MKiv because it's the fourth frame he ever built.

I built it up with a Fox Float 34 130mm fork, 1x11 Sram drivetrain, Crankbrothers wheels, Bikeyoke dropper post and XTR brakes. Used mainly on local routes which in Holland are rather sandy and flat... (hence the 2.6 option, works well in sand).
Geometry, color and details like cable routing I chose myself. The paint is made up of a base layer, then silver metallic, wine fire red (with the text left silver), candy apple red and a gloss clear coat. The color is really astonishing when the sun shines on it...

One of the most beautiful bikes I ever had I think and it rides great so I'm really very happy with it :love:
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That is a thing of absolute beauty !! ??
 

Janluke

Well-known member
Patreon
Dec 16, 2018
153
207
Scotland
The only "proper" bike I have now is a Merida carbon hardtail. I don't ride it much but when I do I love the simple and pure feeling if gives me


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I do have another 2 wheeled passion, motorcycles currently sharing the garage with the ebikes are

My Tracer 700
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Indian Dark Horse
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Husqvarna Svartpilen 401
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Couple of classic Japs
one of which is nearing the end of a rebuild
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Re-Cycle

Member
Jul 13, 2018
59
79
Netherlands
Motorcycles allowed too? ;)
I still have mine, but haven't touched it for five years I think... :(
No room to keep it at my place, too little time to work on it or ride it. It's a 1986 SRX-6 and I am the first and only owner. Put almost 100.000km's on it and I still think it's a beautiful bike, I always loved singles and twins with a bit of a classic look.

Maybe we will be moving to a house with a little more space this year, if so I can keep it at my own place again, do some work on it and ride it again :D

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