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    OZ has landed!

    The first Moonlander that i know of in Australia was delivered today!

    If you are in Canberra it can be viewed at Mal Adjusted Bicycles in *****on.

    This is the bit were I say that I work there from time to time, and said moonlander is my personal bike, but I will let people ride it while it is in the shop on lay by.

    as for prices I have already forgotten and I'll post them up later if people want.

    Cheers,

    Matt

    p.s. I'm fairly sure my pugs was the first in oz too

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    Matt,

    I'd love to know how it goes. What are you going to use it for?

    Al

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    I'm sure one was in oz back in october?

    Get pics up of it in action
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    the very first Moony' in Australia went to Gateshead Cycles up in Newcastle back in October. (I think they also had 2 more in this latest shipment)

    But yours is the first in the ACT!

    And Eric @ Crank n' Cycles in WA should see his early next week.

    It's a FAT world down under!

    Elvis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis @ Dirt Works View Post
    the very first Moony' in Australia went to Gateshead Cycles up in Newcastle back in October. (I think they also had 2 more in this latest shipment)

    But yours is the first in the ACT!

    And Eric @ Crank n' Cycles in WA should see his early next week.

    It's a FAT world down under!

    Elvis.
    Yep, Mine is going on a 2 week beach ride fairly shortly. It just received a liberal dose of fish oil and a general service and it's itching to go!

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    Thanks all

    I built it and rode it for the first time today and now i have to spend a week without it

    I was at Gateshead cycles last year and they were super keen for their Moonies back in July so well done to them for snagging the first ones

    O B S Where are you going with yours? and self suported ect?

    Cheers,

    Matt

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    so when are you guys coming out to the Simpson Desert for some serious sand?

    Moony' would rock!

    Elvis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis @ Dirt Works View Post
    so when are you guys coming out to the Simpson Desert for some serious sand?

    Moony' would rock!

    Elvis.
    Maybe next year. The Big HuRT is the big one for this year.

    @ Twinnie - A coastal tour from Gosford to Somewhere North. Perhaps Port Macquarie. Mostly self supported - carrying all my own gear. Picture a relaxed tour. A fellow Pugsley rider is coming along and there will be beers, fishing, camp fires and inflatable boats.

    There will be some ugly H.A.B's over headlands and god knows what else, but it should be a memorable trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocean breathes salty View Post
    Maybe next year. The Big HuRT is the big one for this year.

    @ Twinnie - A coastal tour from Gosford to Somewhere North. Perhaps Port Macquarie. Mostly self supported - carrying all my own gear. Picture a relaxed tour. A fellow Pugsley rider is coming along and there will be beers, fishing, camp fires and inflatable boats.

    There will be some ugly H.A.B's over headlands and god knows what else, but it should be a memorable trip

    Sounds like a laugh, enjoy your selves.

    I'm keeping the pugs as the commuter (in 29er form) and as the bring a friend bike too.

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