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    My Pace RC200 f6

    Just thought I;d post up a few pictures of my 1998 Pace RC200 f6






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    externally milled rectangular tubes and a fork with more bolts than a 5 arm crankset!
    love it!

    heard those rode pretty harshly, how is it?
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Neat bike.

    That front brake line is going to suffer at the hands of a tree branch.


    Why would you own 100 Yugos when you could own 1 Porsche? - Rumpfy



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    I always had a soft spot for Pace frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts
    externally milled rectangular tubes and a fork with more bolts than a 5 arm crankset!
    love it!

    heard those rode pretty harshly, how is it?
    It's certainaly not as chilled out as my Obed, but it's a fantastic bike to ride

    It gets loads of looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    Neat bike.

    That front brake line is going to suffer at the hands of a tree branch.
    It hasn't been a problem so far, but it definately could do with a cable tie or something

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