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Gary Pinchin  says:

1921 Velocette boardtracker rocks Ally Pally

This Nick Gale-built Velocette boardtracker was the star of the London International Classic and Custom Bike Show at Alexandra Palace this year, even though it's still a work in progress! Wembley-based custom bike builder Gale took a 1921 Clyno - an old Coventry marque - and shoehorned a 1936 Velocette MAC and 1920s three-speed Albion gearbox into a space once occupied...

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Dec 08

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boybilly1967 says:

What is it trying to be?

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Aug 02

Posts: 176

Yank says:

board track

board track racing  - no brakes - all balls -

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Aug 02

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ANichol says:

Trying to be?

IIWII - It is What It Is

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Aug 02

Posts: 129

stevecase says:

Love it

As a member of the VOC and knowing a few Velo Fellows I also know a. 90% of Velo's are black & b. Velo Fellows are obsessed with stainless steel. Its refreshing to see something totally different.

I think Nick Gale can be forgiven if he a. rides it & b. makes a video of it running & maybe a poster

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Feb 09

Posts: 515

Let's hope that designer muppet Roland Sands has seen the pictures, it might give him some decent ideas. This is utterly gorgeous and takes bikes back to basics, without all the fancy doodads which seem so important these days. It pays homage to the pioneers of our beloved pastime. Don't paint it, that would spoil it.

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