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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Greasy Kulture 35

Issue 35 of GKM has just dropped on the mat, as ever well worth the read.
A real bonus is the first real English article that I've seen on Mark Drews' legendary T110 show bike featured below;

It amazes me that in the article it says that it's a bit of a Marmite bike, that people either love it or hate it. Now I don't like Marmite, but I can't  honestly understand anyone not liking this.
If you don't know the bike, or you do and want to see quality pics of it, hit Guy up for a copy

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Brian. I don't understand anyone not liking it either... I think if you don't understand the reasons for building a sixties-style show bike then you won't understand this.