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Bicycle of the month - July contest [9 vote(s)]

1973 MK II Chopper
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MK I Chopper
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Bicycle of the Month of July 2013 - Contenders are...

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This month's theme is "Raleigh Choppers"
You think you have what it takes
Please show us your bicycle below
 
* Those who are interested in participating, please see "Rules & Requirements" in the "Sticky" thread
* Contender's entry will be closed on 31st of June 2013
* A polling thread will start on 1st of July and ends on 14th July 
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This is my January 1973 MK II Chopper, built from a rusty frame with original parts in April 2012. It did 250 miles last year. It usually flies the flags of Northumberland, an area of North-East England where I bought the frame from.

Here it is at Southport, North of Liverpool


Here it is outside Buckingham Palace, London


This is it with a lot of bags in a play park



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MK1

Almost 100% original

3x2 speed

replaced spokes to stainless steel

short sissy bar, long rear mud guardFace View.jpgFront view.jpgback view 1.jpg



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That is a superb bike, very nice

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We have 2 contenders
Who will be crown "Bicycle of the month" in July?
You'll be the judge
Please vote now
Polling ends in 14th July



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I like the MK I

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Hi Hoover5Ken, I saw you posted quite a few Raleigh Choppers in this forum. Do you have any MK II spare parts like the pedals (preferably NOS), sissy bar and handlebar?

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Congratulations to Hoover5Ken on your entry : 1973 MK II Chopper

You have won the "Bicycle of the Month" - July 2013

Your entry will be showcase in our "Bicycle Hall Of Fame"

This thread is now closed!



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