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Greenbank:
You need to manually set the height and width for big pictures otherwise they are *HUGE*, i.e.


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[img height=480 width=640]http://www.greenbank.org/bikes/colnago.jpg[/img]
The summer bike.

[img height=480 width=640]http://www.greenbank.org/bikes/aravis.jpg[/img]
The Audax bike.

[img height=480 width=640]http://www.greenbank.org/bikes/tempo.jpg[/img]
The Fixed Audax bike.

clarion:
A reintroduction to old friends:

Blue the 1980? Carlton (Corsa?).
 



Whsh the 1981 Woodrup (Giro?)




Close up of Whsh's lovely cluster




Reg the 1951 Rudge Pathfinder




Romeo the 1980s Rudge Bi-Frame




And my tourer/commuter/workhorse/fun bike:  Swiftsure the 1996 Orbit Silver medal

Arthur:
My low-budget stable, and I'm extremely fond of each of them.

For summer....2006 Decathlon 7.3R



For winter....2001 Carrera Virtuoso



For work (but now sneaking out on longer rides)....2008 Specialized Langster

james:
My Dawes Galaxy:

[img height=516 width=511]http://www.bridgecommand.co.uk/~james/dawes.jpg[/img]

Bought as a wreck from ebay for £20, and been pretty much entirely rebuilt since then, for use as a tourer and commuter. It's a very early Galaxy, from ~1965 when they were bought out as 5 speed sports bikes.

There's an interesting collection of catalogues which include this generation of Galaxy at http://bulgier.net/pics/b...gs/Dawes-64/04_Galaxy.jpg. Interestingly it looks as if these very early ones didn't use 531.

PS Long time lurker on ACF, I'll post a quick hello message, hopefully in the appropriate place in the Office Reception

Chris S:

--- Quote from: Greenbank on March 27, 2008, 11:47:29 pm ---You need to manually set the height and width for big pictures otherwise they are *HUGE*, i.e.


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And the pages load SO much faster if you actually resize the pictures to that resolution. We don't all have 8meg Fibre Optic ;)

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