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I loved it!!!!!

Gee that Black/white/grey Flysurfer graphics looks just awesome. (Even better than the purple one)

Great to see folk having fun on the other side of the rock we live on. Thanks for sharing.:good:

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Thanks, Nigel!

The "welded edition" is a prototype for me. The whole frame, bars and rearcross is welded, no screws. I never disassemble the buggy - only fronttube and axle. And my welded edition is the first GT with the "handcuffs-clamps" for the axle. The clamps are now standard at the Rapide V...


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