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Mike burrows Vlr and fujin sl

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    Posted: 12 October 2019 at 7:44am
Having a bit of a sort out and won’t be racing these two bikes next year so will bring along to Hillingdon for anyone
That may be interested, both going very cheap, only for club members as that’s the condition I had when I got the Vlr .
£400 for the vlr
And £400 for the fujin sl , and it has a tailbox (velokraft)

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Bargains! If I was into low bikes I'd have both!
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If I could ride a bike I'd have the Vlr. Ironic that when I was looking for one of Mike's Vlr's before I had a stroke there weren't any for sale.

So what do you intend racing next season Neil?

All the best.
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Will be riding the Milan next season, and have a quest for my long training and fun rides , but want to make room in my shed and not have loads of bikes not being used , Cheers Roy

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Interested to see and try your bikes. I am specially interested in the Velokraft tail if I could fit to my Pelso.
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Is the VLR the one in this video?
If so, can I have a test ride at Hillingdon pls to see how it compares with the Nocom?



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Hi Russell
That’s the one , your welcome to try it ,:)
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Thanks - what pedals / cleats does it take? I've tried swapping mine onto Andrew's bike in the past but the threads need to be cut down for the thin cranks. 
FYI I'm on SPD-SL cleats, or size 10 shoes if it's easier to borrow your shoes?
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My Ratty has the narrow cranks but I always used standard pedals with a couple of washers rather than cutting them down... 


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Good point , thanks Alan, I'll bring some washers with me...
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