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A road racing bicycle, using a mix of shaped aluminum tubing and carbon fibre parts, made by Cyfac.


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  • (del) (cur) 09:51, 31 March 2005 . . Ian Dunster ( Talk | contribs) . . 368×307 (85,607 bytes) (Lightened and set levels. Removed white border. Sharpened slightly.)
  • (del) (rev) 01:11, 31 March 2005 . . Julius.kusuma ( Talk | contribs) . . 469×382 (38,338 bytes) (A road racing bicycle, using a mix of shaped aluminum tubing and carbon fibre parts, made by Cyfac.)

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  • Campagnolo
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  • Cyfac
  • User:Julius.kusuma
  • History of the bicycle
  • Wikipedia:Watch/schoolwatch/Schools for deletion archive
  • Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Log/2005 August 7
  • Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Charlotte High School
  • User:Tony Sidaway/Bicycle award
  • User talk:Cool Cat/Archive/2006/01
  • User:Kelly Martin/Awards
  • User:Tony Sidaway/Galleries/Awards
  • User:Tony Sidaway/old userpage
  • User:Avriette/UTS
  • Portal:Cycling
  • Portal:Cycling/Intro
  • User:Randall Brackett/Various
  • User:Sj/olpc dictionary images
  • User talk:Jessamyn/archive1


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