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Old October 14th 04, 09:21 PM
flyingdutch
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hippy Wrote:

What I want to know is how the thousands of
other crap bikes haven't been subject to the same
sort of recall? I guess they aren't ridden enough to
actually fall apart so they remain 'in the wild'.

hippy


or the kids bikes that have a handbrake fitted that kids cant possibl
have the grip strength to operate, just to placate som
cardigan-wearing beauracrat that they have 'systems in place' to ensur
the safety of kid

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Old October 14th 04, 09:45 PM
Alan Erskine
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"flyingdutch" wrote in
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or the kids bikes that have a handbrake fitted that kids cant possibly
have the grip strength to operate, just to placate some
cardigan-wearing beauracrat that they have 'systems in place' to ensure
the safety of kids


Yep. Like the 'need' for a bell (must be functioning) that is totally out
of reach (and, therefore in reallity, non-functional).


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