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#1267253 - 02/21/17 01:31 PM "Re-Cycling"
ConRAD
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"RE-CYCLING"

Since a few years, by now, instead of getting rid of all the junks coming from some of my old bicycles, I’m trying to re-cycle and so far attempting to give them a second life. It’s just an hobby of course, requiring nevertheless some fantasy and a minimum of manual skill on wood working, besides some mechanical and electrical dexterity.

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#1267270 - 02/21/17 03:07 PM Re: "Re-Cycling" [Re: ConRAD]
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Quite impressing. And nice to watch. I´m sure, these charming designs are quite some eye-catchers... Congratulation to this kind of creative "re-cycling"...
Leben und leben lassen
Liebe Grüße, Peter
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#1267329 - 02/21/17 10:10 PM Re: "Re-Cycling" [Re: ConRAD]
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Looks good - now, also old bicycle parts will become valuable objects wink .
Gruß, Arnulf

"Ein Leben ohne Radfahren ist möglich, aber sinnlos" (frei nach Loriot)
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