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Gordo

Gordo

December 9, 2011

um.. i dont get it. cool aerospoke, i guess.

Bernie

Bernie

December 9, 2011

Cool. I’d love to see the rig they had the camera on… was it on a bike, or a scooter, or what?

Steve

Steve

January 22, 2012

Couldn’t help wondering if this guy was actually going anywhere or just trying to wear himself out ( and me with that song! ) by cycling in circles!!! Still…In Bangkok all you need is a bike, a T-shirt and a hole in the traffic.

willy

willy

February 24, 2012

I’d guess it was filmed from an old Vespa, sounded like one at least.  I have a question and I hope Khun Yai (or someone) will answer.  I live in Chiang Mai and am interested in an All City frame.  The first comment refers to Brothers Bike as “our partners in Thailand”.  Are they distributing your frames here in Thailand?  Can you provide contact info?

Thanks!

Brothers Bike

Brothers Bike

March 14, 2012

Hi Willy,

I’m Neng from Brothers Bike Thailand, All-City distributor at Bangkok, Thailand and Mr. Yai is my rider.

Please feel free to contact me follow e mail as below,

H/P: 0819835090, 0897718034
E mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Thanks,

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