Readers’ Rides: Javi’s Pässila Ramäkkä

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What are you all riding? This is where we find out! You send us your submissions, and then we cast our judgemental expert lustful eyes over them and bring them to the world to ooh and ahh over. We’re picking the prettiest, the most curious, and the ones with a good story for you to appraise, praise, and maybe look wistfully at.  This week we opened our inbox to titanium and umlauts – our attention was caught. And then those tyres. We’re in. At least, we’re in for drooling. Would we want the responsibility of keeping this clean and shiny? Hmm… let’s get a closer look, hear from Javi about his choices, and then you can decide. Jangly guitar band album cover?Why this bike? I’ve always wanted a Titanium bike. Since those Merlins and Kona Hei-heis from the 90’s, I’ve felt the desire for this precious metal. After going through all the available materials (steel, alu, carbon) I finally managed to get one. I guess the white porc’s are part of that nostalgia from the 90’s too!! I have......

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