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Old School Ride
04-16-07, 04:54 PM
thank you for the invite. Simply I am a 43 year old professional who still has not grown up! Every time I get on my bike I still feel like the 10 year old riding all over town with all the freedom of a simple life. I love that feeling.
Hope I can be helpful in anyway
04-17-07, 04:10 AM
Hello Old School Ride--exactly what kind of old school ride are we talking about here? Does it have lugs? Steel?
Classic & Vintage is just a click away...
Welcome to BF!
Old School Ride
04-23-07, 04:39 AM
The Bike is steel with Shimano's 105 all around, except for the wheels, I went modern there and got a set of AlexRims DA22s. The bike rides like a charm and the steel frame absorbs a lot of the road. The bike was manufactured in 1988 according to the seriel number. It needs some more fine tuning but I am very happy with it. I had a Cannondale Carbon Fibre but I could not handle the stiffness and the my back rebelled.
Steve Bauer Boreas
04-23-07, 07:04 AM
Please stop by and bring pictures...we love photos in Classic & Vintage :D .
I have a modern bike (Specialized Dolce Elite) that's aluminium with carbon forks, and I prefer to ride my old steel bikes too.
Every time I get on my bike I still feel like the 10 year old riding all over town with all the freedom of a simple life. I love that feeling.
Isn't that what's it's really all about, OSR? Welcome!! :)
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