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    [QUOTE=Hoss Cartright;14502552]


    That B210 is nice. But this is something else. Wow. My mom had one just like it. I can remember stretching out in that huge back seat as a kid. That's a real beauty Jim.

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    [QUOTE=rootboy;14506668]
    Quote Originally Posted by Hoss Cartright View Post

    That B210 is nice. ....
    I learned to drive on a '78 B210.

    then after that, my parents got a 210 Wagon and I took that to prom. Yep.
    Rast ich so rost ich. (When I rest, I rust)

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    Taken while doing a "photoshoot" to send a a pic to The Times to say why I Love My Bike


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    [QUOTE=RB1-luvr;14507340]
    Quote Originally Posted by rootboy View Post

    I learned to drive on a '78 B210.

    then after that, my parents got a 210 Wagon and I took that to prom. Yep.
    Oh, for shame!

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    This is me and my beloved Fuji. It is my first "restro-mod" and it taught me a lot about bicycles.
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    Taken last night right before heading to a friends house a few neighborhoods down to meet up before the midnight premier of The Dark Knight Rises. Broken thumb and all.

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    If you've never checked out the Flickr group "Panda Portraits" it's a fun place to waste some time while at work
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    new pic to put up later
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    From last Sunday's ride feeling pretty tired.

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    It's been a while since I posted here, so first, there's a picture of me from approximately 1982.



    A few of us rode a century a couple of weekends ago. I did most of it stoking photogravity's tandem.



    The journey included a couple of ferry rides.



    I was even publicly shamed in the stocks!



    About two-thirds of the way into the trip, I left the tandem. aixaix loaned me his super-fine orange Olympia bicycle. It was a treat to ride.



    I'd like to think that the last picture looks similar to the first picture, even though they're 30 years apart!
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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    It's been a while since I posted here, so first, there's a picture of me from approximately 1982.

    Great picture. Huret "clicky" and Zefal pump... I remember them well.
    Rast ich so rost ich. (When I rest, I rust)

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    That's a Huret Multito, and it had a BELT drive! No clicks. Utterly silent. I think I still have one lying around.
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    yup, I had Multitos on a few bikes, with the belt, but we called 'em clickys in my club. Maybe referring to the click sound when resetting them. Mine are all long gone.
    Rast ich so rost ich. (When I rest, I rust)

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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    It's been a while since I posted here, so first, there's a picture of me from approximately 1982.





    I'd like to think that the last picture looks similar to the first picture, even though they're 30 years apart!
    Looks to me the only difference between the photos is the slacker head tube angle on the Olympia

    You ain't aged a day, Tom!

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    At least now we know what Klinger will look like when he finally gets back from Korea.
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    Have I posted on this thread? Not sure.
    Me and my '67 Peugeot PX10 beside the St John's river in Jacksonville

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    Quote Originally Posted by harpon View Post
    Have I posted on this thread? Not sure.
    Me and my '67 Peugeot PX10 beside the St John's river in Jacksonville
    Well, that sure brings back memories riding and skating in Memorial Park as a kid in the late forties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cehowardGS View Post
    I was at my son's wedding..Not mine..

    All I can say, is that Roscoe must been a real skinny dude.
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    I got the wedding being your son's, it was just my awkward way of saying your beautiful wife still looks young. RLB was pretty skinny and he was a superb actor. You truly look like him, especially with your hair combed back like he did too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
    Looks to me the only difference between the photos is the slacker head tube angle on the Olympia

    You ain't aged a day, Tom!

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    Thank you, my good sir. I actually have gained about 30 pounds in 30 years, but a good portion of it is in bone and muscle. I still sink when I go into a swimming pool. I can't float.

    I don't know about the head angles on Michael's Olympia or on my former Atala Competizione. The Olympia is an extremely nimble and responsive bike. That picture was taken from slightly farther behind, which could make it look slacker than the Atala.

    I built the Atala mostly of spare parts. See if you can see something quirky on it. You'll see it if you look long enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    I still sink when I go into a swimming pool. I can't float.
    Always a good sign one's putting on the right kind of weight

    I don't know about the head angles on Michael's Olympia or on my former Atala Competizione. The Olympia is an extremely nimble and responsive bike. That picture was taken from slightly farther behind, which could make it look slacker than the Atala.
    It could very well be the angle of the photo, but since you pointed the bike out as aixaix's Olympia, I remembered that mine has a pretty shallow head tube when compared to all my other bikes. I figured I was seeing a traditional thing.

    I built the Atala mostly of spare parts. See if you can see something quirky on it. You'll see it if you look long enough.
    Is that a high-flange front wheel and low-flange back? Or are you speaking of the sidepulls with the cable anchor/QR on the "wrong" side?

    Looks like a little bit of drillium on the non-driveside brake lever, too

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    Here's an 3-4 year old picture of me, out hunting wabbits:


    And a really, really old picture of my during my high school years:
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    My wife & me the night before my fixed gear century ride:


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    Here I am out for a ride in Beloit Wisconsin a couple of days ago. Fiddled too long with the camera after actuating the timer.



    May as well show my better side too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbossman View Post
    And a really, really old picture of my during my high school years:
    Two dates for the Prom - how badass is that?



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