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Old 12-30-13, 12:43 PM   #1226
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Ah, Big Mig. I miss those days of watching him in the TT's. Thanks for sharing!
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Here is recent pic of me in July '13 while on a bike tour through the Vaucluse and Luberon region of Provence. My Lynskey Cooper CX S&S pulling double duty as a loaded tourer, my Dean El Diente SL S&S, C40, Mondonico Futura Legerro, and a few others.{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252{\fonttbl**
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Old 01-01-14, 07:50 PM   #1228
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Here is recent pic of me in July '13 while on a bike tour through the Vaucluse and Luberon region of Provence. My Lynskey Cooper CX S&S pulling double duty as a loaded tourer, my Dean El Diente SL S&S, C40, Mondonico Futura Legerro, and a few others.
Sweet bikes, jersey and hat.
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Old 01-01-14, 07:55 PM   #1229
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Here is recent pic of me in July '13 while on a bike tour through the Vaucluse and Luberon region of Provence. My Lynskey Cooper CX S&S pulling double duty as a loaded tourer, my Dean El Diente SL S&S, C40, Mondonico Futura Legerro, and a few others.{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252{\fonttbl**
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Happy New Year!

Holy smokes. I thought I had a few cool bikes, but I might be wrong.

You are loaded my friend.

Are you still in Germany?

We will be back this year, well at least part of the family.
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Old 01-01-14, 09:40 PM   #1231
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A great shot from Ventoux!
+1 sweet rides!
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Old 01-02-14, 05:44 AM   #1232
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Happy New Year!

Holy smokes. I thought I had a few cool bikes, but I might be wrong.

You are loaded my friend.

Are you still in Germany?

We will be back this year, well at least part of the family.
Grady, my bikes can't compare to your classics!

We are still in Germany but will be back in Oregon by the end of this year. We will have been here for 2 years (in June for the wife, and Sep for me) and it is flying by quick! Let me know if you make it to the Stuttgart area. I'll show you around the Black Forest!
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Finally got to the place where I can post these. First pic is me on my Boneshaker (swapped an old Palo Alto Bike Shop 10-speed for her)


Second - my Speedwell Mk I with full first-generation Campy Super Record Ti group, Regina Ti chain & freewheel, bought from the founder's son


Third - my Larry Blake-built Lineseeker (predecessor to the Exxon Graftek) with American-made Weyless group, Cool Gear seat


Fourth - my first-gen Rigi with Shimano Dura-Ace 10 pitch track group incl seat post and handlebar stem, Brooks Swift seat


Fifth - my Teledyne Titan (with both prototype and production decals), full Hi-E group and 200 gram rims, Galli Ti brakes, Huret Jubilee changer


Sixth - my Masi with "interesting leftovers group" incl. Ofmega Mistral crank, prototype Hi-E front hub, original Campagnolo Nuovo Record long-cage (pre-Rally) derailleur


Seventh - my Colnago Master with Regina Record Extra (aluminum-cog Oro) freewheel, Campy Hi-Lo rear hub & Colnago-pantographed parts


Eighth is my Look Equipe Team Issue restored to La Vie Claire team specs except for the Campagnolo Delta brakes


Ninth - my Exxon Graftek with first-generation Shimano Dura-Ace parts (that included "safety levers" on the center-pull brakes!)


Tenth and final pic - my 120-speed Trek recumbent, because the "bicycle man" must have more gears than other mortals!


Not pictured - Guerciotti Alan mountain bike with AMP Research front fork, second Teledyne (16 pound track bike), second Rigi & second Graftek which all get ridden
(#1 - #9 I can't afford to break so they hang in the Bike Room)... but I'm not as bad as I was...twelve others (from 40's-80's) were sold off when I lost my last job.

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Old 01-05-14, 08:47 AM   #1234
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Well, probably not what you had in mind. Taken about 15 years ago. I'm a little grayer and a little more wrinkled but look pretty much the same now that I've lost most of the weight I put on during that time and I still have the Krate.
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Old 01-05-14, 09:27 AM   #1235
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Me at a WORS MTB race around "98/'99 riding my first adult bike........a '95 C-Dale M500. Not sure of the venue but I think it's the Levis/Trow Citizen course

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Old 01-21-14, 12:09 PM   #1236
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Here I am with my two best bikes in the background: The Koga Miyata Full Pro I bought (frame) from Elev12k and my Gunnar Rockhound 29'er. Nice to meet you folks!
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Old 01-25-14, 11:01 PM   #1239
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7 yrs old, Portsmouth, Va on my first ride; I think it was a Western Flyer or a Rollfast.

40 years later at the Copake swap; 1941 Raleigh Popular


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Here is recent pic of me in July '13 while on a bike tour through the Vaucluse and Luberon region of Provence. My Lynskey Cooper CX S&S pulling double duty as a loaded tourer, my Dean El Diente SL S&S, C40, Mondonico Futura Legerro, and a few others.
Luberon! I used to visit some friends who lived way up in the woods near Céreste & hike along the ancient shepherd's trail from Apt. They moved, but I'd love to get back there for a good ride - now I have friends a little further east near Castellane.
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Luberon! I used to visit some friends who lived way up in the woods near Céreste & hike along the ancient shepherd's trail from Apt. They moved, but I'd love to get back there for a good ride - now I have friends a little further east near Castellane.
It's nice to have friends in cool places! I love this part of the world.
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Here I am with my two best bikes in the background: The Koga Miyata Full Pro I bought (frame) from Elev12k and my Gunnar Rockhound 29'er. Nice to meet you folks!
Nice to meet you too David! I have to say, I'm shocked that Elev12k parted with one of his Koga Miyata Pro bikes... it goes without saying that I'm beyond jealous!!! Time after time Elev12K has been incredibly helpful on here and RetroBikeUK, always willing to lend a hand, he is one of my favorite forum members!

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Nice to meet you too David! I have to say, I'm shocked that Elev12k parted with one of his Koga Miyata Pro bikes... it goes without saying that I'm beyond jealous!!! Time after time Elev12K has been incredibly helpful on here and RetroBikeUK, always willing to lend a hand, he is one of my favorite forum members!

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Thx guys The FullPro is an authentic team Tulip Computers example. Neo, don't be shocked, it is not like I ran out of FullPros now. I have several left and an used early eighties blue/gold one is my main ride atm. Me, Don and a couple other aficionados in Haarlem in 2013 >>>

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I'm a long-time reader, but just recently signed up, so thought I'd introduce myself to this (my favorite) board with a pic of my and my bike:


This is me, after one of my first rides on my beloved '82 Champion Mondial. Since then there have been some changes on the bike (saddle, lever hoods, pedals, speedometer..), but the smile never went away
I consider it vintage, although it's not very pure.. I put new Mavic Aksium rims on it, which I think match very much. I'm not a vintage purist, I just like the look of the bike...

Thought I'd open a new topic in the near future about my bike, since I have a few questions.
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I'm a long-time reader, but just recently signed up, so thought I'd introduce myself to this (my favorite) board with a pic of my and my bike:


This is me, after one of my first rides on my beloved '82 Champion Mondial. Since then there have been some changes on the bike (saddle, lever hoods, pedals, speedometer..), but the smile never went away
I consider it vintage, although it's not very pure.. I put new Mavic Aksium rims on it, which I think match very much. I'm not a vintage purist, I just like the look of the bike...

Thought I'd open a new topic in the near future about my bike, since I have a few questions.
Sweet bike - and equally sweet jersey!
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I'm a long-time reader, but just recently signed up, so thought I'd introduce myself to this (my favorite) board with a pic of my and my bike:
This is me, after one of my first rides on my beloved '82 Champion Mondial. Since then there have been some changes on the bike (saddle, lever hoods, pedals, speedometer..), but the smile never went away
I consider it vintage, although it's not very pure.. I put new Mavic Aksium rims on it, which I think match very much. I'm not a vintage purist, I just like the look of the bike...

Thought I'd open a new topic in the near future about my bike, since I have a few questions.
Welcome to the forums, DH! Nice bike, let's have a closer look:




Hmmm, both you and the bike look very purposeful. Well done!
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Long time lurker (thank you for all the help through that time) and figured I'd better join.

Not too many pics of me on the bike...I seem to be the one who is taking the photos. Closest I have is this one from a few years ago. Was riding a century with two friends and had been fighting a wicked cross wind for a while...this was my reaction to the turn sign. Riding my "daily driver" 2004 Felt F60 (with a lot of upgrades since then).


This is the latest project, finished restoring it last summer (replaced cables, housing, bar tape, and tires...everything else is original). 1971 Raleigh International. Was my father's first new bike purchase after college. He's enjoyed it for 40+ years, now it's my turn to take it for 40 years.


This is the next project. Another of my dad's old bikes. Unfortunately he threw the fork away at some point. If anyone has an undrilled track fork that would work for a bike from this era that they would be willing to part with, let me know. It's been hard to find much information on the bike, so if anyone knows anything about old Paragons...


I really spend most of my time on dirt, but my mtn bike died a painful death last summer (cracked frame). Still working on finding a suitable replacement before the snow melts. That said, the Raleigh has really furthered my appreciation for classic/vintage bikes.
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Hmmm, both you and the bike look very purposeful. Well done!
Yes, very nice Gazelle.

Welcome to the forum.

Maybe add a few additional pics to our Dutch thread if you have the time.

I'm sure people would like to see more.

I know I would.
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