My little buddy on my Raleigh SS build.
"After all is said and done, a hell lot of a lot more is said than done."
"You talkin' to me?
non-fixie: thanks for the great links! That looked like an amazing day out with a drool-worthy cornucopia of vintage high-quality bikes, frames, parts and clothing. Wish I could've been there for that...
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did you happen to capture the price and year of the blue "crumpled steel" Colnago?
Some of those prices seem very nice.
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Life happens, don't be a spectator.
Took a day off today to start the boating season! Spent most of the day launching and cleaning one of my other C&V playthings: a 1972 Centurion 32.
I didn't notice the bird and bunny were watching until after I took the photo.
Last edited by gaucho777; 03-26-12 at 06:09 PM.
'70 Cilo Pacer | '73 Ron Kitching/Speedwell Ti | '74 Nishiki Competition | '74 Peugeot UE-8 | '86 Look Equipe "Bernard Hinault" (Reynolds 753) | '89 Park Precision (Team ParkPre/Conejo Velo issue) | '90 Park Precision MTB (Team ParkPre/Conejo Velo issue)
Avatar photo courtesy of jeffveloart.com, contact: contact: jeffnil8 (at) gmail.com.
Love those pics Cobrabyte. Downloaded a couple from your flickr page. Beautiful trees, and your bike looks great in the first photo.
Be the person your dog thinks you are.