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Old 04-18-07, 02:05 AM   #1
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heya straight outa stumptown

yeah
i haven't been on the forums in soo long
thought it was about time to get going, so...
helloooo everyone

i live in portland and ride as much as i can these days
sophie is my current bike, she's pretty cool. She is a raleigh fixie conversion. She is my first from-scratch build so i'm proud about that but i'm simply waiting for the summer to start my next, far more serious, project. very stoaked on that...

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all of my friends didn't really ride much save for one but i finally instilled some logic in them so they are all starting to fall in love with bikes on their own accord
its great
****in finally

so that's my contribution to the world right now, not much, but counts for something right?

well, yeah, that's it for now i guess


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Old 04-18-07, 03:02 AM   #2
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Hello Justis, glad to hear that you are back with us...and yes, it does count for something.

Welcome back to BF!

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Hi Justus. Raleigh fixie conversion? What color? Perhaps I'll see you around...
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She is a raleigh fixie conversion. She is my first from-scratch build so i'm proud about that but i'm simply waiting for the summer to start my next, far more serious, project. very stoaked on that...
Sweet conversion, Justis. Now come on ... out with it. What's your latest project????


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...about that

I don't really know what my next project will entail

i'm thinking about finding a really decent stock frame or something, something legit i guess

and then from there i want to really be selective with parts and stuff

i'm thinking miche set and a good frame would be a nice start, any sugestions on affordable yet quality frames?
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my bike

well, it is rattle canned a slightly greyish cobalty blue color with white fork and a white back rim as of now

and yes.. it'd sweet to see you in this lovely lovely city of ours
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