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Old 05-24-10, 07:54 PM   #1
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Bicycles as art and life's a great ride. See attached

I have been a rider since my college roommate (1970s) taught me about beautiful cycles. Attached is a beautiful (at least I think so) bianchi. I believe it is from the 60s, but who knows. I just love to take it out to ride. I also have a daimler benz lightweight racer in smoke green chrome finish with original campy. For me, the fun is keeping from getting out of shape while preserving some of these old beauties. Some day, I will have time to ride more. For now, life's a great ride, and so is watching my boys grow up.

I'm putting together a written collection about fine things, fine music, fine entertaining and fine living generally - including cycles. I would welcome any stories any members want to share about the intersection of fine living and cycling. I guess that's enough for now. It is nice to meet all of you.

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Bruce
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Old 05-25-10, 12:07 AM   #2
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Bruce, welcome to Bike Forums!

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Attached is a beautiful (at least I think so) bianchi. I believe it is from the 60s, but who knows.
Agreed, it's a beauty. If you want to know more about its age, post a pic + serial number info in our Classic and Vintage -forum, members there may be able to help you.

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