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Not totally vintage, however Keeper of the flame. I started assembling this one in honor of my step mom who had been battling breast cancer for 7 years, unfortunately she lost the fight a couple...
Love the color and wishbone stay...very nice!
Sweet pics Brent!
It was very windy this morning so I sought the shelter of the woods.
Chuck Schmidt from Velo-Retro, he's active on the classic rendevous google group. This is the 3rd Tee I have purchased from him and like em all.
Wow, just wow. Need more pics :)
Grail bike for sure, I have one a tad too small on fleabay. Would happily offer a discount to bf members or even trade for a larger one. Enjoy!
Stunning LeicaLad!! It's a thing of beauty.
I posted this one earlier this week in another thread from Sunday's ride.
I'm Thankful for my 3 boys and a wife who puts up with my obsessive compulsive bike disorder.
Nice pics above of your 75 miler, that sure is a nice long one.
thanks Brent. I had purchased this one last summer from fellow forum member Fender1 and he really did an awesome job on this build. It rides and shifts like a dream. Very fun for relaxed rides.
A quick 10 on the Ritchey, perfect riding weather.
The great thing about riding a cross on the road is you can just rip off onto a field or into the woods if you so desire.
I'll take a Jack Taylor Tourist in a larger size, preferably 60-61cm with full racks and fenders If extra good, maybe a Peter Weigle.
when it rains it pours...pounce on :)
Exactly...Pounce on the good ones, if they don't fit or You don't like the ride, resale to at least break even is usually not an issue.
I think they made people into food...much better the bikes. :)
Yum yum, I love Soylent Green, very tasty...almost as much as Land Sharks.
Very cool ride, enjoy as they are one of the better handling bikes I have ever owned.
Here is a pic of mine, one...
Early morning, balmy 29 degree ride through Monmouth & Ocean County.
I just missed out as well, good thing I guess.
This list is too short, however here they are.