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  1. Good choice!

    Good choice!
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    We took the tandem out for 70.4 miles today,...

    We took the tandem out for 70.4 miles today, Bedford to Pepperell and back. Lovely weather, cool but pleasant, not overly windy! Had some nice conversations including a chat over our lunch in...
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    We rode the tandem for 70.4 miles today, Bedford...

    We rode the tandem for 70.4 miles today, Bedford to Pepperell and back, our longest ride this year. Saw four other tandems today, had some nice conversations with various folks including two kids on...
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    bcr, that's a pretty neat bike. I'm curious...

    bcr, that's a pretty neat bike. I'm curious whether you intend to keep the steel wheels though. Just don't get caught in the rain.
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    From today's ride: ...

    From today's ride:

    http://world.std.com/~muller/pics/Ride5.02.2015/NiceHouse.jpg

    http://world.std.com/~muller/pics/Ride5.02.2015/turtles.jpg
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    Sticky: JamMM, that's an inviting pic! We did 70.4...

    JamMM, that's an inviting pic!

    We did 70.4 miles on the tandem today, Bedford to Pepperell.

    Just one of the interesting things to see:...
  7. I don't know about specific models but for $200...

    I don't know about specific models but for $200 that looks like a dang fine bike.
  8. Some projects always seem too "substantial" to...

    Some projects always seem too "substantial" to get done. I have a Motobecane project that doesn't stay on the work stand, it stays on the non-work stand.
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    Yes it is. Just west of 93, just north of 95...

    Yes it is. Just west of 93, just north of 95 (which we all know is really 128, now don't we?).

    Welcome to Boston where you can go from 95 S to 93 N by continuing straight east. And that sign is...
  10. Not much to show.

    Not much to show.
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    Woburn must have been playing games when the...

    Woburn must have been playing games when the upgraded an old road to be a "modern" business-focused area. Heading west the eastern/northern section takes a left turn and the continuation straight is...
  12. You will hear all kinds of advice on this point...

    You will hear all kinds of advice on this point but I'll toss out this perspective. You don't have to be racing to appreciate the feel of a finer, seemingly faster bike. If you were racing you'd be...
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    You had two "in line" for the RD. I don't want...

    You had two "in line" for the RD. I don't want to cut in, but you can never have enough 1st gen Cyclone GT RDs. PM coming.
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    Yow. I have that book Cyclepedia. Some of those...

    Yow. I have that book Cyclepedia. Some of those bikes I'd love to own. At least one I actually do. Some are curiosities. Some make me wonder what the designer was thinking. Now I wonder why it...
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    L58, very nice! I should post my...

    L58, very nice!

    I should post my recently-finished Gazelle too...

    http://world.std.com/~muller/pics/Gazelle/GazelleReady.jpg
  16. Even in the early 70's you usually got QR skewers...

    Even in the early 70's you usually got QR skewers on everything except the cheapest models. So yes, they were common.
  17. I'd say you were lucky. Riding a bike upside...

    I'd say you were lucky. Riding a bike upside down like that you might have dropped yourself on him. Maybe the guy you dropped tried riding that way when you lent him your bike. He was lucky he...
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    Welcome to Woburn. I don't know where I'm going...

    Welcome to Woburn. I don't know where I'm going but I know where I am!

    http://world.std.com/~muller/pics/MishawumAndMishawum.jpg
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    nb, those ride shots look awesome. I can...

    nb, those ride shots look awesome. I can understand the Tarzan bit.

    I'm still working but at least I get to ride spiffy bikes to work sometimes. Today was the Masi. Here's an intersection I go...
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    Sticky: Today's commute on the Masi. ...

    Today's commute on the Masi.

    http://world.std.com/~muller/pics/MnMnBike.jpg
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    Oh, I know. :thumb: Speaking of weather,...

    Oh, I know. :thumb:

    Speaking of weather, today's was lovely, wuzzenit? Cool, slightly breezy, partly sunny. Yesterday was so much fun riding the high-end Motobecane to work that I rode the Masi...
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    Good question. There are times when I hug the...

    Good question. There are times when I hug the white line but it depends on the circumstances. A good friend who used to race but doesn't ride so much any more once commented on my riding style and...
  23. I have occasionally passed riders on expensive...

    I have occasionally passed riders on expensive modern bikes while climbing Cadillac Mt on vintage steel. I can't tell if they liked it or not because they are usually suffering enough from the...
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    Specifically a TA crank puller. If you keep the...

    Specifically a TA crank puller. If you keep the bike and that crank, as either a single or a double, you will use the puller every time you service the BB. I've bought quite a few tools over the...
  25. It doesn't have to be a rider. Dropping anything...

    It doesn't have to be a rider. Dropping anything on the bike will make the bike asplode. I don't believe riders asplode quite so easily.
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