mine's the red one.
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mine's the red one.
just......gorgeous! electrician/hvac (the conduit bender)?
why not donate the stuff?
i'm (still) free! (mr. Humphries)
I go bike portable-
bnc mount for a 2m rubber duck and an mfj multi-band Walkman telescopic on the rack, and a 3/8x24 mount for an mfj 6m hamtenna stick.
the Rodney likes these stories!
wonder where the rest of the bike is?
i particularly like the roman numerals.
had a sears english racer once, and the lever was almost touching the handlebar in first.
are all you folks looking over my shoulder? now i'm paranoid + ocd...
had it in a big toe many years ago.
like to died from pain.
i eat much less red meat, now, and no more attacks.
i feels fer ya.
well, i like it!
a step through is good for when you have the rack piled high.
been kinda wishing i had a mixte (i know your bike isn't one) for serious grocery shopping.
interesting. i recently bought an airbrush setup intending to use it for model railroading.
my helmet is kindasorta beat up and i thought i might practice on it first.
i just used waterbased...
i heard walgreens sells these at christmas...
do NOT get me started on old cars. who has great memories of riding in a tercel or starlet as a child? no-one.
gorgeous bike! looooove the badge!
i got my tools one at a time (budgetary constraints) and used them for several years with the bike turned upside down on the floor.
if you get a stand first you won't be able to fix the bikes since...
no problem here as long as it's not blaring.
riding music: steppenwolf, the who (who's next? record), abba, lady gaga, ac/dc...
from winnie the pooh. full phrase is heffalumps and woozles. they're trying to catch one, but don't know what one looks like and they're also wondering wht to do with it if they DO catch one. they're...
sigh. i love tools, and even more, ones old enough to tell stories.
old timer stories are the best!
i remember when (hey, i wasn't the old timer in this story- but i'm 60 now and have my own!) i was taking a motorbike ride around america.
1975, met an o.t. at the...
i had a ross. it rode well and required only routine maintenance. loved that bike.
take a phone with you. never know who is going to call!
i keep mine inside.
when arriving home i rinse it off with hot tap water outside, let it drip onto towels on my interior landing, then give it a cursory wipe off.
park pcs-10, dual purpose.
matco is still with us, as is cornwell. true, i don't see as many around as i used to.