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Tough call, Plonz. I can't offer any advice. I think I would tend to push it around my desk for awhile, if only I had a desk. I live in my shop.
Looks like it would make a good bike for downhill racing.
1981. Mt. Shasta, California. The first annual Whiskeytown Downhill.
Cedrela odorata. While in Belize, I walked past stumps at the sawmill, that were 7 and 8 feet across.
I was just over in the corner hanging a hammer up and noticed that the 93 HardRock frameset has rack and fender brazeons. It's been hanging there for over a year. It might be time.
Spinning out of control of late.
Never heard of it but it's a pretty bike.
If, like many of us here, you tend toward thriftiness, you can buy a short subscription to Fine Woodworking's online edition and then download like mad. I also subscribe to Woodworker's Journal...
Here too. It is never a problem to say hello to everyone you pass throughout the day. In the USA, folks look at me like they think I'm stalking them.
I'm honing my skills at wood working. Our new house is nearing completion and I am doing all of the wood work. Just finishing up the window shutters now, after which I will launch into doors. I've...
Pretty country. I grew up in Wayne county, Ohio.
My Panasonic built Paramount is that one for me; It rides itself.
I know we live in the land of the Italian is supreme, here. For my money Panasonic frames are the nicest I've ever ridden. I've yet to try the fabled Italian.
Almost all things come after we stop looking.
Exactly my size and a nice color scheme too. But I remain on the wagon indefinitely, at least until I come up with a shipping address. In the USA.
A very nice part of the world. Yeah, this is your warm season, isn't it.
Are you sure you're not a woman? That's some kinda reading between the lines!
Yesterday I rode with one padded glove and one unpadded Giro Zero. The hand with the zero on it was much more comfortable over the course of 70 miles.
The manager of my LBS, the southeast Mexico regional manager as well, has never heard of a 26.4mm seatpost. Otherwise, he is a very nice and helpful guy.
yes. If I don't tilt my leather saddles up a bit, I slide off of them. Padded saddles tend to remain flat.
And I'm just getting started. Great riding weather until sometime in March or April, when it becomes night time only once again.