Frejus, me thinks.
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Frejus, me thinks.
Yes indeed. Of course, I was trying to accommodate your diet, with different options. Whiskey has a lot of calories, you know.
Absinthe, not so many. But I'm not so sure about the drive home.
My every day pic last week. But now, it seems like I was dreaming.
Ok then….whiskey it is!
OK yous guys. No arguing over the beer. I'm ordering Coors, direct from Utah, where it's 3 %. ;)
I can bring a selection of beers. Hope it's warm enough to enjoy it! But you have to give me some...
Dang. The miles get longer as I get older. ;)
OK. I have notoriously pedestrian taste in beer. What do you guys like?
Uh oh. Looks like I'd better remember to bring a cooler full-O-beers….
Half a mile, Jim? Uh…OK...I must be getting old. I'll wager you a beer it's closer to a mile. ;)
Heh. More of a comment on my scrawny azz, Tom. ;)
I'm sure there are much better maps out there, but here is one. Trail starts in Dennis. Exit 9A, then right, through three lights, I believe....
Got this at a yard sale in about 89 or so. Paid the guy sixty bucks for it. Of course, it looked nothing like this when I got it....
I bought mine at a yard sale, and only keyed on it because it had Nuovo Record derailleurs on it, and it was cheap. Sold it a few months later. Somehow, I didn't quite like the ride. Maybe it was a...
Ah, you're probably right, BG. My memory is sketchy, at best.
I was fortunate enough to be invited by Scott to tour the Fisk facility. My gawd. What a place. As a fellow who loves to work with his hands, I was blown away by the place. SO fascinating. ...
I had one of these bikes for a short spell, in the 90's. A red one. As I remember, it had 23 mm tubular tires on it.
Definitely a surly price. Highway robbery.
How about a piece of 3/16ths aluminum bar stock, with a hole drilled through it, two stainless washers, nut and bolt?
Yeah …I know. Probably more...
Well, you don't have eyelets in those rims, so I would just go after them with a rag wrapped around your index finger and some Mothers. Still lots of work. I like working on bikes, but dread...
I hear he used loose balls and pre-loaded his headsets just so.
I would go loose balls. More trouble than caged sets, but you can add one more ball, usually, sometimes two, which helps spread the load more evenly, I think. Fill race with grease, fill with balls...
Very nice photo, Scott.
I don't covet many bikes, but I would like a Pro. If only because I could not afford one back in '71-72, and I really wanted one.
Beauty, Scott. Did you ride that...
If it were me, and I lived in or near a major town that had one, I'd take the fork to one of those automotive paint match places.
Autobody supply, etc., and have them match it. Should be spot on.
CRIKEY, Jim! I had never heard of this and had to look it up. Come to find thru reading about it that it very well could be a problem for me. Maybe. Thanks!
I believe it would. What is your frame size, Shopco43?
What are you? Why, you're a silver-tongued, smooth as silk real fine mo-fo.
Oh, you mean the bike? No idea. But it's nice.
Still time to change it before you clear coat? Is it my eyes or is that "531" blue too? Interesting.