:lol: I resemble that remark.
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:lol: I resemble that remark.
I'm OK with some Belgian ales. White ales don't do much for me, but I'll drink them if offered. Strangely, I like either real malty, dark beer (stouts and porters) or really hoppy stuff. Double IPAs...
:roflmao: When in Rome....
While I have seen pictures of damaged stamped drops (in most cases they're bent and need to be put back into proper form), I've seen far more damaged forged dropouts on this forum and...
I have one of those SunTour AW clones sitting in a box here. I've been thinking about fitting it to one of my bikes at some point. I'm pretty sure it was made in Japan under license from SA as the...
I'm on the fence with this. After all it is far closer for me than Cape Cod and I'd have a good chance of seeing KonAaron Snake and meeting a few new folks. OTOH, we've never really seen Cape Cod and...
I love stuff like this. Definitely something that guys here on this forum will appreciate a lot.
Given how well Grand Bois tires match their specs, I'd expect them to measure out very close to what is advertised.
I have a bag full of Campy shifters. I think I finally have a use for them! :innocent:
:roflmao2: Gotta love that one... Any more classics like that up your sleeve you'd like to share? ;)
For me, it would have to be the Hetchins. Other than the Raleighs, which are semi-ordinary, the remaining choices aren't English. I'm a known Anglophile when it comes to my bicycles.
Ugh. You're muddying the waters for me. Dagnabbit!!
Or Fugazi for Fuji. Guy Picciotto rocks. :thumb:
I thought he said Floridians need not reply. Thanks for rubbing it in. :crash:
Regardless of whether a post has grammar or spelling errors, it all drives me nuts. I'm not sure why. :twitchy:
Dried Purple Haze?
I think he had it built up with a carbon fiber fork, IIRC. As an aside, if I didn't already have an Appel frame in my queue and if this was my size, I'd give this serious consideration.
Now, that's appreciation for you! :) It pains me to see that little Lotus sitting there covered in snow and ice like that.
Most of my bikes are set up with right hand front brakes. Too many years riding motorcycles and I'm too lazy to unlearn it now.
I just talked to the CEO to get some buy-in on the possibility of making the trip. :) About the Sprinter, I don't want to hi-jack this thread but let's suffice it to say that I really like it a lot....
If that isn't a truism, I don't know what is. I'm somewhere around the 40 mark and need to to some thinning of the herd.
I'll have to see what's going on around then. I, like aixaix, would like to have somewhere to camp, though if we come up for the ride it'll be a slightly different kind of van. As far as which...
Please don't tell me this is still hanging around... That is such a stunning old tandem. I just don't have any more available room for bikes, or it'd probably already be in my collection.
Dagnabbit. How'd I miss that fact? :crash:
But Jim's hardcore and old school when it comes to tire pressure. :P
As with you, I prefer lower pressures, but I don't think we're going to convince Jim lower pressure is better.