You're shameless. :D
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You're shameless. :D
Amen to that. I've got a '67 that looks just like yours, and that seat is like riding the pointy end of an anvil.
The freecreditreport.com bike is a Raleigh Superbe. The Zyrtec bike looks to be a Chinese Phoenix, but that seat sure isn't standard equipment.
Do I even want to know how you know that? Spend a lot of time at Lake Orillia?
Okay, you've had enough congratulations; now I'll pee on your parade (so to speak):
It's micturition. You could've just said 'pee shivers'. At least you won't go blind from it. :lol:
That's cool; I oughta do that to the '67 Racer I've got sitting around.
It's left-hand thread. Put an adjustable crescent wrench on it in such a position that you can grasp the wrench and the crank arm at the same time. Squeeze as required.
Here's another perverted Super Sport:
I think they need to come up with something approximating the old Simplex guard that clamped to the downtube and FD clamp.
You guys wouldn't believe how gratified I am that JR and others have taken up the decal battle flag. It was like being allowed to dismount a wild horse.
I totally had a hunch...
Oh, crap -- you'd swap out the saddle, spend a couple days sniffing it, then sell it on eBay. :lol:
Or for cyclists who wish to be thought of as vigorous and having large thighs.
WARNING: If he comes up with something like Mr. Ed, or Quick Draw McGraw, or El Kabong, just humor him.
Or really bad BB bearings.
Bleah! Looks like they parked it with the arse-end too close to the space heater.
Oh, Otis -- stop trying to butter me up.
Don't bother; just clean and regrease it in place.
So, is it a Biancki or a Nishichi?
I'd add two more pointers:
- Don't lace your rim on the living room floor while you're watching TV
- Be reasonably sober
And yes, I learned this the hard way.
If you flip them over, they're called South Road. :D
Oh, I call multiple BS on this. Maybe only six SD '63 LeMans coupes were built, maybe not. Every stinking one of them though, had the 'unusual' suspension -- it was the Chevrolet Corvair transaxle....
Snob appeal; nothing more. A stamped dropout will perform equally to forged one in 99.9% of all cases.
Mid-'70s Puch-built, I think. Still worth $60.
Thank goodness it was only a Peugeot.