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  1. Great travelogue Will! I'm heading that way soon...

    Great travelogue Will! I'm heading that way soon with the ol' JT in the Big Red Bus.
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    Yeah... I like the GB rando bar quite a bit...

    Yeah... I like the GB rando bar quite a bit myself.
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    http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/837952-w...

    http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/837952-what-came-post-you-today-81.html#post17114223
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    That Cicognani is a beautiful bicycle, but that...

    That Cicognani is a beautiful bicycle, but that old Frejus you have there in the background is one of my favorites here on the forums. I overlook its Italian heritage.
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    Aha, so that's what you look like! ;) I know what...

    Aha, so that's what you look like! ;) I know what John looks like, so now I know you are purple-shirted. ;)
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    Thanks @Velognome...

    Thanks @Velognome. I'll see your one and raise you five. ;) I've now amassed a small collection of CTC pins and similar stuff, including a couple Norman Cycles pins and a National Cyclists Union pin....
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    Nice pics iab. Like you, I really dig that...

    Nice pics iab. Like you, I really dig that Cinelli Roadster. Is the picture of the next bicycle in my post also a Cinelli?

    In the next two pics I spy Kevin Kruger (I think) on the left along with...
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    Thanks for posting the pics RobbieTunes. I've...

    Thanks for posting the pics RobbieTunes. I've seen this Confente at Cirque at least once... I can't recall who it belongs to, but it is a beautiful bicycle.
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    In my never-ending quest to understand the 20th...

    In my never-ending quest to understand the 20th Century non-racing English cycling scene, I have managed to snag some more CTC Gazettes, three of which are from WWII. For the record, these arrived...
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    +1 :thumb:

    +1 :thumb:
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    There was also a PX-8 somewhere in the pecking...

    There was also a PX-8 somewhere in the pecking order.
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    All the best to you guys... This year has been a...

    All the best to you guys... This year has been a wash, but I think next year, I'm going to put it on the calendar and start to train for it... Since I have relatives in BC, I can do the ride and then...
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    Thanks for asking DD. Starting in October last...

    Thanks for asking DD. Starting in October last year through about April or May, I had a persistent cough along with wheezing. Made it hard to ride, since I couldn't get enough air. By then, lack of...
  14. Bummer... They'll be closing their doors just...

    Bummer... They'll be closing their doors just before I get out to the left coast on holiday. :(
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    That's because I'm not getting that many rides in...

    That's because I'm not getting that many rides in these days... Just some little short ones which aren't worth reporting. :( Here's the Norman when I rode down to the Potomac Street Grill for lunch...
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    Beautiful rides everyone. Keep the rubber side up...

    Beautiful rides everyone. Keep the rubber side up and the wheels spinning. :D
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    Ouch!! Fortunately, the damage seems minimal....

    Ouch!! Fortunately, the damage seems minimal. Your pride probably took a bigger hit more than the bicycle. :p It is nice to see that you were able to still do the ride and got in a pretty nice one at...
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    I have found that despite the fact I have a...

    I have found that despite the fact I have a larger butt than I'd like, the B17 Narrow and Professionals (or the redos that @rhm does based on those) are the most comfortable saddles for me.

    Nice...
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    When I'm ON the bicycle, hearing the unmistakable...

    When I'm ON the bicycle, hearing the unmistakable sound of the pawls of a Sturmey Archer hub when they freewheel is absolute music to my ears.
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    No pictures as proof, but I managed to get out of...

    No pictures as proof, but I managed to get out of the house this morning for a bit of a ride on the Mercian. Did about 20 miles with a friend. I'd have liked to ride longer, but had stuff to do...
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    Glad you guys are hitting the trail so much these...

    Glad you guys are hitting the trail so much these days and a longest trip to boot! :) Happy to see the tattooed poultry sign has returned.
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    Interesting bicycle... I see it has a TCW hub...

    Interesting bicycle... I see it has a TCW hub which is a sort of interesting. I don't think I've seen a TCW that old before this. Cool find, for sure!
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    I'm pretty much there too... My newest bicycle is...

    I'm pretty much there too... My newest bicycle is the Bilenky tandem which is a 2010, but the majority of what I have is mostly late 1940's to mid 1960's.
  24. +1 The gravel riding I've been doing lately has...

    +1 The gravel riding I've been doing lately has been really enjoyable. It is great to get away from motor vehicle traffic.
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    Hmmm, I know tons of strong riders who have...

    Hmmm, I know tons of strong riders who have Brooks saddles.
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