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    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/B...

    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/Bikes/dash01_zpsae0e83d9.jpg
  2. It's kind of hard to see in the dashboard pic,...

    It's kind of hard to see in the dashboard pic, but I came up with a DIY light mount that attaches to a Wald basket.

    There's a better look plus a description on my blog:
    ROAM: Wald Hacks

    I also...
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    Well, I wasn't around in 1947, if that's what you...

    Well, I wasn't around in 1947, if that's what you mean.
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    Earl of Oaklandia

    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/Bikes/earlcity_zps56a6674a.jpg
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    I was wondering the same thing. I suspect he also...

    I was wondering the same thing. I suspect he also got a "push" of some sort to get him started. There was not a lot of info at the sites where the pics were posted, but I got the impression that it...
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    Extreme Bike Camping

    Found these during an unrelated image search. The caption says it's "French racer Latourneau" and he apparently really was towing that Airstream. Check out the heavy-duty trailer hitch with what...
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    Never knew Carter had a Riv. That's pretty cool....

    Never knew Carter had a Riv. That's pretty cool. Those b&w photos of Reagan and Nixon are great. Here are some images of Clinton and Reagan cruzin':

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    Given he grew up in Hawaii, he probably spent...

    Given he grew up in Hawaii, he probably spent more time outdoors than average pol. It is an outdoor-oriented destination, plus it's warm year-round. He could probably out-bodysurf any other prez.
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    I really like having a light mounted to the back...

    I really like having a light mounted to the back of the rack. I wrote a blog post on a couple of DIY mounting solutions:
    ROAM: Back Rack Light Hacks
    (#shamelessselfpromotion)
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    Here, here!

    Here, here!
  11. I'm an experienced cyclist who recently paid $300...

    I'm an experienced cyclist who recently paid $300 for a used Trek that retails for $530. Granted it's a newer model than yours, but it also needed some work and I replaced a bunch of parts. The major...
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    Thanks Matthew!

    Thanks Matthew!
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    Earl of Oaklandia

    http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w92/brenhouli/Bikes/earlcity_zps56a6674a.jpg

    My townie bike is a Trek Earl that I found on craigslist. Although it looks fairly close to the stock model, I've...
  14. ^ That was my thought as well, that it might be...

    ^ That was my thought as well, that it might be different gear ratios on the new bike. Can't tell without more info though.
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    Based on a post from another thread, it looks...

    Based on a post from another thread, it looks like he went with a Cross Check.
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    Darn, I feel left out (surly cross check). I...

    Darn, I feel left out (surly cross check). I guess I would fit into the first category, but I've got nothing against other frame materials, they're just not for me. Among Riv bikes, I lust for the...
  17. 1. Chainguards that run along the top length of...

    1. Chainguards that run along the top length of the chain have always been sufficient for me. I'd start riding with the top chainguard and then shop for a full-coverage guard if you find the original...
  18. "decent light weight city bike with the least...

    "decent light weight city bike with the least amount of work"
    "vintage bike"

    These things rarely match up. If the former is what you want, buying new from a shop is the way to go.
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    One of my favorite Burning Man bikes: ...

    One of my favorite Burning Man bikes:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6W7SLpdNaU
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    Oh, and to steer back to the original post, a...

    Oh, and to steer back to the original post, a google image search for "burning man bikes" always brings up some fun stuff.
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    You could say it's a big art festival that...

    You could say it's a big art festival that features large scale art installations, many of which are burned at the end. Sort of a meditation on the impermanence of things while legally getting in...
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    I believe the total size of the event is about 7...

    I believe the total size of the event is about 7 square miles. Somebody calculated that all the roads add up to around 60 miles. You can get around on foot, but many destinations are an epic trek,...
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    Heh, I'm lazy too, which is why I would have...

    Heh, I'm lazy too, which is why I would have parked once and walked to the different stores. I find parking and maneuvering a car in a commercial area to be a much bigger PITA than just walking, so...
  24. There's some pretty good advice in here. I hope...

    There's some pretty good advice in here. I hope the OP came back and read it at some point.
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    I use a Cross Check for short to mid-range...

    I use a Cross Check for short to mid-range touring with moderate loads. It's been great for me. I'm now using 4 small panniers to spread the load out, and because they are small, I don't have heel...
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