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Singlespeed & Fixed Gear "I still feel that variable gears are only for people over forty-five. Isn't it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailer? We are getting soft...As for me, give me a fixed gear!"-- Henri Desgrange (31 January 1865 - 16 August 1940)

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Old 03-06-06, 03:28 AM   #1
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I dont have any addresses...

This means no THANK YOU cards. First I want to think Ava Jam, for just being the fuggin jam. Next I want to think Judah for the race and Galen for all the road racing hand signals that I had no clue what they meant. Along with Galen, I want to thank everyone who rolled with the 3 hour crew(still tryin to figure out who was in this pack). Adam, you rock, now just if I could swooped up those sneakers. Had a great time and will be back soon.

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PS If this thread gets deleted I will know the mods are tryin to start some 2-Pac-Biggie beef between LA and SF.
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Old 03-06-06, 07:29 AM   #2
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where do you get off associating biggie with sf?
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where do you get off associating biggie with sf?

definitily didnt associate Biggie with SF, I associated the beef created between 2-Pac and Biggie by the press with the obvious beef the modsormod are trying to created through the deleting of threads thinking the SF cats. So Mr. Genericbikedude, piss off.
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This means no THANK YOU cards. First I want to think Ava Jam, for just being the fuggin jam. Next I want to think Judah for the race and Galen for all the road racing hand signals that I had no clue what they meant. Along with Galen, I want to thank everyone who rolled with the 3 hour crew(still tryin to figure out who was in this pack). Adam, you rock, now just if I could swooped up those sneakers. Had a great time and will be back soon.

Thanks Kyle

PS If this thread gets deleted I will know the mods are tryin to start some 2-Pac-Biggie beef between LA and SF.
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Old 03-06-06, 02:18 PM   #5
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We need to return but only for the purpoes of getting drunk, smoking and getting lost. maybe even a few rides.
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Old 03-06-06, 02:26 PM   #6
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How could anyone forget the hand that delivered cold beers on the train.

Me, Kamil, on blue pinarello.
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How could anyone forget the hand that delivered cold beers on the train.

Me, Kamil, on blue pinarello.
I was so tryin to figure out who you were, yeah you ****ing rock.

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Oh yes! I do remember. Thank You. Do you have a link for that Poilish bike? I f I don't find anything I like this weekend that may be an option.
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Oh yes! I do remember. Thank You. Do you have a link for that Poilish bike? I f I don't find anything I like this weekend that may be an option.
http://www.gromada.waw.pl/cgibin/sho...d&sid=29c0d8b9

if you are interested send an email to him, he speaks english.
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Thank yo, Kamil
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i was in there too. Dennis on the orange KHS aerotrack. btw, the routing was ALL done by our good friend Brad (non-forum member). he had some major improvements over the advertised route (including taking bayshore out of the city, and taking Central Expressway at Mountain View).

we couldn't keep up with you fools after the 3rd checkpoint. rolled the last couple miles doing about 4 mph.
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meeting you, kris, tim, jon, and everyone this weekend, is ALL the thanks i need.
see you soon!
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meeting you, kris, tim, jon, and everyone this weekend, is ALL the thanks i need.
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