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    Daily Rider hairlessbill's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikkhu
    That Brooks looks interesting
    It's a cheapie. Vinyl covered sprung saddle. Comfortable though and it goes with the saddlebag.

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    Senior Member Mueslix's Avatar
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    Some quick and dirty photos I took last summer.




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    Fixed gear.
    Boone cog.
    Paul's Basket.
    Woody's fenders.
    Old school Suntour XC cranks.
    Ritchey BB.
    Trek Bullmoose handlebars.
    Single Speed Outlaw
    Riding Bikes and Drinking Beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marqueemoon
    They're Honjos - made in Japan. Velo-Orange ships internationally but they're out of stock at the moment.

    I just got my first Velo-Orange order today. Really cool company.

    I've placed something like three orders with him so far. Always super cool. He's sourced some old TA stuff for me as well. I really dig the TT protector he makes (if you don't mind the leather).

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    He's opening a store front soon, I can't wait.

    Pink tires are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endform
    It's horrible, but I laughed. Now I feel like a piece of *****.

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    Senior Member Jonny Pockets's Avatar
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    The rain bike.




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    or tarckeemoon, depending marqueemoon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikkhu
    Damn. Tough choice between those and wooden River City Surfer LTD chequered ones...
    Supposedly Velo-Orange has a line of fenders in the works too. I know they've had some prototypes made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairlessbill
    It's a cheapie. Vinyl covered sprung saddle. Comfortable though and it goes with the saddlebag.
    Yeah, I thought it was vinyl. Being a vegan I am in a market for a good Brooks substitute, but the old clamping sys kinda kills that saddle. Oh well
    I got nothing to do
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    I guess it's natural that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderx


    Fixed gear.
    Boone cog.
    Paul's Basket.
    Woody's fenders.
    Old school Suntour XC cranks.
    Ritchey BB.
    Trek Bullmoose handlebars.
    This is your bike? I´v seen the pic before somewhere in the net... thought it was magnificient! This is the kind of ride I love to see about!
    I got nothing to do
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    everything is so ****ed up
    I guess it's natural that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikkhu
    This is your bike? I´v seen the pic before somewhere in the net... thought it was magnificient! This is the kind of ride I love to see about!
    Yes, it's mine. That photo is on my Flickr account and was published on the local newspaper's web site, so it's floating out cyberspace.
    Single Speed Outlaw
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    Quote Originally Posted by riderx
    Yes, it's mine. That photo is on my Flickr account and was published on the local newspaper's web site, so it's floating out cyberspace.
    awesome ride! How´s that front rack working for you? I am trying to find something similar
    I got nothing to do
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikkhu
    awesome ride! How´s that front rack working for you? I am trying to find something similar
    The front rack is great, but they are super expensive. Holds a case of beer perfectly! Luckily I found mine for dirt cheap at a bike swap. As nice as they look, I could never pay the full asking price.

    Not nearly as stylish but they look just as functional and will carry a heavier load: Cetma racks
    I have no experience with them, but I'd like to try one out.
    Single Speed Outlaw
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    Quote Originally Posted by riderx
    The front rack is great, but they are super expensive. Holds a case of beer perfectly! Luckily I found mine for dirt cheap at a bike swap. As nice as they look, I could never pay the full asking price.

    Not nearly as stylish but they look just as functional and will carry a heavier load: Cetma racks
    I have no experience with them, but I'd like to try one out.
    Wow! They look industrial and tough - perfect for my purposes. Thanks for the link, I´ll get one.
    I got nothing to do
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    My ears were ringing, so I thought I'd drop in to post a pic myself. It's been a while since I posted anything here.

    Anyway, this was sent to me recently. It's not mine, but I have no problem dreaming it is.


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    sVe Bikkhu's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lancekagar
    My ears were ringing, so I thought I'd drop in to post a pic myself. It's been a while since I posted anything here.

    Anyway, this was sent to me recently. It's not mine, but I have no problem dreaming it is.

    I saw that in your gallery and it almost made me cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancekagar
    My ears were ringing, so I thought I'd drop in to post a pic myself. It's been a while since I posted anything here.

    Anyway, this was sent to me recently. It's not mine, but I have no problem dreaming it is.

    Seriously, everyday I get off of work and there's this pizza joint I love, that I pass on my way back home. I'm always pondering how do I carry a pizza home on my track bike...

    Well now I know. That's an awesome bike.

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    Def fits the townie category. Nice bike.

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    Recent find of mine that I am deciding what to do with.. What do you guys think? I'll probably be doing more discussing over in Classic/Vintage, but it fits here. (This thread needs to be on the front page again anyways.)




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    Soon it will have a basket at the rear.






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    Nice wheels. Funny how those photos look on my monitor, like the color scheme was right out of 1970´s photographs
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    Wow, do you trust that set up w/ all those zipties?

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    Zipties are the strongest thing in the universe. Duh.
    I didn't come here, and I ain't leaving.

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    I went to a local hardware store and got the proper bolts, so there are no wire ties at the bottom. But the ones at the seat stay are still there. And they hold very well. I did get a bolt for the rear brake hole to attack to the rack, but i haven't had time to mend this piece that attaches to the rack.

    The wheels were not so much a choice, just lucky they turned out so good. And the pics are from a phone, i will get proper pictures ones it stops raining, and i get the rear rack right.

    And i got a basket (mounted with wire ties)

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderx


    Fixed gear.
    Boone cog.
    Paul's Basket.
    Woody's fenders.
    Old school Suntour XC cranks.
    Ritchey BB.
    Trek Bullmoose handlebars.
    That bike is awesome! What are those tires?

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