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Old 02-14-20, 05:49 AM
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I can't get enough of looking at it - thanks for trudging out into the cold to snap the pictures for us.

There's something so contemporary about it too. If it wasn't for the bars, it could be mistaken for a stripped-down 1970's Columbia at a distance if one doesn't realize what they are looking at. (And by no means do I mean this as the insult to the Glenwood - the internal lugs are what led me to reference Columbia over similar Raleighs or Schwinns).

I'm also really impressed at that equally contemporary weight. It is as if 1898 just called in so they could laugh at Schwinn's electroforging of 30 years later and at the fixie-shaped boat anchors offered today.

By the way - how's the frame for stiffness?


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