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French Fender Day October 7, 2017 @ Peter Weigle's

Old 08-20-17, 10:22 AM
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I shall be riding my Raleigh Super Course TT wearing VO facette fenders.

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Originally Posted by Vonruden
It's a demountable, both shifters on the seat tube, a true "crotch rocket".


Very cool! I see what I thought was a delicate lever for the FD is actually a cable housing.
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So the event has come and gone. @gugie, @nlerner, another gentleman (named Bob) and I did two days of riding, about 80 miles each day, before riding to The Event yesterday. Pretty much everything went perfectly, and it was a good time. @greg3rd48 and @Sir_Name arrived separately, also by bike.

Some fascinating bikes. Some lovely old ones, some lovely new ones, and a lot of bikes that did not ready stand out in any way but that stand up to closer scrutiny.

One bike that did not catch my eye was already loaded back onto the bed of an ancient Chevy pickup before someone told it's owner to have me look at its saddle. So I lifted this sad looking rust bucket out of the truck and soon realized it was a nearly complete Alvin Drysdale road bike from the late 40's. Sadly deteriorated, but an amazing relic.

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Originally Posted by rhm
So the event has come and gone. @gugie, @nlerner, another gentleman (named Bob) and I did two days of riding, about 80 miles each day, before riding to The Event yesterday. Pretty much everything went perfectly, and it was a good time. @greg3rd48 and @Sir_Name arrived separately, also by bike.

Some fascinating bikes. Some lovely old ones, some lovely new ones, and a lot of bikes that did not ready stand out in any way but that stand up to closer scrutiny.

One bike that did not catch my eye was already loaded back onto the bed of an ancient Chevy pickup before someone told it's owner to have me look at its saddle. So I lifted this sad looking rust bucket out of the truck and soon realized it was a nearly complete Alvin Drysdale road bike from the late 40's. Sadly deteriorated, but an amazing relic.
pix to follow, great comradeship, bikes, and a personal inner sanctum tour de Atelier Weigle.
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I was checking out your Flickr last night and got a preview. Looks like an adventure was had

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Here's one attendee's Flickr photo album of this year's event: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oldbik...h/37522935906/
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The tour-de @gugie was quite a success. It involved buses, trains, and about 270 miles of cycling over four days. Oh, and that visit to Peter Weigle's for French Fender Day. Some pics:

@rhm on Old Montauk Road:


@gugie on Old Montauk Road:


The bike lineup in downtown Montauk: rhm's gugiefied Holdsworth, gugie's Weigle-ized Raleigh Competition, my buddy Bob's Chapman, and my Rivendell Romulus:




This morning's lineup as we waited for the train from Old Saybrook to New London:
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Nice. I'd like to hear more about the logistics of the TdG. It sounds like an awesome trip even without the PWF Day at the end.
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FFD is always a treat. The setting is beautiful, and of course it's fantastic spending the day with great people ogling great bikes. A perfect day. Good meeting and chatting with you @gugie, and good to see and chat with you again @rhm and @nlerner.

@greg3rd48 met me and one other friend at the train-stop near my place to ride out to Weigle's shop. We rode along the coast and up through the hills to the Hadlyme ferry. After a quick crossing of the CT river it was up and over more hills to the event.





Arrival at the Ferry as service was opening for the day:



Gillette Castle in the background across the river:



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Taking a picture of Greg taking a picture:



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I started taking a few pics of the bikes at FFD, but that didn't last long. I spent the day chatting and "taking it all in." Here's what I got, quick phone snaps, I'm sure there will be some much better pics on Flickr.



Jo Routens:



Beautiful paint and lugwork on a couple MAPs:







Chapman:



Coast Cycles:



Shu-Sin:



A lovely Singer:




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I almost forgot this pic...Peter's bikes have some beautiful details. Lovely reshaping and polishing of Mafac canti's:



(check the wire routing for the rack-mounted light)

I'm tempted to emulate the Mafac work on my Raleigh. I'll add it to the list...

The Concours de Machines bike was on display at the event - really lovely work there as well that I am remiss to not have taken pictures of.

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Originally Posted by Sir_Name
I started taking a few pics of the bikes at FFD, but that didn't last long. I spent the day chatting and "taking it all in." Here's what I got, quick phone snaps, I'm sure there will be some much better pics on Flickr.
Thanks for sharing the bike pics! Those look great.
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Looks to have been a great day.
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I'd love to see more photos of that lovely red bike with the chrome socks.
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The green Singer and gray/red MAP are just fantastic. What’s going on with the brakes on the green Singer?
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Great stuff! Whenever I see Singer's cam brakes, I wonder why that design didn't catch on. In theory, it solves the problem of brake pads changing aim as they wear.
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......and gray/red MAP are just fantastic.
Agreed.

My wife loves hers and gets loads of positive comments on rides.

I really would like to own one as well.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
Nice. I'd like to hear more about the logistics of the TdG. It sounds like an awesome trip even without the PWF Day at the end.
It was. It worked out very well.

The pre-ride logistics were as follows: Mark shipped his bike to my office in Manhattan last week. Also last week I rode my bike to work (took it on the trains) and out to our summer house on long island, riding back to the station the next morning on my most theft proof POS cruiser which I left locked at the station.

On Wednesday Mark got on a plane to NYC/JFK while Neal and Bob took a bus down from Boston to NYC, and met me at my office. The three of us rode to Penn Station, me on Mark's bike, and got on a train out to Long Island. When the train reached Jamaica Queens, Mark got on and was reunited with his bike.

My POS cruiser was miraculously still at the station, so the four of us rode down to my house in style. It's only a very small house, and at full capacity with four of us and four bikes, but we managed.

By Sunday we had used up all the good weather, so i opted to take trains home while Neal, Bob and Mark took a combination of trains and bikes to Boston. We could hand ridden more, but... eh!

Mark's bike will eventually ship back to Portland from Boston; he'll take the bus or Amtrak back to NYC and JFK tomorrow.
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Saturday turned out being one of my most enjoyable cycling or bike related experiences to date. I will add to what was already said. I left house on my Super Course TT at 540AM on Saturday to catch the first MetroNorth train of the day north to New Haven. Those were quick 3 pre-dawn miles. I then transferred to the CT Shoreline Commuter Rail for two stops where I met @Sir_Name and one of his friends. We then rode the 35 or so miles to the FFD event in Lyme. The scenery was beautiful, coastline and wooded and traffic was very light. It was a VERY humid warm morning though. We stopped at a great French themed bakery, The Hen and the Heifer in I-don't-remember-which town for a coffee and pastry and continued on to catch the first ferry of the day.

As we disembarked on the ferry chatting I felt the top of my head and realized "OH ....!" My helmet was on the shoreline where I had placed it while talking and taking a couple of photos. Luckily my companions were understanding and graciously waited for me on the opposite shore as the captain turned around immediately for me to retrieve it. It was a very nice gesture since the ferry crew did not have to do that.

Needless to say the bikes, attendees and layout were spectacular. I was almost without words just meandering around at points drooling over bikes and chatting. It was also great to see @rhm and @nlerner as always. It was a pleasure to meet @gugie also. Unfortunately we just missed the group rides from the Weigle grounds.

Here are a few photos that I shot over the course of the day. I am already looking forward to next year!

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My addition, the '73 Super Course TT
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A gorgeous Weigle
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Originally Posted by rhm
It was. It worked out very well.

The pre-ride logistics were as follows: Mark shipped his bike to my office in Manhattan last week. Also last week I rode my bike to work (took it on the trains) and out to our summer house on long island, riding back to the station the next morning on my most theft proof POS cruiser which I left locked at the station.

On Wednesday Mark got on a plane to NYC/JFK while Neal and Bob took a bus down from Boston to NYC, and met me at my office. The three of us rode to Penn Station, me on Mark's bike, and got on a train out to Long Island. When the train reached Jamaica Queens, Mark got on and was reunited with his bike.

My POS cruiser was miraculously still at the station, so the four of us rode down to my house in style. It's only a very small house, and at full capacity with four of us and four bikes, but we managed.

By Sunday we had used up all the good weather, so i opted to take trains home while Neal, Bob and Mark took a combination of trains and bikes to Boston. We could hand ridden more, but... eh!

Mark's bike will eventually ship back to Portland from Boston; he'll take the bus or Amtrak back to NYC and JFK tomorrow.
Rudi and Neal helped the plan with military precision. My plane was supposed to land about 1 1/2 hrs before the train went through Jamaica station. The backup plan was for me to take a later train-they could not, bikes aren't allowed later. Even as planned, it was going to be a close call. Luckily my plane was a bit early. I got to rhe train with 25 minutes to spare!

The first 2 days of riding went pretty much to plan. Winds were even in our favor for the trip. Our average speed was quite high for cyclotourists, as the four of us were experienced in riding closely together. That helped me immensely, as my three companions were all experienced long distance randonneurs, and I was the Clydesdale of the group.

The evening after FFD was route planning. Bob and Neal were hunched over the hotel lobby computer looking at routes to get us towards Boston and had decided to ride to Providence, then train to Boston. We all were hating the road from Old Saybrook to New London; it was all rolling, steep hills over and over again with traffic and no shoulders. Rudy came up with the idea of taking a local train to New London, he would train back towards New York. That cut off at least 20 miles, and the worst ones. That made the ride to Providence much more doable.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
Nice. I'd like to hear more about the logistics of the TdG. It sounds like an awesome trip even without the PWF Day at the end.
I'll add a bit more and some pics to augment what @rhm already described: On Wednesday, my buddy Bob and I caught the GoBus from Newton, MA, to NYC, storing our bikes (my Rivendell Romulus, Bob's Chapman) in the luggage hold:



In NYC, we met Rudi at his office, had an excellent Halal lunch from a nearby food truck, then headed to Penn Station where we caught the commuter train to Mastic/Shirley (which did involve a change of trains). As Rudi said, he was riding Mark's Raleigh Int'l:



@gugie's front fender got a bit bent in shipping to Rudi's office, so he did some reshaping on Wed afternoon:



On Thursday morning, we rode east from Rudi's LI house to Montauk Pt, about 82 miles total, enjoying the rocks along the water at the lighthouse (though SPD cleats aren't quite made for rock climbing!):



We had a good dinner in Montauk, walking distance from our motel, and early the next morning it was time to head back northwest:



We rode from Montauk, across Shelter Island with one ferry ride on the south end and one on the north end, and then to Orient Point, where we caught the large ferry to New London, CT. From the Shelter Island ferry:



We then did some nasty, crowded, and hilly miles from New London to Old Saybrook with the last five to our motel feeling somewhat like a death march. A friend of mine who lives in CT met us at the hotel and (fortunately) drove us to dinner not far from the hotel. It was nice not to have to bike after another 80+ mile day.

On Saturday, we biked to Lyme and the FFD event, and those nasty last five miles from the day before went by in a flash (funny how that happens). It was a pretty overwhelming amount of eye candy, but it was good to catch up with some old friends and meet some new ones (and to see @gugie in his element!). We headed back to our hotel and a dinner within walking distance (total for that day was about 40 or so miles).

Sunday, the four of us headed to the Old Saybrook train station, where Rudi headed west and the three of us headed east to New London (and thus didn't have to repeat the nasty route from Friday's ride). We then rode east and then due north (when it started raining in earnest), then east again into RI where we picked up the Trestle Trail, which pretty much runs east-west across Rhode Island:



By the time we reached Providence, it was about 70 miles of riding. Then, just a couple more from the train station back to my house. It was an excellent TdG.
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But wait, there's more!

This morning it was a hearty breakfast at a local deli, Neal pointed out one of the local Kennedys. After that it was tour de man cave.



Time to pack up.



Some time to kill, why not head to Fenway and catch a game. How do you get to a Red Sox game? On a Sears Ted Williams 531 frame, of course .


Great game, even if the Sox lost.

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