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Old 02-05-18, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Wildwood View Post
There's a rumor that Portland OR has it's share of bicycle enthusiasts. And not just the CF, disc brake, electronic shifting crowd. But don't quote me, I don't live there.
It really is a pretty good place for all things bike. The only thing is, you're wet half the year.
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It really is a pretty good place for all things bike. The only thing is, you're wet half the year.

Yes, I know.
This year I think Puget Sound has more wet days for sure. Lucky us?!?
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It really is a pretty good place for all things bike. The only thing is, you're wet half the year.
...I've been thinking about downsizing by advertising all my bikes with fenders on the Portland CL.
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...I've been thinking about downsizing by advertising all my bikes with fenders on the Portland CL.
you're lucky there are no limits to ads on CL . . .
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I just realized that I have only one bike without fenders!
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Jon Williams work is amazing. I love, love his reworking of the IRD 11O BCD cranksets. His customization of Campy parts is incredible.

I wish he was in my town so I could drop off some parts to rework. His Flick’r page went on & on documenting his art. VERY inspirational!

I do have a question about the paint used to infill pantographed parts: What kind of paint do you think he uses? It fills the recess nicely and has such deep glossy color. I have an unpainted, nicely crafted titanium head badge for my new Lithuanian crafted Wittson titanium disc Illuminati compact road frame that deserves the deluxe 2 color headbage pantograph paint job.
Seems to me shipping bike parts through bikeflights to be worked on by Jon is relatively inexpensive and easy, so don't let distance be an obstacle. Just wrap all parts carefully in large or small bubble wrap as you would with anything fragile or needing protection from surface damage.

AFAIK! Email or call him and ask about the paint, I think he might tell you or provide local suggestions on how to do it.
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I just realized that I have only one bike without fenders!
You really are a Portlandian, aren't you!

I've been meaning to put fenders on my favorite bike, but it's going to be involved, so I keep putting it off and getting dirty.
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It really is a pretty good place for all things bike. The only thing is, you're wet half the year.
A bike shop guy made light of the being indoors thing then ready to be out. This is from Best of CL. Some posted on steel in real not long ago. Funny, to most. Some did not like him. Lol

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Originally Posted by Bikerider007 View Post
A bike shop guy made light of the being indoors thing then ready to be out. This is from Best of CL. Some posted on steel in real not long ago. Funny, to most. Some did not like him. Lol

https://www.craigslist.org/about/bes...?lang=en&cc=us
A bit insensitive on things, but the general thrust of the ad is spot on.
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It really is a pretty good place for all things bike. The only thing is, you're wet half the year.
It's true. But- hey: that's part of why we love it here!

There are a few genuine bike-snobs in PDX, but most riders here are pretty utilitarian (I sorta straddle both camps: I collect & restore as well as commute). That said, I can sit in front of my local coffee shop at lunchtime & see as much custom steel roll by in half an hour as I would at the NAHBS.

We do have a comparatively huge local bike industry (and I do mean that to include CL sellers); basically, we have access to more choices; but PDX isn't some kind of 'bike-nirvana' by any means; we're very much a work in progress: three steps forward & two steps back.

I often wonder as to the identity of PB-Bikes; it may be an individual, but I also know that our CityBikes Co-op will sell their high end parts for max dollar value on ePay. They need the cash & they shouldn't compete with prices on CL. It's a worthy shop, but still one where it's good to 'know a guy' as well as know your parts: it's where you go for all those tiny Campy/SunTour/Sachs-Huret fiddly-bits.

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A bit insensitive on things, but the general thrust of the ad is spot on.
Indeed!

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Old 02-10-18, 04:35 PM
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CityBikes is a good (great, actually) source of parts. So is CCC on Alberta. There's a place on NE 2nd I recently learned of that looks coop-y and good too.

CityBikes has a nice rod brake Raleigh for sale. Not dirt cheap or anything.
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CityBikes has a nice rod brake Raleigh for sale. Not dirt cheap or anything.
Is this a new arrival, or are they selling the one that used to sit on top of the divider between the customer & work areas of the old shop on 8th? If it's that old one, I never thought they'd let that go... one of their people brought it back from a tour in India a long, long time back.

Bike trivia: if we are talking about the same bike, it's actually not a Raleigh; it's a Hero. They were copies of the DL1, kinda like a Flying Pigeon but made in India instead of China. It's a cool old bike, but it weighs like- 45 pounds; more than a Dutch Bike, so they said.

Also, the shop on NE 2nd, do you mean BikeFarm? They're good folks; you might want to check them out. Founded by former CCC people, iirc-- and you can do your own work there if you like.

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I don't know if that's the same bike. I never looked too closely at the DL-1 ish bike at the Annex.

Yes, BikeFarm is the place on 2nd. I went there for the first time, for BikeCraft. Looked really cool and I mean to go back. Maybe I'll drop by there this weekend to see if they have anything for the Sports.
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Hi, slight momentary hijack here as I am on a mission to call on all PDX members I see to join in at Velocult on Sat. the 24th of Feb. @jyl does an excellent job of putting these on the calendar and we always have a good time. Please bring your Toei so we can see one in person, pretty please? Now back to our regular programming.


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Is this a new arrival, or are they selling the one that used to sit on top of the divider between the customer & work areas of the old shop on 8th? If it's that old one, I never thought they'd let that go... one of their people brought it back from a tour in India a long, long time back.

Bike trivia: if we are talking about the same bike, it's actually not a Raleigh; it's a Hero. They were copies of the DL1, kinda like a Flying Pigeon but made in India instead of China. It's a cool old bike, but it weighs like- 45 pounds; more than a Dutch Bike, so they said.

Also, the shop on NE 2nd, do you mean BikeFarm? They're good folks; you might want to check them out. Founded by former CCC people, iirc-- and you can do your own work there if you like.
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Originally Posted by Bikerider007 View Post
A bike shop guy made light of the being indoors thing then ready to be out. This is from Best of CL. Some posted on steel in real not long ago. Funny, to most. Some did not like him. Lol

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I often wonder as to the identity of PB-Bikes;
That would be Barry. I met him in North Carolina a couple three years back. Nice guy.
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nice selection of bikes for sure
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I also came across https://www.flickr.com/people/54616231@N04/ and he's also in Portland. Is he on BFCV? Anyone know him?
Actually I'm four hours south of Portland. But it is raining here as well.
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Jon Williams work is amazing. I love, love his reworking of the IRD 11O BCD cranksets. His customization of Campy parts is incredible.

I wish he was in my town so I could drop off some parts to rework. His Flick’r page went on & on documenting his art. VERY inspirational!

I do have a question about the paint used to infill pantographed parts: What kind of paint do you think he uses? It fills the recess nicely and has such deep glossy color. I have an unpainted, nicely crafted titanium head badge for my new Lithuanian crafted Wittson titanium disc Illuminati compact road frame that deserves the deluxe 2 color headbage pantograph paint job.
I use One-Shot lettering enamel for paint fills.
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That would be Barry. I met him in North Carolina a couple three years back. Nice guy.
Barry?! Seriously?! I've bought several very nice cassettes & hub sets from him over the years (and a set of mint 10sp Daytona shifters), all via CL. He always had so much high end gear that, I have to confess I was pretty suspicious of where he sourced it from! Ha! -- Now it all makes sense: he's a super-collector.

As for viewing my Toei at VeloCult, two things: 1) I'm attending to some family business in Utah at the moment (I won't be back until July, June if I'm lucky); and, 2) my Toei is still frame-only; not yet a whole bike. There are some pictures of it here, on p.3:

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More detail on a thread titled, 'Thoughts on Cranksets.' That frame is one of my luckiest finds ever; I'll probably never again have such luck.

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PB Scours the earth for those NOS parts so he charges for it. It is his business it does not matter if you agree to his business plan but if you want NOS anything you are going to pay top dollar. 2000 transactions with one negative must be a great seller also....



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Barry?! Seriously?! I've bought several very nice cassettes & hub sets from him over the years (and a set of mint 10sp Daytona shifters), all via CL. He always had so much high end gear that, I have to confess I was pretty suspicious of where he sourced it from! Ha! -- Now it all makes sense: he's a super-collector.

As for viewing my Toei at VeloCult, two things: 1) I'm attending to some family business in Utah at the moment (I won't be back until July, June if I'm lucky); and, 2) my Toei is still frame-only; not yet a whole bike. There are some pictures of it here, on p.3:

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More detail on a thread titled, 'Thoughts on Cranksets.' That frame is one of my luckiest finds ever; I'll probably never again have such luck.
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Oh well, I tried. And your two years will be up by the time you get back. Look forward to seeing it when it gets there.

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Barry?! Seriously?! I've bought several very nice cassettes & hub sets from him over the years (and a set of mint 10sp Daytona shifters), all via CL. He always had so much high end gear that, I have to confess I was pretty suspicious of where he sourced it from! Ha! -- Now it all makes sense: he's a super-collector.

As for viewing my Toei at VeloCult, two things: 1) I'm attending to some family business in Utah at the moment (I won't be back until July, June if I'm lucky); and, 2) my Toei is still frame-only; not yet a whole bike. There are some pictures of it here, on p.3:

Brown bikes

More detail on a thread titled, 'Thoughts on Cranksets.' That frame is one of my luckiest finds ever; I'll probably never again have such luck.
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PB Scours the earth for those NOS parts so he charges for it. It is his business it does not matter if you agree to his business plan but if you want NOS anything you are going to pay top dollar. 2000 transactions with one negative must be a great seller also....
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I've never bought anything from him on ePay; my interactions with him were set up via our local CL, and conducted face-to-face in a coffee shop, here in NW Portland. Again, nice guy; always on the up & up with me, and his prices were quite fair.
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jyl, you do need to get out some more!, LOL!, especially when I've been reading Nola's blog for several years, and I'm from Oklahoma City, can't get more regressive than here, steel frames, French parts, not in these parts! Nola knows more than pretty much all the cycling community about classic bikes.
It's a great source of info........
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Hi, slight momentary hijack here as I am on a mission to call on all PDX members I see to join in at Velocult on Sat. the 24th of Feb. @jyl does an excellent job of putting these on the calendar and we always have a good time. Please bring your Toei so we can see one in person, pretty please? Now back to our regular programming.
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