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Old 03-05-18, 07:17 PM
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"Super Metallic Bronze" as as close to brown as I can get at the moment. I'm sure some may be tired of seeing this bike, but I'm not!

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At this point, technically a project, rather than a bike - and not exactly high on the food chain, but... it is a pretty March color (and yes, slightly tweaked, but the consensus is safe). picked up a couple years back from randyjawa.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro
At this point, technically a project, rather than a bike - and not exactly high on the food chain, but... it is a pretty March color (and yes, slightly tweaked, but the consensus is safe). picked up a couple years back from randyjawa.

Very much looking forward to seeing this one built up. Be sure to post it for us.
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Very much looking forward to seeing this one built up. Be sure to post it for us.
This one needs new wheels, as the originals have crudtastic, rusty steel rims. My wife wants a "pretty" bike, and I couldn't put her on nasty old steel rims. (long way of saying this one may take a while )
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
This one needs new wheels, as the originals have crudtastic, rusty steel rims. My wife wants a "pretty" bike, and I couldn't put her on nasty old steel rims. (long way of saying this one may take a while )
Let us know if you need anything!
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Let us know if you need anything!
Thanks, Tom.

About all I'll need besides the usual consumables and the new rims and spokes I'll be using are brake calipers with the proper reach (which I'm unsure of atm), and top tube cable clips. I don't want to hijack this wonderful thread any further, so I'll entertain any further conversation in e-mail, PMs or another thread.
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I was going to hold out for champagne bike month, but since tomorrow is my wedding anniversary I guess now is as good a time as any.

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This Moto is no longer in the fleet, but fits the bill:



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Nice bikes! And yes, gentlemen...let's cut loose and paint the town beige.
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Here's my 1967 Carlton Flyer after its first ride here in Sweden. It hasn't changed much, and I still love to ride it.
Good to hear from you again Mr. Frogs. Please post some pictures for us from your rides in Sweden to the "Where did you ride?" thread!
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Good to hear from you again Mr. Frogs. Please post some pictures for us from your rides in Sweden to the "Where did you ride?" thread!
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It will probably have to wait a bit. Winter came pretty hard here in the past month with an otherwise mild year.

It's a beautiful place to ride in the summer, though. Dense cities mean that the countryside is usually just a few minutes' ride from the centers, and even smaller towns are full of practical cyclists, even in the winter.
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building for March, lol...
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Holy crap!

More pic's, build thread, more, more, more plz?!

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Just finished building up this Bertoni My husband insists it's silver, but he's a guy.
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Just finished building up this Bertoni
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Brown and gold you say? My favorite colors!! My 1972 Italvega Super Speciale as set up for Eroica California 2017 and this year:
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I've got a gold 1984 Trek 520 and a gold Motobecane CV-6, but the google photo files are a PITA.
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Just finished building up this Bertoni My husband insists it's silver, but he's a guy.
Pure class right there.

(Yes, I'm referring to the Bertoni)

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Wow, it’s March again. Funny how that happens. Post new or old pictures of your brown or gold bikes or your brown and good bikes.
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Partial gold ok?

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