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Old 03-21-18, 10:26 AM
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Show me your Spring pics - 2018

What, no one's started a spring pix thread yet? Might it be because a big part of the US is still under piles of snow?

Well, post 'em as you feel fit.

My 1983 Lotus Classique with a side of daffodils.

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My greenhouse project I've been working off/on all winter. It was supposed to be finished by now!

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A few recent shots from North Texas...
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Spring? Here’s your spring right here.
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First pic just over a week ago, so technically not Spring - but close.
2nd pic earlier this week.
I prefer warmer weather, when the winds are calm.
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Five minutes ago on my roof.

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Sunday on a shakedown ride. Nothing fell off this time.

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No daffodils yet, but no ice either. First real ride of the year: 35k, shaking down the Mann-Libertas. Not a single adjustment needed; I'm getting better at this. About time, too.

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Winter in San Mateo:

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What’s this “spring” of which you speak?
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@iab, surely, that's not Illinois.
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@iab, surely, that's not Illinois.
The switchbacks lead to the top of the Sears Tower (now affectionately known as big Willy).


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The switchbacks lead to the top of the Sears Tower (now affectionately known as big Willy).


I've only spent 25 hours in your state, and I'm a pretty gullible guy, but I'm not buying that.
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I've only spent 25 hours in your state, and I'm a pretty gullible guy, but I'm not buying that.
Italy. Riding up to the Madonna del Ghisallo from Bellagio.
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Italy. Riding up to the Madonna del Ghisallo from Bellagio.
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