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My Vegas bike - Centurion Ironman Dave Scott Master

Old 04-07-18, 09:31 PM
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My Vegas bike - Centurion Ironman Dave Scott Master

https://photos.app.goo.gl/SbYijWSqGrBm03wN2

New whitewall tires saddle and chain from a CL seller. Nice guy. I got off the plane and headed over for the bike!

Tange 1 with 105. White hoods are sticky and disintegrating so I found some tape thatíll last me a few days. Honestly I think Iíll just put white electrical tape on and replace every so often.

Nice to have a bike at your in lawís place.

6 speed indexed biopace goodness to explore town on.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/5WcYdHnJgYmwG1TM2

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Itís really too bad I donít have a good way to post photos any more.
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Nice! I picked up a master last week and I'm quickly learning why people like them so much. The white walls seem so 'Vegas' to me
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teal fade is high on my list of best all time ironman. the whitewalls sell it! (pic assist- its ridiculous these days the various machinations one must go through to post a pic depending upon.. so many hosts and variations)
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FYI that's an Expert not a Master. But nice acquisition just the same.
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That is a properly HOT looking bike! Those whitewall tires are sublime and (along with the other white elements) really set it all off perfectly. Also, 25" size = the best.
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Nice score and the white walls definitely "pimp your ride" An Ironman is definitely on my radar thanks to this forum.


I find using flickr for posting photos the easiest way, not exactly simple but pretty easy once you do it a few times. A member was kind enough to direct me there when I first started.

Select your photo in the Flickr app
click on the sharing icon
choose BBCode from the list of options and copy the link that comes up

In BF select the photo icon in your post and then paste the link from Flicker, click ok and bada bing! you're done. My current resto project

[IMG]IMG_3060 by Ryan Surface, on Flickr[/IMG]

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...it is cool.
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