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July is the month for multi-colored bikes. Got any? We want pictures.

Old 07-02-18, 05:00 PM
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This thread is pure AWESOME

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87 Nishiki Linear

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I need shades for this

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That's like saying "July is the month of the Ironman".:





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Old 07-04-18, 01:45 PM
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Another red, white and blue Independence Day bike (don't tell anyone it's Canadian!), at the halfway point in this morning's ride:


Canadian make, British saddle, Japanese components, German fenders -- AMERICA!
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I may have posted this one in the past, but it's the best pic I have so...
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Did he say Multi-Color?

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Old 07-04-18, 09:12 PM
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I think this qualifies....

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Oh you reminded me I have a multi-color bike, too. A 1971 Raleigh Pro Track.

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This looks kinda like it was painted in 2nd grade art class, and I love it!!!

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[MENTION=203117]jamesdak[/MENTION] what can you tell me about the stem on that green and orange Lemond? I believe I just picked up one of those for my girlfriends bike.
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Old 07-05-18, 06:47 PM
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[MENTION=203117]jamesdak[/MENTION] what can you tell me about the stem on that green and orange Lemond? I believe I just picked up one of those for my girlfriends bike.
They are Icon Graphite stems. Some of them are dangerous though. It the faceplate hinges and is only secured by one bolt it is the recalled version prone to failure.

The one I'm running now is the safe two version kind but is the wrong angle and size. Hard to find the one I need.
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They are Icon Graphite stems. Some of them are dangerous though. It the faceplate hinges and is only secured by one bolt it is the recalled version prone to failure.

The one I'm running now is the safe two version kind but is the wrong angle and size. Hard to find the one I need.
Oh, well glad to hear I don't have the faulty version. I don't suppose you're looking for a super short 0 degree one?
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Oh, well glad to hear I don't have the faulty version. I don't suppose you're looking for a super short 0 degree one?
Nope, LOL!

I do need a 90mm -17 one though.
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Mostly white on this new to me Tommi, but I think there is enough blue to qualify.....

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