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Old 12-02-23, 01:30 PM
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this is so cool people are free to use this there is a locker with putters and balls that you can get the code online for.
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On today's ride in Dallas,TX saw this cyclist and his cycling partner on a Surly Big Dummy. The dog was unsecured in any way. Pretty cool!

Today I was on my Specialized Roll 650b bike. At a coffee break we saw this fine set of wheels. (Lamborghini)
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Old 12-03-23, 04:26 AM
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Originally Posted by cooperryder

On today's ride in Dallas,TX saw this cyclist and his cycling partner on a Surly Big Dummy. The dog was unsecured in any way. Pretty cool!
That dog is secured by one of the best systems on earth, its own four paws and the amazing K9 sense it doesn't even have to think about using.
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Foofer where are you

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Just curious where your riding pics are taken, just a general location?
Thanks much,
I like what I see.
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Originally Posted by bironi
Just curious where your riding pics are taken, just a general location?
Thanks much,
I like what I see.
forrest park in portland oregon
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1951 Studebaker truck. The wood on the flat bed looks like a vintage mahogany wood boat



no-drop Monday group ride

Mr. Taylor telling us the boards on the flatbed came from the bleachers at a local high school school gym he had attended, that was being torn down years ago.

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While this looks like a mural at first glance, it is actually printed on some sort of vinyl(?).
Not sure if this is a temporary display of this ... "art"... so it was important to get a photo.




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Saw this guy munching his way through someone's back yard yesterday.

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"Boy, I say, I say, boy, lissen to me when I'm tawkin' to ya."
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a 20% grade that ends in a steep drop-off if you miss. real fun on our tandem.
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You could easily start a separate thread, "Ride a bike in Portlandia, see weird stuff".
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You could easily start a separate thread, "Ride a bike in Portlandia, see weird stuff".
for sure. I post in a Facebook group called that. I see so many wacky things.
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this is not the first time I have seen this. so many trucks cant make the corners.
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