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Unique angles and shots of your bike (not up against a wall!)

Old 06-28-19, 11:14 AM
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Unique angles and shots of your bike.

My old Nishiki

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Old 06-28-19, 11:22 AM
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On the fence .



On the couch

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'85 Miyata 710


One out'a two?

This ones down in storage, and because of this thread I'm going to pull it out for today's errands, so thanks for the reminder!

I also need to post those pedals, they're the easiest to slide a foot into and super comfortable, I'd love to find another pair (or three).
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Old 06-28-19, 12:55 PM
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Does 2014 count as vintage or classic?

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At (in?) "Butt Crack Rock"

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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly View Post
I like that angle, too - and so does my cat!



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I’ve always liked this angle for this bike.

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I don't understand how it's standing...
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Balance the bike in table salt - blow away the excess.

But most likely a fast camera, a faster friend, and balls the size of church bells
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on the way back from town..

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Originally Posted by Ck333 View Post
I don't understand how it's standing...
the twig as a prop is clearly visible.

I use a short piece of clear acrylic. Much harder to spot, and much easier to Photoshop out.
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Not exactly "unique..."

I liked the first one, and kept going to the well...


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Ok, here is the underside of my Bianchi.
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On the fence .


Ahhh...so tire-warmers aren't just for motorcycles anymore!
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
I like that angle, too - and so does my cat!



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I sure hope you have that photo framed and prominently displayed. Wonderful shot!
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Originally Posted by Ck333 View Post
I don't understand how it's standing...
Originally Posted by sdn40 View Post
Balance the bike in table salt - blow away the excess.

But most likely a fast camera, a faster friend, and balls the size of church bells
If you stare at the photo long enough, a stick will appear.
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Originally Posted by Chr0m0ly View Post

One out'a two?

This ones down in storage, and because of this thread I'm going to pull it out for today's errands, so thanks for the reminder!

I also need to post those pedals, they're the easiest to slide a foot into and super comfortable, I'd love to find another pair (or three).
Is that chrome handle bar tape, I've never seen that before.
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