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Old 02-20-21, 01:06 PM
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^ I like this one, Jeff! Very nice.
Thanks, Matt!

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Some plastic bike owners think steel weighs a ton....

...I must disagree as I own more than one, take the plunge (r).....

...and just ride one and maybe you'll feel, every mile is dreamy when ridden on steel.

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Originally Posted by botty kayer
Some plastic bike owners think steel weighs a ton....

...I must disagree as I own more than one, take the plunge (r).....

...and just ride one and maybe you'll feel, every mile is dreamy when ridden on steel.
Looks like he’s bringing’ the heat...
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Old 04-02-21, 10:32 AM
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Arriving home after todays bike ride, bike silhouette over the front door mat which has been filled with fallen cherry blossom from the tree outside my front door.
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Old 05-15-21, 01:40 PM
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Ride to SMU campus in Dallas with friend.
Modified with app special effects.
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Had a very nice ride around the neighborhood today...


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Is this pic Artsy ? Oh yea, everything is art .
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This pic is more obscure than artsy... The paint on the bike matches the ceramic hanging sun behind it.

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Old 06-04-21, 03:37 PM
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So many great pictures in this thread. Can’t wait to add some of my own.
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Originally Posted by Prostyler

Is this pic Artsy ? Oh yea, everything is art .
If you have to ask...

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Old 06-06-21, 11:25 AM
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The result of a somewhat tiresome ride ...

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^ What a neat idea non-fixie !
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^ What a neat idea non-fixie !
Thanks! Actually, I undertook this during my early days here at BF.

After seeing all those "correct" drive-side pictures against clean garage doors I took my camera and my most recent acquisition, and went looking around in the neighborhood for a nice background for posing my bikes against. Took me a whole Saturday afternoon.

I don't think I ever used any of those options again.
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The result of a somewhat tiresome ride ...

Positively Warholian... Bravo!

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My 1976 Motobecane Grand Touring getting a little cardio...

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
I agree it can be fun to get them dirty and the results can even look like art. As such, this photo needs to be in this thread: Show me artsy photos of your bike

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Thanks! I'm glad to oblige:



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