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Old 05-03-21, 09:17 AM
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Almost vintage 2003 Cannondale T800. Certainly a classic touring bike.

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Originally Posted by fabiofarelli
Thats interesting. What do you think the structure originally was?
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Originally Posted by SkinGriz
Thats interesting. What do you think the structure originally was?
I cannot find a picture of this at work in those days. But it's a excavation of gravel, a small one. I got a picture of one seven km northern, but that's a big one.
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I guess this is not really graffiti but ...., you'll understand. I hope. Five years ago, Ile de Ré, France.
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Old 05-09-21, 09:03 AM
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Character in the eye unleashing the violence is Alex from the movie 'A clockwork orange;
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Old 05-18-21, 12:21 PM
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From this morning’s ride underneath and on top of an old aqueduct that used to supply water to Boston:




You might get a sense that the graffiti writers around here are highly educated:
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My design team decided on a graffiti theme for our HPV project. At the collegiate competition we got first in the design competition, won the 200m sprint, and did OK in the criterium. UC Davis had a tandem HPV painted like a cow.
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Formerly a tram station, from 1904.
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Ha! Didn't even realize this was a thing when I took this photo last weekend...
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There's a quote about roses and thorns attributed to Abe Lincoln on this concrete bench.
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From today's lunch ride:



No, I didn't draw that just to take the picture.
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Old 05-22-21, 04:52 AM
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The first one doesn`t actually have my bike in it, but I was sitting on my bike when I took it.
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The bike desperately needs some love, the graffiti is just perfect:


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