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Old 10-18-21, 03:22 PM
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cool beans, cool paint

bought this yesterday, thought id share a pic. jelly belly team bike. pretty cool paint. a little new for classic and vintage, but it will get there


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Old 10-18-21, 03:38 PM
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^^^^^ Definitely cool beans.
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Just in time for Halloween!
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Very cool!
@gugie and I once passed Jelly Belly racer Jacob Rathe on the road during a large group gravel ride. We started a couple of hours before he did and then he got a flat shortly after passing us.

Wikipedia says Jeremy Powers is 5'11", so that bike looks a bit small for him, but I guess that's what he rode (https://www.bikeradar.com/features/p...us-izalco-pro/). It makes me feel better about the size of my CX bike, which feels good to me but is small compared to my vintage road bikes.
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I like it. Mapei redux!
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Originally Posted by Andy_K View Post
Very cool!
@gugie and I once passed Jelly Belly racer Jacob Rathe on the road during a large group gravel ride. We started a couple of hours before he did and then he got a flat shortly after passing us.

Wikipedia says Jeremy Powers is 5'11", so that bike looks a bit small for him, but I guess that's what he rode (https://www.bikeradar.com/features/p...us-izalco-pro/). It makes me feel better about the size of my CX bike, which feels good to me but is small compared to my vintage road bikes.
Musta been on that Vonsomethingorother?
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Musta been on that Vonsomethingorother?
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Yeah, that's what I said.
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