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Old 05-19-23, 12:04 PM
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There seems to be some direct sunlight in that pic.
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yeah. the lug detailing.

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Originally Posted by smd4
There seems to be some direct sunlight in that pic.
Easily confused with Dr. Ferrari's glowing concoction of PED's and other riding enhancements in his bidon.
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Old 05-19-23, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Gotcha nlerner. Maybe this is a good place to show off my Merckx. It is without doubt the best bike ever produced and I don’t know why any bike would be made of anything other than Reynolds 653.


I like that it has a downtube beacon so that you can find it in the dark.
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Old 05-19-23, 04:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Originally Posted by smd4
There seems to be some direct sunlight in that pic.
OP might need to have a roofer check for leaks asap.
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Old 05-19-23, 06:29 PM
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I dug up a pic that @Spaghetti Legs took on our recent CA tour:

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Originally Posted by nlerner
I dug up a pic that @Spaghetti Legs took on our recent CA tour:
That's funny, I've never been to California, and yet I think I have a photo of that ride.




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Originally Posted by merziac
Paul was one of the greats,
Absolutely.

I remember seeing his posts- you'd always see how measured he was, and always such beautiful photography.

It was literally YEARS until I figured out who he was. And for me, being a Suntour homer- I was gobsmacked. As I was when I heard he passed.
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