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Old 12-20-16, 12:48 PM
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Kennesaw Mountain Nat'l Battlefield and parts surrounding on the '74 Italvega NR, accompanied by Jim Townsend & his Colnagasati

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My former riding buddy is in for the holidays, so we met up and did 70 km, late afternoon and evening.
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Left work early today to enjoy above freezing temps, and my first winter ride.

One shot with the Poprad in front and an eagle in the background, and another of my shadowy ride back north.
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Old 12-22-16, 06:02 PM
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Nice pics all! It was a balmy 40 degrees at the Jersey Shore, actually feels warm after last week.
Got in a lunch ride, seemed like a ghost town in Point Pleasant.
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Every time I see that Ebisu I think I should reply Gesundheit. Nice pics.

Bike-commute opportunities have been scarce lately so I was delighted when my sweetie told me to go for a ride this morning. As a result I took the blue jewel from Verona out for 49.0 miles. Of course it came back filthy and I haven't started cleaning it yet.

Sometimes you have to dismount for a short stretch.



Casualty at mile 21. The rear of the bike started feeling bouncy in sync with my pedaling, a lot softer than it had been. Either the frame broke or a spoke broke or... oh, dang. The rear tire had picked up a piece of glass.



Those tires are 23mm Veloflex Masters, nice high-performance clinchers, cheaper to replace and easier to repair than a sew-up!

Lunch in Concord Center.

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PR10 in the sun.


A jynt iggle.


Nockamixon Palisades.


Riegelsville, NJ.


Fixer-upper.


Espresso & biscotti in Frenchbiketown.


Winter sky over the Delaware.


Uhlerstown bridge.

The music...

...never stopped.
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Old 12-23-16, 10:38 PM
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Looking for a nice place to ride starting from Hacienda Heights in Los Angeles... found this old railroad right of way that's been turned into a greenway (Whittier Greenway Trail). Rainy day and not exactly a pretty ride from Hacienda Heights, but happy to be out (even in the rain) on the very early 1970s Jack Taylor Marathon tandem (even if riding it solo garnered some strange looks). A real rolling restoration, with the emphasis at the moment more on rolling than restoring. At least she's no garage-queen!

This is the first bike I've ridden which has wheels built around mythical Maxi-Car hubs. Stuff of legend indeed. Normally, on a bike this old I overhaul the hubs almost immediately. I'm (almost) ashamed to say I haven't touched these hubs, and despite that they're some of the smoothest riding mechanical magic I've had the joy of experiencing... right up there with a Moto Guzzi throttle right off idle, a Lotus wheel at the edge of adhesion, or the stick of a Pitts going into a snap roll. Magic... just magic.



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Once again, a nice brace of pics, everyone! Hambone, that Peugeot looks great and that ride must have been a real treat. My sweetie especially commented on the espresso & biscotti pic. Interesting tandem too. Show it to us when it is finished and all gussied up!
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Nice pic. where is this?

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Vacationing on the Big Island, feeling guilty, so time to saddle up and do some suffering.

Heading out early on the Queen Kamehameha Highway:


Obligatory rainbow pic:


Turned right at Hawi and the climbing began, along with wind and rain. I felt like Forest Gump. Little bitty stingin’ rain … and big ol’ fat rain. Rain that flew in sideways. And sometimes rain even seemed to come straight up from underneath. The climbing and the rain I didn't mind. Climbings good for the soul, teaching you to suffer, and the rain was Hawaiian warm rain. Wind will keep you from getting too cheerful, especially when it randomly gusts up to twice speed. I finally got to this place.



It was real purdy up on that ridge.


A few rollers, then I lost all that mileage in less than half an hour. Maxed out at 47mph about 2/3 of the way down when the gusting wind stopped and I could let the lil' guy all out.


Total time and average included stops. It seems that 10 miles in an hour is my rule of thumb for any longer ride. I'm just not interested in hammering the whole thing out anymore. The roses smell too sweet.

Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say...
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47 MPH, HOLY CRAP ! You are even more of a bad arse than I thought.


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Vacationing on the Big Island, feeling guilty, so time to saddle up and do some suffering.

Heading out early on the Queen Kamehameha Highway:


Obligatory rainbow pic:


Turned right at Hawi and the climbing began, along with wind and rain. I felt like Forest Gump. Little bitty stingin’ rain … and big ol’ fat rain. Rain that flew in sideways. And sometimes rain even seemed to come straight up from underneath. The climbing and the rain I didn't mind. Climbings good for the soul, teaching you to suffer, and the rain was Hawaiian warm rain. Wind will keep you from getting too cheerful, especially when it randomly gusts up to twice speed. I finally got to this place.



It was real purdy up on that ridge.


A few rollers, then I lost all that mileage in less than half an hour. Maxed out at 47mph about 2/3 of the way down when the gusting wind stopped and I could let the lil' guy all out.


Total time and average included stops. It seems that 10 miles in an hour is my rule of thumb for any longer ride. I'm just not interested in hammering the whole thing out anymore. The roses smell too sweet.

Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say...
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47 MPH, HOLY CRAP ! You are even more of a bad arse than I thought.
My cheeks were wrapped tightly around the saddle...It was a curvy section posted as 35mph, and it dipped into it. I keep remembering that one shouldn't brake in a curve, just keep leaning...I kept thinking the bike better not slide out, or Mrs. Gee would be calling me a different kind of arse...
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Nice little 6 hr. jaunt. Good post for a traveling man.

Thanks for the motivation - to seek sunshine.
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I heard the bell on Christmas day...


PX-10 in the sun.


In before the crowds arrive. =)
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Hambone, great pics! That PX-10 looks superb.

We took ye ol' vintage tandem out for 39.6 miles today. Temp in the low to mid-40's, a stiff wind from the west which inaccuweather said was 21mph gusting to 31. Not many cars, and even not many-er bikes. Where was everybody? Why weren't they out riding their new bicycles?

My sweetie and the bike:


Bofus posing for an ant's eye view:


The bike takes a short rest:


Of course we had a picnic, otherwise what's the point? Yes, it was chilly.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
Hambone, great pics! That PX-10 looks superb.

We took ye ol' vintage tandem out for 39.6 miles today. Temp in the low to mid-40's, a stiff wind from the west which inaccuweather said was 21mph gusting to 31. Not many cars, and even not many-er bikes. Where was everybody? Why weren't they out riding their new bicycles?
Cool tandem, @jimmuller! Is that a Paramount?
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Got out for a bit today before the freezing rain started. Went by an old church with a bunch of vines growing around it, looked like a pretty good "day after Christmas" opportunity.
Later on in the ride I rode a few miles on the Airline Trail in Pomfret, CT.
Felt nice to get out after a long layoff due to work travel.
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Originally Posted by otg
Got out for a bit today before the freezing rain started. Went by an old church with a bunch of vines growing around it, looked like a pretty good "day after Christmas" opportunity...
otg, good to see you post about getting out. Today would have been a good day but a bit chilly here northeast of you. Nice pics. I like the church pic especially.

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Cool tandem, @jimmuller! Is that a Paramount?
Thanks. Noop, not a Paramount, a 1982 Peugeot TH8. Its history has been documented in C&V off and on since I built it 6 or 7 years ago. (I forget when exactly, have to go back to our pics to be sure.)

We got the frame from another BF member, scottryder, who frequents C&V though not so frequently lately. It had been ridden to Massachusetts from California by two women who were the original owners. It had been parked for a while as a nephew of one of them cannibalized it for parts. One of the women became Scott's neighbor, which is how he acquired it. He sold it to us after deciding it didn't fit him. Finding the original or original-type parts was an interesting challenge, as was improvising all the other stuff unique to a tandem. It still carries mostly French components, some the original. I had it repainted, put it together, and we started riding. That was probably 8000 miles ago. It has been a marvelous machine.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
otg, good to see you post about getting out. Today would have been a good day but a bit chilly here northeast of you. Nice pics. I like the church pic especially.



Thanks. Noop, not a Paramount, a 1982 Peugeot TH8. Its history has been documented in C&V off and on since I built it 6 or 7 years ago. (I forget when exactly, have to go back to our pics to be sure.)

We got the frame from another BF member, scottryder, who frequents C&V though not so frequently lately. It had been ridden to Massachusetts from California by two women who were the original owners. It had been parked for a while as a nephew of one of them cannibalized it for parts. One of the women became Scott's neighbor, which is how he acquired it. He sold it to us after deciding it didn't fit him. Finding the original or original-type parts was an interesting challenge, as was improvising all the other stuff unique to a tandem. It still carries mostly French components, some the original. I had it repainted, put it together, and we started riding. That was probably 8000 miles ago. It has been a marvelous machine.
Thanks for the background @jimmuller. Very rich history... I love hearing that sort of thing. I'll no doubt poke around and read what I can find in old posts. Thanks!
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otg, good to see you post about getting out. Today would have been a good day but a bit chilly here northeast of you.
Chilly here in Penn's woods too but I did go out for a ride around the block. First trip of the season for Babe, the blue oxen whose weight still honors her namesake. The forced starvation diet over the summer did not yield one gram of reduction - murder up hills (but good for cardio) and certain death down hills due to the shopping cart geometry. But, it's still better than the best day at the office. 38deg, over cast, wet roads, cold damp with some of that damp, from the water on my glasses, more firmed up than the rest. Still a proper Boxing Day scamper.

Should be dry and warm tomorrow so the C'dale is tucked into the back seat and I'll be turning cranks by noon. Hopefully dry and sunny.
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Since it's an unbelievable 67° here in Richmond, Virginia, I got out my old classic '85 Fuji Del Rey and went for a ride. I ended up riding 17.30 miles in 1 hr 4 min for an avg of 16.2 mph...
Man, it felt great to be out riding - even though these temps won't last and we'll be back in the 20's or 30's at night and 30's or 40's by day.

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Great weather today with temps floating around the low-mid 50s. The constant wind helped to keep my enthusiasm in check. Today was the first day out in a couple weeks due to an illness that just wouldn't quit, it felt great to get out. Today's ride was around 40mi and 2k climbing.





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You folks are out riding and having a grand old time. Me, I just rode to work again.

On my ride home this evening:

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I rode just 10.8 miles this evening, just after sunset (1) for fun, and (2) to bump up my mileage tally to reach 2,000 for the calendar year. The streets are packed with tourists this week. I went around the perimeter of part of the island. Here are my tracks and stats.











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