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Old 07-11-10, 03:41 PM
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What kind of a bike is that, illwafer? Looks like some pretty slack angles.
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Old 07-11-10, 04:27 PM
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Old 07-11-10, 04:45 PM
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does helmet hair count?


Dunno!

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That is pure sexy..
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Old 07-11-10, 04:59 PM
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A 15 minutes ago picture.. I rode all three of my bikes for at least 5 miles.. That is a lot for this newbie too..

Life is dam sweet I tell you that!!

Life should be sweet if you're 69 and in that kind of shape!! More power to you. Inspirational!
Welcome to C&V! It's a pretty laid back and friendly place. We're all sensible people here. Not a lot of ranting or shouting or ego bruising.
WERA: I used to make it an annual trip to Pocono International Raceway to catch the WERA Formula USA event, some 15-20 years ago. Always such a good time and race.
I remember one year, Yamaha brought their 500cc 2-stroke GP bike over and spanked the entire field. I think the rider nearly lapped the entire field!
I wonder if I had watched you race.
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I'll add a couple. They were taken at different times but I just happened to be wearing the same jersey both days (yes I have more than one jersey but this one is worn often because it's from a work sponsored bike team).
On a lazy group ride with my Fuji Touring Series V

Snapped by a buddy in the hills near Lawrence Welk Village on a fast group ride on my Titanium MongoosePro

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Old 07-11-10, 05:11 PM
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Duke Nukem is on Bikeforums?
Sorry Drillium Dude, but that's too funny.
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Seattle Bike Expo eariler this year. Mr. Ken Taylor on the left and me on the right.

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I met Jack at Elliott Bay Bicycles the night before the Expo - that old man is still sharp as a tack!
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Life should be sweet if you're 69 and in that kind of shape!! More power to you. Inspirational!
Welcome to C&V! It's a pretty laid back and friendly place. We're all sensible people here. Not a lot of ranting or shouting or ego bruising.
WERA: I used to make it an annual trip to Pocono International Raceway to catch the WERA Formula USA event, some 15-20 years ago. Always such a good time and race.
I remember one year, Yamaha brought their 500cc 2-stroke GP bike over and spanked the entire field. I think the rider nearly lapped the entire field!
I wonder if I had watched you race.

Not a chance, for you see I didn't start racing until I was 67 years old! I was 65 the first time I ever got on a racetrack with a motorcycle. Back in the middle 70s, I went to Pocono and saw Kenny Roberts race.. Awesome...

I race with WERA and CCS.

Never been on a 2 stroke!!

I am a late bloomer!!
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Old 07-11-10, 07:10 PM
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Well, I posted one pic, but this thread is too much fun:

Me, my boy, my wife on the left, the wife of a friend on the right:



With my son and one of his buddies:



That is me face down on the right (sorry, couldn't resist, but it is the most recent photo of me):

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Me and my 81' Mesa Runner!, on the Cross Island Trail of Kent Island Maryland(across the bay from Annapolis).
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OK, OK. I don't own the MOOTS. But the other picture of me going up the Colorado National Monument is slouchier...



The Western Rim trail in Rabbit Valley was even more awesome:



The road bike is my SOMA Smoothie, and the mountain bike is my Redline 1x9 29er. Vroom.
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Darn! Is that lycra that I see?
Yeah, I had some "issues" w/ ummm friction from the ride @ Shins and I was taking NO chances w/ this ride.... The jersey was free and my wife bought the bibs for me for Christmas (they are quite comfy but I feel ridiculous)
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Old 07-11-10, 07:48 PM
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on a morning ride in chelan
I've got the same helmet! Fits and works great, and about $50 less than the schmancy Giros.
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^^^^ Hahaha, nice shot, looks like you're holding up all your bikes!
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I'm new here so for now I'll remain elusive.

that there is my first roadie riding at night in Savannah, GA.
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@ WNG ^^ Or summoning up some sort of voodoo or casting a spell upon those beautiful rides.

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@ WNG ^^ Or summoning up some sort of voodoo or casting a spell upon those beautiful rides.

Killer arsenal, RFC!
Thanks. As you know, it's always important to have the right tool for the job. And cycling has many categories and subcategories that must be filled.
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Nothing really good with me and a bike. But, I offer me with three different levels of scary facial hair. The two urchins are my riding posse.

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