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Old 10-30-13, 01:45 PM
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^Great pics guys

Here's a nice shot of the St. Louis Archway this morning.



GO CARDS! (Not a Cards fan, but I have money on them to win the WS.)
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Old 10-30-13, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by gaucho777
GO CARDS! (Not a Cards fan, but I have money on them to win the WS.)
Nice pic! But otherwise, ahem...
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Tell me more about that bike. It sure looks nice.
Thanks TimmyT. Stan Johnson built 150 bike frames in the 80s and 90s. He had a shop in Oxnard, CA until 1993 when He moved to Bozeman, MT. I bought bikes that he built for each of his brothers(built in 88 & 89). They're real nice riding bikes. One is built from SP tubes and the other SPX. Both use Henry James lugs.

Here's the other one(with the tools about falling off the saddle).


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Originally Posted by Roger M
Thanks TimmyT. Stan Johnson built 150 bike frames in the 80s and 90s. He had a shop in Oxnard, CA until 1993 when He moved to Bozeman, MT. I bought bikes that he built for each of his brothers(built in 88 & 89). They're real nice riding bikes. One is built from SP tubes and the other SPX. Both use Henry James lugs.

Here's the other one(with the tools about falling off the saddle).

Amazing!!!
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Old 10-30-13, 07:12 PM
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The wife and I did a 50 mile ride on the Great Alleghany Passage a couple weeks ago. Really fun ride with tunnels and cool scenery. We even rode next to the Western Md. Railroad steam engine for a couple miles.




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My daughter as Ralpie from "A Christmas Story". My mom made this for her.

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That is fantastic. Faaaantastic.


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Old 11-02-13, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Roger M
Thanks TimmyT. Stan Johnson built 150 bike frames in the 80s and 90s. He had a shop in Oxnard, CA until 1993 when He moved to Bozeman, MT. I bought bikes that he built for each of his brothers(built in 88 & 89). They're real nice riding bikes. One is built from SP tubes and the other SPX. Both use Henry James lugs.

Here's the other one(with the tools about falling off the saddle).

Also very nice. Thank you.
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Old 11-03-13, 11:23 PM
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Here i am, holding my bike, as well as my friends riv while he snaps a pic of my bike.



except my bike started to fall so....



oops. Sorry riv.
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Just a few kilometers from home
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Old 11-04-13, 03:52 PM
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Damn pesky peacocks are taking over the neighborhood
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I got to try this baby out on the trails yesterday! Not vintage but still good old fashioned steel!

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Originally Posted by -holiday76
Here i am, holding my bike, as well as my friends riv while he snaps a pic of my bike.



except my bike started to fall so....



oops. Sorry riv.
Haha. That's great.
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Originally Posted by ColonelJLloyd
That is fantastic. Faaaantastic.


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Yeah, my Mom did a really nice job making the costume. She used to make all of ours when we were kids and always got creative with it. I'll have to stop leaning on her to make them....but it's shes making it to easy to continue.
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I had a nice ride in pleasant autumn temps yesterday and saw a bit of fall color around Dallas as well as some white pelicans which like to hang out this time of the year at White Rock Lake.
I detoured through downtown Dallas and snapped some pics of that flower laden vintage El Camino (in remarkable condition) at the downtown farmers market,
the reflecting pool in front of Dallas city hall,
and some snaps of the impressive larger than life longhorn cattle drive sculptures near the Dallas Convention Center.

This is my favorite type of riding, good fall weather, leisurely pace, stop for pics & to smell the roses as well as stop for good food. All in all a memorable day on a terrific and comfortable bike.

If any of you folks get down this way I would be happy to give you a bike tour of the Dallas area.

















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^Cool shot.

Here are a few pics from out front of Jitensha Studio (home of Ebisu bikes) in Berkeley.





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Originally Posted by southpawboston
Stunning pic. There are two paths you can go by...
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^Cool shot.

Here are a few pics from out front of Jitensha Studio (home of Ebisu bikes) in Berkeley.





Just about killed me that they were closed when we were out there recently.

Invite only?
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Old 11-08-13, 08:15 PM
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Great pic!

Reminds me of this:

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