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Old 10-07-22, 07:40 PM
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oldie but goodie

She'll be 30 years old in a few months and is still a blast to roll out on. Was out for a quick 31 miles today and still have a big smile as if it was our first ride together.
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I had a 1995 Serotta Atlanta Concept that I converted to a SS with an eccentric rear wheel. Loved riding that bike, was a real zen experience. Used to take it down Monument Avenue (which is cobbled) after Paris Roubaix. Not even close, but I enjoyed it.
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