Life, with some cycling.
You look at a bike and write poetry.I look at it and become a pervert:"Oooooh baby (pant, pant), let's go for a ride!"
I an VERY happily married.....*but* if you and I were married, I think our garage would have more bikes then some LBS's :-)
As one of the earlier (maybe first?) readers of TOB, it's nice to see you getting more comments. I say steel is real, don't be sucked in by those fat aluminum tubes, they aren't sleek.And if you don't go steel, go with ti, those salty roads will corrode aluminum just as well as they will rust steel.AAAAhhhh, I love Florida. A chilly 60 degrees today, I think I'll go for a ride.Have a great day,
T, we're saying the same thing...different words and less panting here, but the same thing :-]George, we'd have to move into the garage and let the bikes have the house!Notso! Thanks for stopping by again -- how's the house coming along? Hey, the L'una is pure white carbon and it shimmers from the tips of the handlebars to the bottom of the dropouts...a beautiful frame.You be thinking of us all while you're out in 60 degrees!
So how many working bikes do you have, and how old is the youngest one? I've got three, but the youngest is 8 years old, and I'm thinking there's a new one in my not-so-distant future, and this one sure does appeal. And I figure, even if you have a dozen bikes, if they're all o-l-d, it's time to upgrade, right? Right?
no you are not getting another bikenot with another mouth to feed running around the housesiblingsit is vital for communal animals to have their familylike the bike culturethere is that downed dc courierhe is in a coma from a hit and runhe was a messenger(I am not a messenger)many of the messengers want to go see himbut the family is forbidding none family to visitbut these people are his family?there is an alley cat benefit race for him this weekendnot usually my style of racenot racing due to the dislocationbutmaybe I should go with my camera and kick in to the donationshttp://www.messengers.org/events/tried to google for the flyertoo lazy to grab it off my sitebut it is therewe will see how the weekend presents itself
when you wrench...do you wrench alone of with friends?I used to love having friends come over with their bikes and a six pack and we would tinkerbut nowthat seems to have slipped from my scheduleheckI still have not set up a proper shop in my basementall my big dreams and I have not even hung peg boarddefinite winter project... clean the basement
white carbin. oh so delish.used steel. oh so reasonable.
It's probably a good thing that you didn't 'go inside'.... how would you be able to resist??
Hey Senioritis, 15 days! Good for you! And NO I don't need another bike...my current rides' ages: 2 yrs, 3 yrs; 7, 8, 9 yrs (into racing big time then); 13 yrs, 44 yrs. All working and happy. But if YOU are thinking about one, I've heard it's an excellent ride!Gwadzilla, sad, definitely family. Found the page, but the flyer wasn't there. If you go, I hope to hear/read/see the day on your site.And wrenching I tend to do on my own...hmmm, friends bringing six-packs....Rocco, thanks for stopping by. Delish vs. reasonable. Tough call!Ptelea, I WAS INSIDE! I even touched it -- smooth and silky...irridescent.
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