They don’t hurt, lots stuff much worse, like getting a filling without Novocain. When I was a kid the dentist charged an extra dollar for Novocain so that was too outrageous. Tattoo is a scratch.You'd be impressed with what they're able to do with cover ups these days. They still hurt though, haven't been able to solve that yet...
La vida loca! Sounds like a great start to life! Enjoy your new RRB famil. Nice to see new members and humor... world needs more humor from time to time! Ride on!Chapter 2: Really? He's Going Through With This?
Boring stuff: born in the 70s raised in the 80s, sk8board, punk, crappy third hand ten speed, jealousy at friends' cool brand bmxs, 90s grunge, girls, delinquency, what's that, a mountain bike?! Lemme try that Hardrock... right down a flight of stairs (I HATE GRIPSHIFT!!!) and I'm buying it, never leaving my collection. Graphic design diploma, the new millennium, jobs, life, wife (the cutie from the LBS!) kids, motorcycle, forgot about bikes, crash, busted body, rehab, back to bikes, Rat Rod Bikes and that's about it.
I remember when that garbage hit the MTBs. A friend from Vancouver BC tried telling me how great it was. My response was "When one of your friends up there lands a big drop and breaks their wrist because of the shifter rolling on them, let me know." A few months later they were all taking them off for trigger shifters.MattiThundrrr said:(I HATE GRIPSHIFT!!!)
I might see him Wednesday, Friday, or over the weekend. It's a bit of a drive that I'd have to do before work. Time is the hardest part to find!
Yeah....I’m not a fan of grip shift levers, either. I like my trigger shiftresI remember when that garbage hit the MTBs. A friend from Vancouver BC tried telling me how great it was. My response was "When one of your friends up there lands a big drop and breaks their wrist because of the shifter rolling on them, let me know." A few months later they were all taking them off for trigger shifters.
Just fantastic!When I first started dating my lady I built her a JC Higgins, found it a Murray tank on eBay and took her to the local swap meet on a date. That’s where I found the rack. It needs to be modified to fit the 24” frame but it’s so pretty.
Fast forward seven years and I traded a Columbia two bar. I don’t know what it’s really called but It was complete. Any ways I traded it for this awesome 24” Higgins with perfect paint.
That’s when she confessed that she doesn’t really care about bikes and was only faking it to make me happy.
It’s been in parts since then.
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