Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by 93EXCivic, Oct 4, 2019.
Too much of anything is bad, except whiskey, which is just enough (Mark Twain).
I'm a huge Twain fan!
"Everything in moderation, including moderation"
That's a good one
One of my personal sayings that hasn't seemed to catch on yet...
Radicals are always wrong.
I find it multilayered and amusing...others usually just look at me like I'm an idiot. The truth is out there.
I would disagree with your definition of radical. Thomas Jefferson was a radical. Dr King was a radical. Sometimes, change is required, even if it is frightening.
My personal favorite Twain quote is "Go to heaven for the climate, heck for the company."
True... depending what I'm talking about...I'll add the addendum, ", except when they're not."
There is such thing as grass track racing. It has been around for decades now. https://www.velonews.com/2019/07/ne...nside-story-of-kansass-grass-velodrome_497324
What color cotton bar tape should I use on this bike? I want add a layer of cotton bar with shellac to this bike. Trying to decide between brown, maroon, red or black. Colors are here. https://www.treefortbikes.com/Newbaums-Cotton-Cloth-Handlebar-Tape
I am also going to get this saddle bag. https://www.treefortbikes.com/Banjo-Brothers-Minnehaha-Canvas-Barrel-Saddle-Bag-
I like how mean it looks with the black.
Changed out the bell (as the old one hit the handlebar bag and didn't really ring) to one that fit on the 31.8mm section of bar. Put a saddle bag on it to hold, tube, multi-tool, C02.
Just got in cotton tape which it going to go on with light coat of shellac, bar ends made from champagne corks and a new chainring to improve the chain tension.
I am probably going to get a longer quill stem adapter to bring the bars up a little more and I want to figure out a rear rack.
I was looking at MTBs with drop bars. This is a downhill MTB with slammed suspension.
Or this Mad Max thing.
Cool thing is that one is made... in Poland
I can't like this bike enough.
Reminds me of the bikes that I wanted to exist when I was a ThundrrrKid
They didn't exist in the eighties. I wanted them to
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