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    The guy that get's me threw almost everything.


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    Its become

    my go 2 bike
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    Wreck the malls with cows on Harleys

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    I like the seatstays, only thing better (sexier) is snakestays, and those are rarely seen these days.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Specialized sucks ass.

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    My 1984 Paris Sport

    Has become my every day to and from work bike. Gets heaps of coments. The fixed carrier is kind of cool. Used it to tow my young fella along the boardwalk the other day. Waiting for new decals and guards to finish it off.
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    Chicken Dinner

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    Very nice bike man
    Wreck the malls with cows on Harleys

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    awesome photos!

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    My "Love" Commuter

    Pashley Roadster 26 that I've ridden for the past 3 years. Spring, summer and fall only, I like this bike too much to trash it in the winter, and besides, I don't think it would cope too well with ice and snow. My winter beater isn't fit for this thread.
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    my commuter ride

    Takes a while for it to thaw out, but it is great fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrm View Post

    Very nice bike man
    Thanks, jrm. She definitely holds a special place in my heart.

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    Commuter Love-imageuploadedbytapatalk1358213692.694651.jpg

    Another day

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    More love gone bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjohnson View Post
    Takes a while for it to thaw out, but it is great fun.
    I'm guessing that your shifting performance is somewhat reduced.

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    Love Of My Light/Life

    The Duchess burns holes in the dark.

    Current set up on high (Close to 2300 lumens in the two headlights plus helmet light and 400 lumens in 5 tail lights (one on the helmet on the saddle), no camera flash :



    A bit o' flash:



    Misleading. In front of head lights, the deep vees, polished brass fenders, gold bottle and cages show better than the light weights on the spokes.

    Beams from side, helmet on saddle, not at my head height, nor aimed:



    Rear beam (Helmet Turbo rear light not in this and Nite Flux at 60 lux steady not 200 flashing:



    You can see how i would light up signs behind me on the other side of the road.

    The Cygolite Hotshot dominates the center 30 degrees, the homemade and Nite FLux and about the same until about 60 degrees from the centerline, where my DIY's have it.

    Front beam as I ride it. I fill in above and farther out with the helmet beam (narrower).as an aim able high beam:



    It has a bit of spill to be seen by, but I have to rotate them to 45 degrees each side in the day or cross traffic can't see them.

    Can you see us now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianMc View Post
    The Duchess burns holes in the dark.
    She certainly does
    Recalculating....

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    Does it have to be a boutique vintage artsy photo collection

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    Well the Op set the stage. There is the Post your Commuter thread and it is a stickie.

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