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    Good job! 1/26/10 Tuesday Ride

    [SIZE=2] Nice weather today for a ride. Rog and Big Daddy and myself were in for a mud bath. Turns out not a lot of loose mud, but just spongy ground making pedaling a real workout. Like riding in wet concrete... LOL Great pics of the Lackawanna river, a nice doggie, old coal breaker foundations and the Lehigh Valley railbed(defunct)

    And, oh ya not related at all to this thread... I'm the prowd owner of a 1976 Maico AW (Adolph Weil) replica 400!

    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    More pics here:
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    Man you guy's are lucky getting all that riding in.

    That Maico looks collector quality, nice find.

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    Good job!

    dirtrider6:

    That's just a pic of a 1976, not my bike. I have to restore mine. Should make for a nice winter project if winter ever gets here... LOL.

    Team Maico/Braico
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    dirtrider6:

    That's just a pic of a 1976, not my bike. I have to restore mine. Should make for a nice winter project if winter ever gets here... LOL.

    Team Maico/Braico
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    I hope Winter never gets here!
    Sounds like you have a very time consuming project on your hands, you should take beginning and step pictures as you progress into a finished bike that would be cool.
    Knee Chuck

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