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    Makeover time

    ideas?


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    Go to creativecycleworks.com for some nice ideas. There are some great paintjobs there to use as examples. They were wiped out by katrina and sadly are no longer in business. They did a road bike for my wife that was beautiful (It's the "pink trek" on the photo page). I think you need the Jet bike paintjob.. I'm sure you could get another painter to duplicate something like these.

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    That PS'ed version that lidarman posted in the other thread looks great

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    Speaking of Brado. In honor of his style.


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    Retro

    I vote for a retro but still uniquely Yeti paint job...

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    Hi Gary,

    you guys missed a good (but windy) ride yesterday. Is that your ARC? If so, I didn't know you owned one. At any rate, really really nice looking HT, and I've always like those loop stays
    Sound of Tires on Dirt - Sole Music; shared with friends - Soul Music.

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    unfortunately

    it's not mine. I'm still looking for a 90's era ARC (Furtado/Tomac era) for another SS conversion.
    We couldn't make it yesterday... We just had too many errands to run. We ended up doing 2 short rides locally instead in between tasks... We're getting ready for another Moab trip so that took up most of the day. The Owyhees pics looked great!

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    I notice all of us always talk about bikes and parts parts parts - as if we hove money trees in our backyards! (for those of us who have backyards that is)!!!

    I'll have to get into some non-bike activities with my biking friends, make it more real and mix it up a bit to real friends!
    Sound of Tires on Dirt - Sole Music; shared with friends - Soul Music.

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