- Sep 30, 2010
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Sometimes, I post something and delete it afterwards because it is clear that the people with whom I am discussing things have read it and moved on.
So, you see, someone had read it. Just not you.
So why post on a public forum? The whole point of message boards is so that other people can read and learn.
It is really annoying to open a thread and half the posts have been deleted so you can't learn anything.
Why don't you just give him his money back and be done with it?I post in a thread if a line of discussion is interesting or amusing. I remove posts if I feel like it, particularly if the members that I'm addressing have read it and something in the post is personal.
If you want to learn something from what I've posted, there is more than enough material on StyFo to occupy your time. If you are, instead, merely annoyed, it is simple to put my username on your block list and avoid being annoyed again.
If you have something to say about nice bikes, that might make a better topic for your next post, if any, in this thread, rather than how put out you are.
Back, courtesy of Monty (thank you).
Very nice bikes, and honestly, they make me wish that I'd have commissioned one when I had the chance. I haven't any bespoke bikes, partially because I couldn't justify the cost, and related, because I got into so many accidents that I couldn't justify the cost.
My poor mountain bikes, also, have taken a beating, and a few have been so badly damaged (and those things are made to take a beating) that they just needed to be scrapped. I have gravel scars over a decade old that are a testament to my foolhardy and inexpert riding. My rule is that if the bike has to go over the cliff in order for me to live, it's every bike/man for himself.
Based on incomplete memory of that Litespeed frameset and the Eurus wheel decals (which predate the 2002 Eurus on my one production frameset), I'm going to guess that this is a vintage 1999-2001 bike.