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- Dec 5, 2006
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That is a serious looking lock.
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It's the SF-approved Kryptonite lock!That is a serious looking lock.
Yup; it's the Calgary bike lanes that I paid for as a taxpayer so might as well use it! It's part of Canada's "Great Trail" network.@flipstah: Beautiful area, I guess a Calgary MUT?
Judging by the size of your backpack, you're going to need a much larger integrated downtube storage unit on your next fancy-bike. I mean of course only if you actually want to be a complete ....
Is that Bianchi your first pick-up from the co-op? Not bad. Does it fit you though? The ht seems very tall compared to the Norco, unless the photos are really deceiving me.
That's fantastic, that trail.It's the SF-approved Kryptonite lock!
Yup; it's the Calgary bike lanes that I paid for as a taxpayer so might as well use it! It's part of Canada's "Great Trail" network.
My commuter bag full of laptop stuff and notes. FML.
It is my first pick up from the co-op! She a big girl, but I couldn't leave her behind. I'll probably hold on to it and barter if I see a smaller frame, or start building it after the MTB is done.
People pay even more than that, for some of the older really "collectible" bits, if mint or esp NOS...insane $.I don't get why their vintage derailleur is $300 on eBay.
The trail is surprisingly vast and well blanketed with foliage. I do regret not returning back on the saddle earlier but better late than never.That's fantastic, that trail.
Good eye on picking up the Bianchi. It's a decent frameset, good for fenders etc. I don't see how it would fit you, but maybe you can trade it like you said, or gift it to some sweet Calgary Flames cheerleader at Christmas. I hear (virtually, via Neil Young) that some of the gals are pretty big, out there in Alberta....
Definitely better late than never, and that area looks beautiful and peaceful to ride.The trail is surprisingly vast and well blanketed with foliage. I do regret not returning back on the saddle earlier but better late than never.
I have spare wheels at my parents place so I’llsee what it looks like with wheels on. The components seem cheap with SR stem/drop bars, SIS rd... have to read up on the Blaze crank though. It’s called Bianchi Strada LX
some of the girls I’ve met at the ranch bar here are pro stick handlers
In other words, that's a Calgary-locals way of saying those gals have really excellent downtube storage units?