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tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
Bump this pic TTT
@dnc1
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TR6SC

I live for the CABE
This is definitely pre-CABE.
3 Schwinn unicycles in a row. The faceless rider is Hal Gordon of JPL. He worked in navigation. His son Steve, a welding engineer at Rockwell, wears the John Lennon sideboards. I'm the guy with the holes in my shoes. Close inspection shows both cottered and cotterless cranks, and down at the bottom you can see the wooden box that was the goal. We played on a grammar school basketball court on Saturdays in Pasadena. Circa 1985
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dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
This is definitely pre-CABE.
3 Schwinn unicycles in a row. The faceless rider is Hal Gordon of JPL. He worked in navigation. His son Steve, a welding engineer at Rockwell, wears the John Lennon sideboards. I'm the guy with the holes in my shoes. Close inspection shows both cottered and cotterless cranks, and down at the bottom you can see the wooden box that was the goal. We played on a grammar school basketball court on Saturdays in Pasadena. Circa 1985View attachment 718487
Awesome photo!
 

birdzgarage

I live for the CABE
Besides being one of the nicest and most polite people you will meet and one of my fave riding buddies, our friend hippie mike is an extremely talented artist.his work is just awsome.
 

Barto

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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@Nashman & @Barto

Went to Winnipeg for Business last summer and was invited to a ride by Nashman in the local area. Nice! Showed me his well stocked stable AND Man Cave. Phew, If I was a cartoon my eyes would have sprung out of my head. Got to ride his Monarch - Very nice rider - and I'm no small guy. It was a great day hosted by a great CABER. Had a blast!!
 

Nashman

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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Went to Winnipeg for Business last summer and was invited to a ride by Nashman in the local area. Nice! Showed me his well stocked stable AND Man Cave. Phew, If I was a cartoon my eyes would have sprung out of my head. Got to ride his Monarch - Very nice rider - and I'm no small guy. It was a great day hosted by a great CABER. Had a blast!!
We had a great day. BART is an enthusiastic Caber, and a Swell fellow. Hot day, cold refreshments, fun ride. What more does one need? Oh yeah, a lunch/ more beverages on an outdoor patio restaurant with good scenery was a plus too!! Cheers Bart!!!
 

cyclingday

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
I guess it's time for a little update of this thread.
This first picture was taken the week prior, at the Amgen Tour of California 2018 in Long Beach.
The rest were taken up at theYosemite Valley ride, 2018.
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@schwinnja
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@Velocipedist Co.
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@El Hefe Grande
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@tripple3 with unknown tourists.
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From left to right,
@Cory,@KevinX,@Schwinnja,@Schwinn499,@CycloneCoaster.com,@Mrg,@Velocipedist Co.@Spanky the Dog,@Janine,@Vintagepaintworx,
@IslandSchwinn,@Cyclingday,@slick,
@tripple3
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@slick
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@Cory, @Hippie Mike,@Tripple3,@KevinX
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@rcole,@island schwinn
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@KevinX
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@Fordmike65,@Lulu,@KevinX,@Obi Wan Schwinnobi,@Schwinnja,@Cyclingday,@slick@Mary and daughter, @rcole45,@island schwinn.
 

RUDY CONTRATTI

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Love the fact that ya all played Hockey on Uni s.And the fact,ya all were in Pasadena,and upon further review,ya all used those Wamoo plactic replacememt blades,cause when we were kids our Sherwood or CCM sticks would not last on our beat up streets on Long Island ,,,then we went to those replacements blades,,and from the looks of the goal,,ya all used the hard plactic puck,and not the ball!!!My time was the early 1970s,first on foot ,then on skates with metal wheels.THOSE WERE THE DAZES!!!
Thanks for the flashback
 
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