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Mikeob

Look Ma, No Hands!
1916 ish mead crusader- just finished

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razinhellcustomz

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Still very hot (relatively speaking) across the pond.
Out for a morning ride on the 'Cycles Morot' truss-bridge framed cycle from Lagny sur Marne, near Paris, France.....
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...pictured at the corner of 'Cottesmore Lane' between the villages of Ewelme and Benson, South Oxfordshire.
What is that tucked up under your seat a spare tyre tube? Really don't need a side stand with all the Stone Henge walls dotting the country side... Really love those old bridge type frame bikes are really COOOL... RideOn... Razin...
 

dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
What is that tucked up under your seat a spare tyre tube? Really don't need a side stand with all the Stone Henge walls dotting the country side... Really love those old bridge type frame bikes are really COOOL... RideOn... Razin...
That's right, it's a spare (very) vintage inner tube.
Just for show as it doesn't hold air too well.
Red ones are quite rare in England, but very suitable for a French bike of that age.
Just wish I could find some nice old faded red 700A tyres to fit on the bike.
The 'Iver Johnson' company certainly got that frame right when they originally designed it, so many French companies eventually copied it; "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"so they say.
We're definitely blessed when it comes to ancient brick and stone work too.
 
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