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Hammerhead

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Rode The Northern Rail Trail through Franklin and Andover today. Took out my '41 DX on this beautiful spring day. Awesome time. Stay safe and have fun. Hammerhead
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RPower

Finally riding a big boys bike
System check ride, about 10 miles, on the last e bike I will build. 1936 Westfield frame built up as a fake Indian from a frame I had laying around. I built this one for myself after building a couple customs but just not for me. I was looking forward to a long ride on a Shelby I just finished, but somehow the front axle was stripped on one side. My mtb is in the shop and I wanted to ride something, so.....

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SKPC

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Long ride on the Hawthorne today out to the Coast, upstream through Back Bay and San Diego Creek then back into the Laguna Hills thru Shady Canyon, UC Irvine then back along the coast on the way home. Another long ride on 21C and it continues to perform as intended: Quiet, comfortable, smooth and very quick. I really enjoy riding this bike.
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Beam me up Scottie!
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Hermes was the ancient Greek god of trade, wealth, luck, fertility, animal husbandry, sleep, language, thieves, and travel. One of the cleverest and most mischievous of the Olympian gods, he was the patron of shepherds, invented the lyre, and was, above all, the herald and messenger of Mt. Olympus so that he came to symbolize the crossing of boundaries in his role as a guide between the two realms of gods and humanity. To the Romans, this god was known as Mercury. Hermes was the son of Zeus and the nymph Maia (daughter of the Titan Atlas). Famous for his diplomatic skills, he was also regarded as the patron of languages and rhetoric.
 
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