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Blackbomber

Wore out three sets of tires already!
I am fortunate to live in an area with LOTS of cyclists. And lots of bike related events. Longmont Bike Night has just finished it's 16th year!!! Have been lucky to make it to every ride the last 3 years(including Moonlight Rides which we didn't do this year:(). And rode a different bike each week the last 2 years. Bicycle Longmont is the area bike advocate and does a good job in the community.

Tomorrow we are escorting the "Official Oktoberfest Keg" from Left Hand Brewing to Roosevelt Park where the party is. It will take a better part of the afternoon to visit all the other breweries, cideries and distillers in town on our way.:) When the parade arrives at the park, the Mayor taps the keg to kick off the party and pours all of us a beer! Can't wait!!!

P.S. That sweet little Columbia would make a great Pig Bike. Just sayin'....;)

I’ve followed the Mr. Money Moustache blog almost from the beginning, and my sister (who rides) lived in Boulder for years. So I was already a bit familiar with Longmont’s legendary bike culture. Looking forward to seeing pics of the monthly rides :)

You just blew my mind with the Pig Bike suggestion (had to look it up). I also noticed there seems to be enough BB clearance to install a full sized crank.

Coincidentally I ran into a man (while riding the Columbia) who told me about his son’s Sears Spyder still hanging in his garage. So I might be back in a muscle bike anyway. Miss the Royce I sold earlier this year.
 

jimbo53

I live for the CABE
39 Colson Snaptank taking me on our local greenway cruise.
Life is good, but it’s better on a vintage bike!
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At the six mile turnaround-“Oh, Coffee!”
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hm.

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Had to hit the beach again. Im keeping it fresh with the 83 this time.
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Over to the Sunset Beach water tower with no hesitation.
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Off and shooting for the full 30 miles.
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Stopped at the picnic tables for a nice view of dog beach
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Made it to down to Newport.
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Then back on the strand at 36th street..
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and down to the end.
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Pulling up for a short rest at West Jetty Park.
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A bike a bird and a boat.
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Nice car spotted while cruising through the Balboa hood.
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And back on the strand.. with chrome spinnin.
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Leaving Newport.
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Going through Huntington I stopped to check the tires..still fresh:cool:
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Dog beach once again.
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Had to dip through Bolsa Chica RV park. Its full again..as usual.
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Didnt stop for the five dollar beer this time.
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And back to the truck at PCH and Warner
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Ahhhh the freshness..

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Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Thanks for the compliment @tripple3! Haven't done much with the Roadmaster since I picked it up at auction in 2016. Will be getting a full overhaul this winter. ;)

I’ve followed the Mr. Money Moustache blog almost from the beginning, and my sister (who rides) lived in Boulder for years. So I was already a bit familiar with Longmont’s legendary bike culture. Looking forward to seeing pics of the monthly rides :)

You just blew my mind with the Pig Bike suggestion (had to look it up). I also noticed there seems to be enough BB clearance to install a full sized crank.

Coincidentally I ran into a man (while riding the Columbia) who told me about his son’s Sears Spyder still hanging in his garage. So I might be back in a muscle bike anyway. Miss the Royce I sold earlier this year.


24" bikes make great muscle bikes for todays adult. Especially with a longer crank! Will be watching when you get to work on your Columbia.:sunglasses:
 

piercer_99

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Because, Texas baby.

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Got off work early, had to mow, then went for a ride before the heavy rain gets started. Had to stop for the Lone Star photo.

Got home and cleaned up the Pierce Racer again, another coat of wax keeps it looking good. Well, two coats.
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tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
@hm. a few of us rode the same beach bike path today, watertower to Wedge and back.
I left for Balboa from FV, and met @kevin x on the SA river-trail on his way there from HB.
We met @lounging & @cyclingday at the end of the peninsula unloading their bikes.
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3 of us rode to Sunset for lunch at Woody's, which was great.
Then rode back on this beautiful day.
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I split off the trail to head home, with a stop at the vet's for the kitties.
Great double-ride of OC beaches today.
 

hm.

Wore out three sets of tires already!
@hm. a few of us rode the same beach bike path today, watertower to Wedge and back.
I left for Balboa from FV, and met @kevin x on the SA river-trail on his way there from HB.
We met @lounging & @cyclingday at the end of the peninsula unloading their bikes.
Great double-ride of OC beaches today.

Great pics as always @tripple3. I know where Im going on my next day off :cool:
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tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
I left a little later because I had no real destination; on 1940 Western Flyer, HD.
I pulled into the nursery for a pic of his 1946 Chevy pick-up.
Then jumped out on the trail headed for the beach.
I chose to ride north, to Sunset first, while it was still glassy.:cool:
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Turn and ride south, to the end of Newport, Wedge.
I remembered to look for trash; but was too late.
I picked up a napkin; the area was Clean!
The Wedge is loved by many.

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I headed north again and met some young riders, Joey and Jeffrey, riding bikes, enjoying the Ride!

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I ended up back at the tower in Sunset, and took a break.

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Back to the river-trail home for a Mint IT'S-IT.
Just over 60 miles today; great ride!
 

hm.

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Got a call from friends in the process of moving into a newly bought house here in the neighborhood. With all the fiasco of moving several cars and everything else they locked the keys in their 67 bug. They asked if I could swing by and safley open the car. So keeping it fresh I went ahead and pulled the 70 fastback down from the hooks in the garage.
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Hitting the streets 20 inch style..
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Once I got to their corner stopped for a quick pic.
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Another stop on their street to take a cool pic and a good look at this place.
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Down hill going pretty fast and rounding the corner I see the bug in the driveway..
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With a coat hangar through the top of the vent wing frame and seal I easily hooked and opened the vent wing latch.
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And after a few beers as payment I rode back home.
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Good but a short ride.. and thats about all I can or would want to do on this little 20 inch bike.
 
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