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piercer_99

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Dec 27, 2015
2,308
59
Sanger, TX
I didn't work this morning, so I mowed the yard, then took the 1929 Westfield out for a ride.

I thought I took a bunch of photos, but when I went to upload, there was only one, from when I got home.

The sunlight this morning was making the berkshire blue really pop.

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I removed the drop stand, I am going to put it on the 1918 Pierce Motorbike instead, put a Pletsher center stand on it, I really like how these work, they also save space for parking bikes closer together in the garage.
 

tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
Sep 25, 2012
8,149
56
Beach Cities, CA 92708
I left early so I could ride down the the border of Newport and Huntington Beach; PCH and the SA river mouth.
Then up to the power grid split in CM, where I park my bike, to carpool to the job.
Power and Light, certified journeyman electrician in CA. :eek:
1st pic is waning moon behind high voltage transmission lines, at the Hamilton sub-station.
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This bike sure gets dirty fast;
riding in the dirt, next to the pavement.:p
 
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Arfsaidthebee

Finally riding a big boys bike
May 14, 2013
349
Fremont, CA, United States
Took a ride out to my local spot-Quarry Lakes...
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Then rode over to the Niles District to check out the Essanay Silent Film Museum (Charlie Chaplin) but it was closed...
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Essanay Film Manufacturing Company, an early motion picture company, had a studio and back lot located in Niles from 1912–1916 at the canyon's western mouth. The canyon was featured in many early films, some by Broncho Billy and it was here that Charlie Chaplin filmed one of his most iconic movies, The Tramp. The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum has exhibits, screenings, and events remembering its heritage.

Edison Projecting Kinetoscope...
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Niles City Plaza...
At the center of the Niles District, the Niles Town Plaza revitalizes the quaint downtown by employing a railroad depot theme, which includes the newly renovated depot building, freight building, caboose, embedded railroad tracks, amphitheater, stage, seating areas, and central water feature.
A unique water feature pays tribute to the Nile's historical film role, which starred Charlie Chaplin in his early Hollywood career. Each of the spinning film roles depicts a historical aspect unique to the Niles community.
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Then I rode over to Union City for a while...
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Heading back home...
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Great day for a ride!
 

tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
Sep 25, 2012
8,149
56
Beach Cities, CA 92708
Same bike, down to Newport, then back to carpool garage.
Always having fun.:D
On my way home, a goat-head got my rear tire.
I am going to try Tru Goo as suggested; but this bike is still due for some maintenance, so I'm parking it until that's done.:(
My contractor friend came and picked me and the bike up and took me home.
I only had to push it about 1/2 mile.:)
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Blackbomber

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Aug 23, 2018
858
45
Unionville, CT
Bad news is that I broke the stem on my '32 Simmons, so I won't be able to ride it in tomorrow's Tweed Ride.

Silver lining is that a local guy who really wanted my Bianchi swapped me this clean refurbished Dunelt, plus a little pocket money :) Seems more fitting for the occasion, and I've been Brit-Curious for a while now.

I rode it to the Library to return a book, only to find I forgot a few overdue videos... Guess I'll have to go back.

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Sevenhills1952

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dec 20, 2018
717
68
US
Bad news is that I broke the stem on my '32 Simmons, so I won't be able to ride it in tomorrow's Tweed Ride.

Silver lining is that a local guy who really wanted my Bianchi swapped me this clean refurbished Dunelt, plus a little pocket money :) Seems more fitting for the occasion, and I've been Brit-Curious for a while now.

I rode it to the Library to return a book, only to find I forgot a few overdue videos... Guess I'll have to go back.

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"I rode it to the Library to return a book, only to find I forgot a few overdue videos... Guess I'll have to go back."

That was deliberate and premeditated.
I do it all the time.

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