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And here's me, in my full racing attire, on my 1911 National.....
All went well until my saddle clamp disintegrated, much to several fellow riders amusement!
We bodged a repair to get home, thankfully.
Great ride, but uncomfortable at times!
Went out today on the Rochester.
Just for the fun of riding a 120 year old, brakeless 'fixie' for 10 miles down some country lanes in the winter sunshine.
Still rolls buttery, still fast, still my favourite.....
Was at the LB Swap meet Sunday and found some decent used Quick Brick brown with whitewall tires. Got a good deal so what the heck. Threw them on the ol’ Leader to see if I liked them and rode to lunch today. Nice riding tires with the higher pressure, so they stay for now
It is funny to me, when I choose to ride my bike, when the conditions say you should drive your car if you have that option.
The forecast said it was only going to be 12 to 14 mph winds from the north, north east, but I’m sure they were well over 20 mph at times; this morning on my ride up the river trail, north, north east.
The winds of darkness were strong this morning; but the light prevailed.
Last day of the decade, rode up the Rio Hondo with friends, only 10 miles from downtown LA, didn't make it to the snow but to the top of Whitter narrows dam. it was a great day for a ride!, we rode within a few feet of this hawk!
Very busy day today putting stuff away and organizing the garage but took a quick ride around the hood to test drive my new completed repainted and restored 1959 Hornet. It was a piece of junk when I got it and thought about trashing it but the wife changed my mind so it was finally completed last night.