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tryder

Wore out three sets of tires already!
May 12, 2014
770
San Anselmo, CA
Made it out for a couple hours on the '39 Flying Ace after some work related stuff and errands. Found something that's been staring me in the face for a while that I never took notice of before...... :openmouth:
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Kick ass bike. Can we please get some frontal shots? Thanks.
 

SKPC

I live for the CABE
Feb 2, 2018
1,374
62
Utah - United States
Went out long and quick today for 67 on the 21'st Century Hawthorne. I don't ride this bike all the time, but when I do it always surprises me. A few years ago I had this idea to build it. Then piece by piece it became a reality. I'm impressed every time I ride this machine, that's for sure. Glass shard punctured today but otherwise issue free. It seems to have it's own agenda, settles into a rhythm and I seem to be only a small part of the equation. The Hawthorne fits me very well....Good long ride today.
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The turnaround spot miles and miles inland...
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tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
Sep 25, 2012
7,878
Beach Cities, CA 92708
1937 Syracuse early down to the Wedge for sunrise.
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Then I rode by the water tower, to Long Beach, Cyclone Coaster monthly ride.

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So we rode to the Queen Mary today.:D

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This is where I crossed paths with Pete @SKPC with the fog rolling right behind him.
I had a great day on this 20" tall frame; Dad's Bike, 1937 Syracuse 60th Anniversary special.
It is put away, back inside the house.
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Some of the wildest stuff shows up at these monthly rides. @cyclingday 's Excelsior
 

Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Oct 30, 2018
1,112
Colorado
Is it this tire that is coming apart that you noticed?

edit: never mind, after looking at it again, I think that is the edge of the kickstand showing, not a tire bulge. mea culpa.
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No tire issue. What I found that I've ridden past is this miniature runway in the parking area at the south end of the local airport! (Place for people to hang out and watch planes take off & land.) Great spot for pics with an airplane themed bike! ;)


Kick ass bike. Can we please get some frontal shots? Thanks.
Ok. Here you go!

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Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Oct 30, 2018
1,112
Colorado
Sorry @piercer_99 , tried to include my reply earlier and got buggered. No tire issue. Just found the mini airfield w/runway and mini tower at the local airport that I've ridden past many times. Great place for pics of an aurplane theme bike! ;)
 
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dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apr 1, 2016
2,099
53
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK
yeah, talking new world antiques with someone from the old world always draws yawns and contempt
Not always contempt, although there is often a tendency for a certain level of smugness on that front from many of my compatriots. I couldn't possibly comment, and, as I've mentioned before, you guys have us trumped when it comes to epic, scenic backdrops!
That Moser looks tall?
 

bulldog1935

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Jan 21, 2013
3,865
Bulverde, TX
Not always contempt, although there is often a tendency for a certain level of smugness on that front from many of my compatriots. I couldn't possibly comment, and, as I've mentioned before, you guys have us trumped when it comes to epic, scenic backdrops!
That Moser looks tall?
Of course I was partly being facetious, Darrin, but I've known people who collect old world antiques and make fun of what we call antiques on this side of the pond.
But you do have some Great masonry.

My Moser is a 64 cm frame - fits me great - my inseam is 35"
 
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