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MP12965

Finally riding a big boys bike
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ninolecoast

Finally riding a big boys bike

tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles

River_Trail

Look Ma, No Hands!
Some folks steal the seat off a bike, if left alone for any short period of time.
A friend's bike, who is at the beach every day.:cool:
Today, Velvet, 1935 Huffman, around the neighborhood for awhile.:)
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There is a frame for sale here https://thecabe.com/forum/threads/prewar-huffman-dayton-26-frame-with-badge-seat-post.182314/
Just-in-case someone is looking/hoping....
Awesome Rider!
Dig that crazy chainguard and all the other killer details!!
 

dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I think the elliptical thing was started or ended by Diamond Back. I had that on my MTB in the 80’s.
Missing seat for stand up riding or theft deterrent?
That elliptical thing goes way back to the 1890s I believe.
Check out the many historical examples people brought to light whilst I was researching about one that a friend has on one of his bikes:


Nothing new in the world of cycling!
 

Hammerhead

I live for the CABE
Afternoon/sunset ride around the neighborhood. Rode the new to me DX. Still need to tweak a few things, rides nice and very fast. Stay healthy,have fun and enjoy the ride.
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SKPC

I live for the CABE
Perfect conditions today for a long fast ride on the 21st Century Hawthorne Flyer. Incredible weather: Dead calm, 66 degrees, 30% humidity., nobody around. 55 mi, 3.5hrs. Out to the coast, south to the Wedge, across the harbor via the ferry, inland up the Newport Back Bay Estuary, then up San Diego Creek toward the Santa Ana mountains to my 30mile-in turnaround in Sand Canyon. Que una dia!
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tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
A great day to be out riding Classic bikes.
1934 AIRFLYTE chosen because it's awesome.
Down to the beach, to meet fellow riders, to ride.
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@lounging showed up in HB and we rode down to the Wedge in Newport for the view.
Then rode back to HB to meet @cyclingday
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Great CAT!
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Well now, anybody have a spare, 1st year Huffman crank laying around, just for the day that it finally breaks?
I'm in need of one; but it has to be a good one, that hopefully wont break.
Close to home thankfully; only pushed it about a mile.
Rides here today: '34 AIRFLYTE= 43 miles, '38 Ranger= 30 miles, 2020 JTT Cruiser= 20 miles.
Super-fun times!:D
 

tripple3

Riding Miles; Collecting Smiles
Marty is rubbing off on you Mark....:rolleyes: Crank breakers....Good thing is any spare will work until then. Let me guess: You were at 3 and 9 o'clock and standing up or you went through a compression while standing or pedaling?
You're pretty good Pete; but you should know by now, I stay seated at all times.:p
Rolling down from the sidewalk on my Green Light, watching the car wanting to make his right turn, (because drivers CAN"T be trusted), it broke in the crosswalk.
I get off my bike and am trying to pick it up, so he steers around me and ran it over.
I'm happy it didn't happen 7 minutes earlier, while riding the River-trail.:D
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Krakatoa

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
I haven't really shown this one off here yet but it's been my rider for most of November and now looks like into December! Thinking maybe a '42 model badged Shelby Traveller. It rides in a surprising sprightly fashion and does not feel heavy, probably because the fork with under-tension truss rods is very stiff. This bike and I have bonded it having carried me safely away from a vicious hot-in-pursuit canine interloper! I switch up bikes every month up until about this time when I need to assemble a new winter poop rider. I did just the minimum to get this back on the road and the NDD D is about to explode so I think it will put away soon. Too bad I have been starting to register thumbs up around town for the all over Smurf Blue hauspaint and purple vinyl cover on the Troxel!

It may very well look quite different in the spring!

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