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Good short film about bikes and cycling

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Nick Payne
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 2630
Location: Canberra, Australia

4/19/24 2:47 PM

Good short film about bikes and cycling

This is rather good short film (eight minutes) about a friend of mine who I've known for about 40 years, since he was a young bloke: . He's a rather odd person, but an excellent bike mechanic and strong cyclist. This film presents him and his ideas pretty well.

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Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 19129
Location: PDX

4/19/24 3:23 PM


But gotta say [if not for only convincing myself] I appreciate my high end stuff most. But this may come down to weight perhaps. I especially like light wheels that spin up quickly.

And in case I don't have enough high end steeds, albeit older. I have a Bianchi Specialissima CV Rim frameset inbound. I test rode a Infinito CV in 2015ish and unfinished business for me, must roll one.

Been sitting on a rim brake SR12 groupo, and just needed to fulfill some additional Italian lust beyond my Colnagos. ;)

But I swear this is the last one. ;O

Forrest/Trees, I still target that one Black Walnut tree with figure in it.

Last edited by Sparky on 4/20/24 8:11 AM; edited 1 time in total

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dan emery
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 6910
Location: Maine

4/20/24 7:21 AM

good reminder that what's important is just getting out and turning your legs in circles.

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