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    Fabulous bikes ED. I'm not surprised though after seeing the time and detail you put into your motorcycles. Getting old does kind of suck though. Especially when we get age and gravity working in unison.

    ..... could be worst.


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    '84 GS750EF (Oct 2015 BOM) '79 GS1000N (June 2007 BOM) My Flickr site http://www.flickr.com/photos/soates50/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonanzadave View Post
    There is a Gary Fisher hybrid at my local good will store for $69.

    ?????

    Any thoughts ?

    I have an old Gary Fisher Nirvana hybrid.
    Probably 15? years old that i have put many miles on. Excellent bike.
    I think all the GF bikes were built in the U.S. until he sold to Trek.
    2@ \'78 GS1000

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    I had an old Hoo Koo E Koo that I liked quite a lot.
    “We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.” ~Richard Dawkins

    1984 1150ES

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Fabulous bikes ED. I'm not surprised though after seeing the time and detail you put into your motorcycles. Getting old does kind of suck though. Especially when we get age and gravity working in unison.

    ..... could be worst.


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    Old age and treachery will beat youth and skill every time
    Originally Posted by Schweisshund I mean, sure, guns were used in some of these mass shootings, but not all of them
    1983 GS 750E
    1988 GSX 1100F


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    I guess I love anything on two wheels. I had shown a picture on another thread of my race bike so here is one of my Raleigh I bought new in 1984.Over the years I did change the seat, handlebar wrap, and added the fenders and rear rack. This shot was last summer on my way to work. I use it mainly for the rail trail with my wife and trips into town.
    1982 GS 550 L

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkroby View Post
    I guess I love anything on two wheels. I had shown a picture on another thread of my race bike so here is one of my Raleigh I bought new in 1984.Over the years I did change the seat, handlebar wrap, and added the fenders and rear rack. This shot was last summer on my way to work. I use it mainly for the rail trail with my wife and trips into town.
    Very nice bike! Never seen a circular brush pattern on a bicycle fender, very nice.
    "Only fe' collected the old way, has any value." from His Majesty O'Keefe (1954 film)

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    How tall are you, rkroby?!?!
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    1984 1150ES

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    Ha. You have a good eye. I'm 6'3. And yes, the frame is a tad too big. I've got to be careful not to jump down off the seat onto the top tube too aggressively.
    1982 GS 550 L

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    My gravel:

    Campestre.jpg
    GS1000G '81

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    any gravel grinders about?
    GS1000G '81

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