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    Hello "rocking"-KnottedYet
    since we speak of steel... what is that golden lugged beauty in your avatar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TxDoc View Post
    Hello "rocking"-KnottedYet
    since we speak of steel... what is that golden lugged beauty in your avatar?
    That is the INCREDIBLY sexy 15 year-old lugged steel Waterford cyclocross bike I bought from Limewave right here on TE.

    That bike deeply changed my life. (thank you thank you a million thank yous, dear Limewave!)
    "If Americans want to live the American Dream, they should go to Denmark." - Richard Wilkinson

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnottedYet View Post
    That is the INCREDIBLY sexy 15 year-old lugged steel Waterford cyclocross bike I bought from Limewave right here on TE.

    That bike deeply changed my life. (thank you thank you a million thank yous, dear Limewave!)
    ...may I dare ask for a full picture? I like steel
    E.'s website: www.earchphoto.com

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    Here's the first glimpse I had of Her Loveliness: http://forums.teamestrogen.com/showp...09&postcount=1
    "If Americans want to live the American Dream, they should go to Denmark." - Richard Wilkinson

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    She looks much better now, purple bar tape, and a Brooks
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    So, have you seen the sweet steel bike that I passed on? It is up in the general forum under, "shout out to kacie tri-ing." She made it look SO much prettier than I did!
    Slow and steady (like a train!)

    http://kacietri-ing.blogspot.com/

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    mmmm..... my buttery custom TIG-welded steel Luna.
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    very nice!

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    that is one beautiful bike. i *love* the buttery yellow. that was my original color choice for the sweetpea, but i opted for vanilla shake instead. but there are days when i really wish i'd gone with buttery yellow. it'd be like a little bit of sunshine everyday

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    Beautiful bike, she is so cheerful with that lovely butter yellow color! Nice that you have enough seatpost showing to use that bag

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    I've loved Lisa's bike since she first had it built. The color is great, and I especially love the little bee on her top tube!
    Emily

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    Hey thanks, all. you are too kind! I really cherish my Luna.
    My Rivendell is great too, but the Luna fits me better for anything longer than 15 miles. I keep a rack on the Rivendell now, more for errand stuff. I don't imagine I'll ever need more than my two wonderful and dependable steel bikes.
    Here's my Rivendell Rambouillet with a rack and two grocery panniers, but usually now I just have the rack without panniers on it:
    Last edited by BleeckerSt_Girl; 10-22-2010 at 06:42 PM.
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    They are beauties Lisa!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek420 View Post
    She looks much better now, purple bar tape, and a Brooks
    Then we need to see a new picture...
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    Someone asked about being improper for not posting a photo of my "vintage RB-1". Finally got around to it. Yes its bit neglected and abused on the trainer but it still rides well out on the street. Yes the front wheel and rear is different. And the stem is too long but that's all I had for a gooseneck in my box of goodies when I was trying to fit it to me... The other one I have is way too short and I really hated it. so I make do with too long of a gooseneck. It needs to be about 15mm shorter.
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