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Good man! :D I was a friend of Nick's as well. Glad to see his wrench-fist floating around still, even happier that those using it know who it belonged to!
Hi! I noticed your avatar and was wondering if you knew where it came from?
Doug, thought I'd point you to a blog post about the build you helped me with this summer. Thanks for the help and advice!
Sorry to hear about the unemployment. Hope that changes quickly.
thanks, tip appreciated, reflectors nabbed.
Hi, DUG! We mentioned this at your urban cycling class, remember? I didn't know it does apply to bicyclists, not only to motor bikes:
RUN A RED LIGHT, BIKERS? YOU'RE OK Motorcycles and bicycles, often not heavy enough to trigger sensors that switch traffic lights from red to green, will now be allowed to legally pass through that light after waiting two minutes. Previously, the riders would have had to wait for another vehicle to arrive at the traffic light to set off the sensor, as WJBC reports. The measure was sponsored by State Rep. Dan Beiser (D-Alton).
Its a pretty cool bike. Needs to be gone over and lubed, adjusted, etc.
Has great paint and decals. Spring is tight on rack. Super cool Miller generator set. Its a real timepiece.
I'm in Wilmette. give me a call if you want to pick it up.
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