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    March Photos, Spring Arrived?!? Share your photos here.

    March had it all. Snow, heat and baseball!

    And a whole lot of outdoor!
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    these are better than i was expecting, and my expectations were already rather high.

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    March was fun. I even lent the mayor my bike.
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    “You can't control the wind, but you can adjust your sails.” – Albert Einstein

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    green at last.
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    Lugged Steel Treks

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    Nevadu Pichu...

    Or was it CorcoNevado?
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    Hey Rodar, you made it up to V.C.! Was that the day I saw you heading south?

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    The Mayor looks like he came down a little too hard on your saddle .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgetop
    Hey Rodar, you made it up to V.C.! Was that the day I saw you heading south?
    Same trip, next day. I spent the night near Stagecoach.
    BTW- the day you made your VC loop I had been playing tour guide to out of town friends on their first visit to the US. We made almost the same loop as you, except under internal cumbustion and without the Galena leg. Must have been later in the day because we were still eating in Carson when the wind came up.

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    I got a lot of riding done for March.
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    The Dry Side of the Pac NW

    A rather large Sage brush

    Interesting curves

    The CX-1 sees it's second spring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnarly 928
    ...The CX-1 sees it's second spring
    Nice looking 'nag.
    Quote Originally Posted by the_dude
    these are better than i was expecting, and my expectations were already rather high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB1
    Nice looking 'nag.
    Thanks...but..

    It's not a "real" Colnago...it was not totally made in Italy. And, it is sloped geometry and only has lugs on the rear....All things that the Colnago Fanatics say exclude it from being the Master's true work. However, it DOES get me up the road really well. I noticed some of the BBox team Colnago sponsored pros choose these CX-1s over "real" Colnagos, too.

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    If it says Colnago then it's a real Colnago. The company may have changed its manufacturing procedures, and may have out sourced some things, but it's still a nag.
    Before you criticize someone walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them you'll be a mile away & you'll have their shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Versatile
    If it says Colnago then it's a real Colnago. The company may have changed its manufacturing procedures, and may have out sourced some things, but it's still a nag.
    I'd hit it.
    “You can't control the wind, but you can adjust your sails.” – Albert Einstein

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    March was good.
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    Wait a minute--I did shoot some pics in March.

    On another forum there was a thread about the spring classics and riding the Belgian cobbles. They thought the whole thing looked better in sepia.

    I thought, Hell, I ride the pavé every day. And, I can do sepia. So I took the Kodak to work with me and brought these home.


    In the three-seasons, I cut through the cemetery on the way to work. From this entrance, I can go left…


    …to climb this short 12%er, or I can go right…


    …to climb this longer 10% grade.

    It's a hundred to 150 yards at best--just a taste--but climbing on those cobbles is a lot rougher than asphalt, or even dirt. I can't imagine racing up them.

    And the descents are brutal.

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    Nothing like cemeteries around my neck of the woods. I like it.

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    ooh, I'd like to ride those...
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    Fat tire Fred....you are the bike god of the universe and unless someone agrees with your reasoning they are just plain stupid

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