So for the lucky ones who are in Denver, where are the pics !!
I forgot my camera for day 1 but hopefully tomorrow. I did take this with my phone at the Hampsten booth. It was ridden to a win in some race in Italy like 25 years ago. The rider of the bike (Andy in case anyone didn't know) was also there, looking svelte and fit and looking like he could climb right back on this bike and take off up the Gavia at high speed again. His time was monopolized and I'm sure he gets tired of meeting endless nobodys like myself but he sure didn't look like it. Great fun was had by all. Pics later today of the bikes I really like, which are too numerous to mention but the Gaulzettis are awesome, as we all know and I really still have a crush on the Merlin Extralight which has been brought back to life in modern form. More later.
Here are some: Flickr: ElvisMerckx's Photostream
What's the bar wrap on the Ellis Strada Fango?
Are those Jack Browns (tires) on the DeSalvo, what are the brakes, and is there Ballers-approved clearance?
Was Andy's Huffy built by Land Shark?
Awesome to see so many machines set up for berserker riding, and not worrying so much about the scale.
Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate to buy shit we don't need. -- Tyler Durden
Lots of wooden bikes. Not sure I get that. But it is a novelty to look at.
Not sure about the Huffy but I've heard it is a Land Shark.
I'm going to put some up here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/indo9os206m7z03/wGq_gMc6kG