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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazza View Post


    Simple, yet clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Kelly View Post
    Simple, yet clever.
    Inspired by Shimano, I cannot claim it as mine.
    Cheers Dazza
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    Happy birthday, Nate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zank View Post
    Happy birthday, Nate!
    Ditto...happy birthday Nate! PS - awesome bike, as always.

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    Happy birthday Nate! Not from this week, but I still think this thing is nuts.



    Garro, is that a smallmouth? Holy moly.



    That's a nice red Mike. Bike looks great.

    More elegant details and solutions from Dazza.

    Oops, I missed this nice Rosko



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    That Richard Sachs is awfully modern with those 4 arms Campy

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    Amaro - man……I dig your eye for art, you see it in everything, so cool.

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    If this bike had a velvet saddle and handlebar tape, you'd need an NC17 rating at least.



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    I love the 2015 campy crank on traditional steel


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    I love the 2015 campy crank on traditional steel

    This bike, like everything Mr. Sachs builds, is a thing of beauty, and I give it a hearty thumbs up.

    richard sachs.jpg

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    After several, several viewings of the pink Zukas I just noticed that there was DeLorean behind it.

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    I like those compositions



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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Amaro - man……I dig your eye for art, you see it in everything, so cool.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    I like those compositions
    Wow, thanks a lot about that. Sometimes I got the feeling it can get too boring to see the same process pictures over and over again, so trying to change perspectives makes it a bit more fun. So, I would say it's not art, but boredom

    And you know better than me, life is happening everytime, everywhere, even in the smallest details, we just need to keep our eyes/mind open

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaro Bikes View Post
    life is happening everytime, everywhere, even in the smallest details, we just need to keep our eyes/mind open
    ... and a way with words as well ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowPokePete View Post
    ... and a way with words as well ...

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    What's going on! too many flattering kicks together! :o

    Thanks a lot for all your nice comments, it's always good to know people like the result of so many long hours in the dark rat hole.

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