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    Here are photos of my new bike. Thanks Curt, and I hope you like the way I built it up. I wish I knew how to use a camera so people could appreciate the blue and the detail work on the lugs. After about 1,000 miles I can say it really handles just as we discussed. It is a magnificent bike.
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    My kind of bicycle. Curt is a champ. Congrats.

    Er, are those bottles rubbing? I'd want the water cage on the seat tube a bit higher.
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    Very nice. Is that the same one that was posted on his blog?
     

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    Wow, just perfect!
     

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    Looks very similiar to the showbike.
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    beautiful, can't wait to get mine. Very lovingly built, too.
     

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    headturner fo sure. congrats to you and curt.
     

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    asses of badness.
    shrink, terrorist, poet, president of concerned cyclists for the abolishment of bovine source bicycle parts and head of the disaffected commie dishwashers union.

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    Very very nice.
     

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    goodrich is worth the wait. woah
     

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    That's a good shade of blue and it appears so nicely constructed bike. A close up of the lug work would be nice but, I think we can confidently assume the workmanship is impeccable.
     

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    sweet set up.
    ride it well and long
     

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    OUTSTANDING. I really like seeing a simple paint scheme and classy build.

    Don't you dig seeing a BIKE a REAL bike? Boo yah. You could do anything what that rig. Enjoy it.

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    I like it, similar colour to my fixed gear.


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    The closer you get, the better it looks. It's a subtle beauty. Great job!
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    The kind of bike you don't get tired of looking at. Great classic looks, but every bit a completely modern bike. That's a great looking build from top to botttom.
     

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    Nice ride!!!

    Great wheels. Give a ride report.
     

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    Sweet ride, I like the whole setup. Mine lives in the front hall ready to go at a moments notice. Well done, post more pics here please. Curt does some amazing lug work. Thanks for sharing. Frank
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    That's almost frighteningly lovely. Very nice, me like.
     

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    That is proper in every way.
     

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