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    I've been adding pics from the cross season to the flickr page. This is one of my crash test dummies. enjoy.








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    i usually dont confuse politics and bikes but this is who I am.

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    Thank you Jonathan for putting into words that many feel.

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    Well said, Jonathan. Thank you for sharing this with us.
     

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    It's been too long between updates in all places....

    Weekend reflections…. | Jonathan Greene Cycles

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    Nice tan! I crashed in Gainesville for a night the last time I drove up to North Georgia and got in a great ride before hitting the road for the rest of the trip.
     

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    Hell yeah better looking! What are tools? That's why I have you (to build me a bike) and my brother (to build it up for me). I bring the beer...but then have a hard time opening it with your thing you fashioned.

    I am in again man. You know it. Good times had by all. Cruising campus brought back so many memories. Thanks Jonathan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2bike View Post
    Hell yeah better looking! What are tools? That's why I have you (to build me a bike) and my brother (to build it up for me). I bring the beer...but then have a hard time opening it with your thing you fashioned.

    I am in again man. You know it. Good times had by all. Cruising campus brought back so many memories. Thanks Jonathan.

    Guy
    Cruising campus had me straining my nascent tandem-handling skills, quietly cursing JG while laughing out loud at the ridiculous low-speed turns we were negotiating. So much fun!

    One thing I haven't mentioned - seeing all those Jonathan Greene Cycles in one spot. The man can build a bike. And the new TIG frames look just as proper and well-crafted as the lugged frames.
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Cruising campus had me straining my nascent tandem-handling skills, quietly cursing JG while laughing out loud at the ridiculous low-speed turns we were negotiating. So much fun!

    One thing I haven't mentioned - seeing all those Jonathan Greene Cycles in one spot. The man can build a bike. And the new TIG frames look just as proper and well-crafted as the lugged frames.
    Thanks David. Weeks and weekends like we had have me realizing that I'm neither a loner or socialite. I really enjoyed being the host and look forward to doing it again.

    Ps, I knew you were cursing the sidewalk figure eights at UF. that was fun. I obviously haven't matured much since University.

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    Update time. This was a fun frame for me to build. I usually find some solitude when I build a frame so it was a nice change to document the process and think outward. This is how one of my frames are made. Enjoy.

    How a frame is made | Jonathan Greene Cycles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Update time. This was a fun frame for me to build. I usually find some solitude when I build a frame so it was a nice change to document the process and think outward. This is how one of my frames are made. Enjoy.

    How a frame is made | Jonathan Greene Cycles

    nice work!
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

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    I had a few moments to archive some thoughts about frame building and put them here.

    Sharing what I have to offer | Jonathan Greene Cycles

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    Fellow Telai-ista Todd Farr has been using his cad skills to render some tooling ideas I've been rolling around in my head. Thanks Todd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timto View Post
    Jonathan did you ever get this bad boy built up? Impressions?

    Hi Jonathan, do you have any pictures of this frame built up? Did you build any others with the same tubing and fork?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by keppler View Post
    Hi Jonathan, do you have any pictures of this frame built up? Did you build any others with the same tubing and fork?
    I built this for me so its remarkable I don't have any. I built it to see how I liked max sized tubes. For me, I ride what you may call a 53cm frame, I still prefer regular OS. I have built some larger bikes to positive reviews but I've been using the Sax Max lugset because the distribution is better and I really like the aesthetic. I also prefer the Uber sized 27mm fork blades and Sax Max crown.

    Thanks, I hope that helps.

    Jonathan

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    Look what showed up. If you've got a frame with my name on the downtube be sure to hit me up or stop by for a bottle of Nix Frix Shun. After using this stuff earlier in the year I mentioned to Josh I wanted to comp my clients a trouble free and silent chain. he made it happen.


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    A newish site post. It's simple, its sweet, just like Iced Tea should be.

    Some Ideas on Fit | Jonathan Greene Cycles

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    I need to do one of those cliche what's up posts, but I don't have the heart for being unoriginal today; maybe tomorrow. In the meantime I need to put a stake in the smoked out ground, so I offer this. Ill admit that being on the newer side of the longevity scale I've struggled with my own value and the inability to say no. I'm at the point that i mostly I do what I want and try not to be apologetic about it.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/27/op...P_SOT_20131028

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