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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig Ryan View Post
    Hey Richard, give us a report on the Cole carbon wheels your team is riding this year? Who's using them, which model is it, are they holding up, the whole shebang.
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    here are the cliffs notes atmo -
    some of us are racing T-38s straight out of the catalog, and some of us (me...) are on a revised pair (i.e. prototype) of them that have a 23mm width
    across the top to give added bond security between the base tape and the mastik glue atmo. the default wheel of the rs 'cross team continues to be
    the T-25 tubulars that are the wheels most often seen in pictures of us racing. the goal is to make that wheel with a 22-23mm width as well for all the
    same reasons, and with hope, some of these will be a reality after the first of the year. we have two seasons on cole wheels without a broken spoke,
    a wheel needing truing, or a bike change in the pit because of the wheel atmo. righteous.

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    richard - when is the next team event?
     

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    just found this on my desktop computer. pretty cool

     

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    richard,
    just viewed pics 1-88 --- these guys are big enough to chase bears with switches ....
    we sure don't have badgers 55+ that big, bad and in condition like yo ne honey badgers...

    looking forward to the day tammy & ronnie can spectate...

    congrats for just bein in that frickin badger race.. (nothin as mean & won't quit/let go, as a fukin honey badger)

    ronnie
     

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    The points and flare ins are some of my favorite details of e-RICHIE's frames. Well done as usual.
     

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    I came across this one recently.



    Apparently the frame sat in someone's garage for the last 30(ish) years and was never built up. It's being ridding now though and that's a good thing.

    Also, Richard, I just wanted to say: Thank you.

    Conor
    Last edited by conorb; 11-24-2010 at 12:14 AM.

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    back when i was banned atmo -



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    nero used em to watch gladiator fights --- chinese judges used em to hide facial expressions when interrogating witnesses --- for babe watchin at the beach --- & richie, for brazing .....
    the full circle, they've come ...

    ronnie
     

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    pookums -- in human state.., but a "rott" of of many talents:
    he is rough & tumble, ready for anything; easy to train, if treated with respect & consistency ..

    ronnie
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    here are the cliffs notes atmo -
    some of us are racing T-38s straight out of the catalog, and some of us (me...) are on a revised pair (i.e. prototype) of them that have a 23mm width
    across the top to give added bond security between the base tape and the mastik glue atmo. the default wheel of the rs 'cross team continues to be
    the T-25 tubulars that are the wheels most often seen in pictures of us racing. the goal is to make that wheel with a 22-23mm width as well for all the
    same reasons, and with hope, some of these will be a reality after the first of the year. we have two seasons on cole wheels without a broken spoke,
    a wheel needing truing, or a bike change in the pit because of the wheel atmo. righteous.
    I'm riding on T-25 wheels that were previously raced by the team. I've put them through the ringer and they're still round and true. Never put a spoke wrench to them yet.
     

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    mined from facebook atmo -
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    mined from facebook atmo -
    "the gravel in ya gut and the spit in yo eye.." richie, how do you do ...

    ronnie
     

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    richie,
    our best for a successful/safe RS cx team national championship, riding atmo crafted team issued ...
    ole gifted poney saddle maker once commited, "i stitch my best into each and everyone i make, cause i ride my own hides.."

    ronnie
     

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    Mr. Sachs - Thanks for the lovely chainstays. They work really, really well.
     

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    last 2010 verge/UCI series weekend.
    packing now atmo -







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