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Santa left me these knickers. They are made by Hector. He find used woolen slacks at thrift stores and turns them into fashionable and comfy knickers.



















I also got this book. It's a wonderful book with pictures and stories about some of the finest handbuilt bicycles ever made. They are all French and cover a period from 1910-2003 with a focus on the period of 1940-1960. If you like vintage bicycles I can highly recommend this.












What was under your tree?

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I'm glad this discussion started. =)

I got a bike rack (first triathlon next year, here we come!!), a tool kit, and a general informational cycling book. Now I need to sign up for a class so I can learn how to use said tools.
I'm going to buy myself a new helmet as I've had mine several years now...

And since we're adding the drinks that warm us up... Pernod Absinthe!!

Remember to allow additional clearance with that roof rack. Bike-vs-garage battles never have the bike come out on top.

Jasonk said:
I'm glad this discussion started. =)

I got a bike rack (first triathlon next year, here we come!!), a tool kit, and a general informational cycling book. Now I need to sign up for a class so I can learn how to use said tools.
I'm going to buy myself a new helmet as I've had mine several years now...

And since we're adding the drinks that warms us up... Pernod Absinthe!!

My girlfriend got me a better rear light & a set of Vittoria Randonneurs for the winter. Couldn't ask for more.
I got a nice new Timbuk2 messenger bag, and some lobster-claw bicycling gloves. Santa loves me.
I got a set of bicycle repair tools. 44 pieces and they look like they came from Mars. I have no idea what, about, 42 of them do. I'm looking forward to learning a lot at Bicycletutor.com.

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