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2010 Surly Pacer 58 CM frameset - SOLD
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My well-loved Surly Pacer frameset is for sale.  Frame is in good shape; paint reflects my belief that a bike that looks well-used rather than pristine is a much less appealing target for thieves.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Yasmeen Jun 24, 2016.

Hector Avalos’ Family Needs Your Help on Thursday, August 20, 2015
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Chainlink event here.You’ve likely heard the tragic story of Hector Avalos,…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Kastigar Aug 22, 2015.

Finally! (606 construction progress)
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I first became aware of the efforts to covert the Bloomingdale Line to the 606 around 2008.  Since then, I've become increasingly excited as it approached being a completed, usable R2T conversion and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anne Alt May 5, 2014.

WTB - 54cm single speed (working, complete bike w/ brakes)
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My wife recently got a new gig and will have to head out to Lake Forest via Metra once a week.  She needs a beater-ish bike that she won't sweat leaving locked up at a Metra station on those days…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew May 16, 2013.


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At 9:10am on July 10, 2012, Anne Alt said…

Feel free to join us at tonight's CCC meeting at Quenchers - presentation by Ben Helphand on the Bloomingdale Trail.

At 9:26am on July 6, 2012, Anne Alt said…

If you look for our group along the east side of Longwood near 105th Pl, I know we'll have at least one person who's going back to Logan Square after the race.

At 9:25am on July 6, 2012, Anne Alt said…

Bike racing, Rainbow Cone and good beer (Sierra Nevada and Argus) - a fine combination!

At 9:03am on July 6, 2012, Anne Alt said…

Not a problem.  If you want a Top Notch stop, one option is to go up the hill on 91st, hang a left on Winchester, a right on 92nd St and left on Hamilton to 95th, then Top Notch is on your left.  Of course, a little detour to Rainbow Cone is easy from there, too - 92nd Pl west from Leavitt to Western.

At 7:46am on July 6, 2012, Anne Alt said…

Logan Sq to Beverly? - something like this: California to Chicago to Sacramento to Warren to California to 47th to Damen to 87th.  Cross 87th and follow Major Taylor Trail to 91st.  Choose your route from there (91st St. Metra station) depending on your destination in Beverly.

Pavement conditions on most of the route should be decent.  It's rideable in daytime, but sections of it are VERY dicey at night.

At 5:25pm on August 25, 2011, John Greenfield said…
Just send it directly to the Creater Chicago Food Depository. Thanks!

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