I am working on compiling as much information as possible including pics. I will try to get that up within the next day. Thanks for commenting. I really want it to go to an owner that will appreciate it. I am an avid bicycle/bicycle history lover and its a cool bike to own. Just now time for me to pass it on. Be back with more information.
I have never done any CCC rides. How far and how fast do they go? What route do they take? I ride mostly northshore routes. Im also doing the Insane Terrain Ride next month. This will be my first time doing the Swedish Days Ride. Have you done this before? What's your take on it?
Thanks! Luckily, it's one of the "best" fractures you can get. Six weeks at the most and I'll be back out there. I'm just telling myself the daily work commute along the LSP is horrible in July anyway, and I'm saving myself the hassle, haha.
Haha - no, not squeaking anymore! However, I was involved in an accident Sunday (not my fault, I think I'd be less annoyed if I had earned it) and I now have a radial head fracture. So no bike until the end of July. But I'll be back in the N.S. crit mass come August!
Devon! Holy hell you have a death wish! I take Wilson west to anywhere west of Kimball, up to Lawrence west to Elston to Central north to Devon. Not a bad way to go, certainly easier than installing my rack on my car and not as dangerous as Devon. I was just wondering about any other routes to the NBT trail.
By the way, I rarely announce if I'm passing someone either. It ain't just novice cyclists that turn and look and veer.