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Re: green mountains

Post by zelph » Wed Jan 02, 2008 6:30 pm

bmike wrote:now that i've gotten to know folks (at least in the virtual world) here i thought i'd post a link to my webby life...

my cycling and adventuring blog that is a bit out of date... but i'll be adding to it this winter with some hike / ski stuff.


Interesting blog bmike. Nice SUV :) There is a guy in my neighborhood that has a homemade one that has two wheels in front and one in back What does the steering mechanism look like, is it 2 cables going from the handle bars to the fork?
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Re: green mountains

Post by bmike » Wed Jan 02, 2008 6:49 pm

zelph wrote:
bmike wrote:now that i've gotten to know folks (at least in the virtual world) here i thought i'd post a link to my webby life...

my cycling and adventuring blog that is a bit out of date... but i'll be adding to it this winter with some hike / ski stuff.


Interesting blog bmike. Nice SUV :) There is a guy in my neighborhood that has a homemade one that has two wheels in front and one in back What does the steering mechanism look like, is it 2 cables going from the handle bars to the fork?


thanks. the bakfiets has a steering linkage that runs from the bottom of the steering mast to the front fork. very nicely done. the dutch have been perfecting this thing for a long long time. i've adapted ours a bit to our terrain (not flat here) by changing out the gearing a bit. been able to move 100+ pounds of dog, cat, and people food 10 miles.

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Re: green mountains

Post by bmike » Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:13 pm

1-28-08
Our little one arrived.
Amazing!
7 lbs 10 oz
The most beautiful little girl.

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Re: green mountains

Post by oops56 » Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:29 pm

bmike wrote:1-28-08
Our little one arrived.
Amazing!
7 lbs 10 oz
The most beautiful little girl.

I cant spell that word but great now don't teach her to early to ride a bike :lol: :lol:
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Re: green mountains

Post by Ridgerunner » Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:27 pm

1-28-08
Our little one arrived.
Amazing!
7 lbs 10 oz
The most beautiful little girl.


Congrats bmike ! Enjoy the early years----very special time !! ;)
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Re: green mountains

Post by zelph » Thu Jan 31, 2008 6:36 pm

I'm glad your first was a girl!!!!!!!

Little boys are a pain in the bazoo!!!! :D

Children are fun until they get to an age when they know everything (13) :mrgreen:
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Re: green mountains

Post by Mags » Thu Jan 31, 2008 6:42 pm

Many congrats!
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