Is that a Dauntless on the wall?
Kind of puts a different spin on the Ohio State bands honor/tradition of “dotting the ‘I’ in script Ohio”.
NFW that doesn’t at least have tilt.
Yeah, but you’ve got civil engineers to solve the problems that stem from low elevation.
If the 2nd one was full sized, it was getting printed and posted next to the government mandated safety posters.
I’ve never seen it in print anywhere, but I’ve had numerous major carriers (NWide, SFarm, Erie, Allstate, USAA, Geico, Farmers, etc) go by it.
I don’t have a link to the statute, but I’ve been writing estimates and managing collision repair shops in VA for close to 15 years, and it's something that comes into play monthly for me.
VA salvage law 75% only applies if under 10 years of age, or worth more than $10,000.
Spot on, pretty much. 2011 at a UC Davis Occupy protest.
I don't mind pedaling up a few thousand feet for a good day, but its hard to beat getting 20k+ feet of descending in an afternoon, with no backpack, and unlimited cold beer and food directly at the bottom.
Thanks, I'm loving it so far and looking forward to more!
I just put a clearance sale OneUp on my other bike and have enjoyed its adjustability/reliability and price ($150ish if they’re still available).
Forks actually aren't terrible to do a lower service on, price and difficulty wise. YouTube has a couple decent instructional vids, even one Fox put out themselves.
+1 can of Copenhagen
Seems there was some ironic foreshadowing in the "#builttopark" sticker...
“Laugh now you little shits, my generation is destroying the planet before we hand it off to you!"
Natural selection in action.
Flat pedals win medals.
Not sure if you’ve ever looked at Dennis Carpenter before, but they’re a good source for vintage Ford stuff (they’ve provided most of what I needed for early 60's F series resto’s, and I’m pretty sure RamblinRover has bought from them as well).