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03-21-2009, 02:15 AM   #1
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Dedicated to the lovers of bicycles

So it happened that in age forty years I and my family straddled bicycles, since we do not part with them . Last year I organized the club of lovers of bicycles "Sorokovnik", and I in surprise discovered that many people do it also. I suggest in this branch to show pictures in any case related to the bicycle. I think it interestingly. There is a forum in my town, where we communicate. Please write, share the impressions, it is possible in English.: Велоклуб "Сороковник" - Talks on Mark-ITT "Sorokovnik"- club of free people
Thank you who will answer all. I think very interestingly to see on pictures as people in different countries like to go for a drive on a bicycle and will rotin the life to us



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03-21-2009, 04:19 AM   #3
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Quite interesting shots here. A healthy exercise to participate together as a family.

Where did the broken wing go?
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In Australia this hour probably samyoe good time for bicycle walks? Is it popular?

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Looks like your biking club has a lot of fun. Of course many biking clubs here in New York (I am not part of any club though) Too busy chasing after my children and their sports.
Lots of great photos on your biking forum, your country is beautiful.
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О, thank you for warm words!
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Nice series and a great life long habbit for sure - I don't get the broken wing comment either ?
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For him after the back, protecting is hooked from sparks above a wheel from a bicycle. Covered = protecting from sparks above a wheel. it is a play on words . If I got it right a question. And can not I translate that it - long habbit ?

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Looks like some fun mountain biking there! Thanks for sharing.

Steve

(I will have to try and dig up some biking pictures. The K10D is a little bulky for the bike, but I have a bunch of P&S shots somewhere...)
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QuoteOriginally posted by drmartin Quote
For him after the back, protecting is hooked from sparks above a wheel from a bicycle. Covered = protecting from sparks above a wheel. it is a play on words . If I got it right a question. And can not I translate that it - long habbit ?
I think it's a 'fender' that is on his back...."protecting from [rocks] above the wheel." The translation is fine, we just have to think more figuratively. Anyway I love bikes too, so I'll add this to the thread:

Moab with Max

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Here's a project of mine (now in parts and waiting paint).


Yep, that "wing" is a "SKS Shockboard" fender designed for suspension forks. I sell this stuff for a living.
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In Australia this hour probably samyoe good time for bicycle walks? Is it popular?
Very popular. We have organised bicycle tours all over the place. This is one of the most popular: Around the Bay in a Day® 2009 Sunday 18 October - Bicycle Victoria Go for a 210km ride with 16,000 of your closest friends

I haven't done it since I bought my 200D last year, but this is an earlier snapshot. Nobody I know, but I was amused by the passenger

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Here are some bike pics--none of these bikes are mine, but they somehow make their way into my viewfinder.







Since the weather has gotten warmer, I've been making a point to get out and ride my bike more.

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I was quite tangled with an auto - translation It on a photo man which does not break fire-screens, it is my friend, cardio surgeon

ThorThum, beautiful landscape! And I and my wife surprised: a dog carries the things of bicyclist, it is well thought of! They will not suffer from obesity!
ovim, on this photo designer work and it very likes to my wife!
RichardS, my family is pleasantly surprised that so many people in Australia love bicycle rounds. And a doggy in a trailer delighted us! We such did not yet see!!
hwblanks, it interestingly! Such design of bicycles for us is not present! And this pink panther must stand on a pedestal, as a monument!

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