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Brian Hays

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Brian Hays last won the day on January 12

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  1. Great thread to bring back!! The PK I posted on page two is long gone but I have had this RA7 since Christmas Eve of 2012 when a bunch of members here surprised me with it. It is one of a handful I will always have. Truly miss the old days and crew that were here.
  2. Sweet Jesus. Put it on Ebay with a dollar starting bid and watch what happens. If it was original finish, I would be all over it.
  3. Glad to hear. No one keeps anything anymore.
  4. Wife got me the Sprintblock as a surprise too. https://www.sprintblock.com/
  5. Ya, the track is great and well kept. It is owned by the park district so as long as it's dry, the gates are open and anyone can ride. She definitely IS a keeper. She wanted a practice gate for Christmas so I got her one. We spent yesterday cleaning out the front room of the shop (tore out a sink and countertop to put the treadmill and race bikes in so we would have room for the manual machine and practice gate in the back of the shop.
  6. Got the GHP torn down, cleaned, greased and assembled with new tires. We had a great 45 degree sunny day on Sat and went to the track to take advantage and figured we would be alone but there were quite a few guys there with their kids. Got to meet and talk to two guys we have been watching all year in the 45-50 class that we will be riding with. Had great convo and they both wanted to take a lap on our Chase bikes and damn those guys make our stuff fast. Had a good time. One guy had his 8 yr old with him and he asked his dad " Do you think that old lady will race me?" Dad turned 3 shades of red and said "ask her but don't repeat what you said". We were already laughing. Of course she ran him and let him win but it was a good time.
  7. Link no longer works. Glad I copied it. $450 for a fake seat post. Unreal.
  8. Here is the pics and description. Details HERE IS THE DEAL. A FRIEND OF MINE KNOWS THE GUY THAT BOUGHT ALL THE LEFT OVER MATERIALS FROM WHEN JIM PASSED AWAY. I WAS ABLE TO GET SOME “REAL DEAL ORIGINAL LEFT OVER SEAT POST COINS.” EARLIER THIS YEAR I HAD SOMEONE GET SOME QUALITY SEAT POST TUBING. I HAD THE CAPS PROFESSIONALLY WELDED AND I HAD THEM PROFESSIONALLY CHROMED. THEY ARE IMMACULATE. I HAVE A COUPLE TO SHARE WITH THOSE THAT NEED THEM IN 12” and 9” TO FINISH OFF A BUILD. THIS IS FOR A 12” YOU WILL RECEIVE THE EXACT POST AS SHOWN. I PUT ONE ON MY 81’ JMC LONG IT LOOKS AWESOME AND I GOT LUCKY WHEN I PUT MY ELANA SEAT ON IT. I CAN LOOK THROUGH THE HOLE ON THE TOP OF THE ELANA SEAT AND SEE THE JMC LOGO THROUGH IT. THIS IS FOR ONE 12’ SEAT POST THE EXACT ONE PICTURED ONLY. I SHOWED MY BIKE SO YOU CAN SEE HOW THE LOGO IS VISABLE THROUGH THE TOP OF MY ELANA SEAT. I GUARANTEE THE STAMP COIN IS ORIGINAL JMC MADE. THE REST OF COURSE I HAD PURCHASED TO COMPLETE THE POST. I LISTED THE MANUFACTURER AS UNKNOWN AND TRIED TO EXPLAIN THE BEST I COULD. THANKS
  9. Very cool. My wife asked me last night how he got his nickname so now I know.
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