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Everything posted by S.Brothers

  1. had not seen that... I am numb but anyway... no brazing no sting
  2. Bump dig deep and add dates... please do dig deep though
  3. hmm... I'm gonna guess $2k minimum for frame fork even if repainted. Frankly... I don't even remember any recent sales to compare it to. This is a rare frame set... I have a frame. I need the GJS freestyle forks. Probably just going to end up substituting for something else since the forks are ultra scarce. I had an offer come in for some reproductions LOL! ... naturally had to pass on that. Of course my GJS Big Tube frame didn't have Big Tube forks but then some were found... so you just never know. A hen's tooth sometimes turns up.
  4. "real deal left over seat post coins" too bad those even exist...
  5. I'm numb to this stuff now... I do hope Jeff benefits, he could use a steady residual (couldn't we all, but you know what I mean).
  6. haven't seen it... no link added to the thread.... so probably won't see it LOL
  7. I've actually talked with Dom at length about this project. I concede that while it will come as news to no one... neither myself, nor the majority of you here are big reproduction fans. LOL.... That said... Dom does good projects, and I've come to understand that often these companies must have a profit angle, or they simply can't justify the expense of supporting projects like this... and by projects "like this"., I mean this sort of deep dive, documentary style stuff that Dom Phipps does. He's the guy that did the Freestyle books, as most will recall... and those are really well done, and important documents. Anyway... point is, in order to make these things happen, and they require a tremendous amount of time and indeed, expense... I do understand how doing a bike throwback can make these things possible.
  8. Try this for JMC threads with JMC in the title of the thread: https://bmxsociety.com/search/?&q=jmc&search_and_or=or&search_in=titles
  9. good stuff... Long Beach has changed a lot. I included the BUMS Saddleback cards... would love to find more details about the Saddleback angle.
  10. S&M covid cruiser is frankly the best 29"... made in the USA blah blah blah.... , they are sick. they may be sold out, but probably making more.
  11. A sort of popular and perennial thread on the forums is a thread that posits this dilemma: "If you could only save one of your bikes, which would it be?" It's supposed to be a fun hypothetical. Well, I faced this dilemma for real this week. I thought you might be interested to see what I went with. 1 in 10 residents of the State of Oregon has been evacuated. I personally have friends who have lost it all this week. Parts of my town were evacuated, but so far our neighborhood is ok. None the less, since we are still going to work and work in a remote forrest location, we are now carrying around an evacuation kit in the car. It is comprised of a binder full of essential documents and identification. A suitcase full of a few items of clothes for various climatic situations, a box of photos from our decades in Nepal, and.... the subject of this thread: the bicycle component of this evacuation kit. So when it came down to it... I did not choose 1 bike. I chose 2. I didn't go for monetary value. I chose the OM because it is my go to daily rider and in a total societal collapse it would be comfortable transportation. I still had some room so I put the loop tail quadangle in... I've known this bike for 35 years, and my childhood friend, who owned this bike, and who happens to live 20 minutes away from me in Talent, Oregon lost his house this week in the fires. So... if I had not acquired this bike a couple years ago... it would have burned the other night. I just decided I wouldn't let it burn across town either. So... it was a mix of practicality and sentimentality that brought me to these choices. I'm not looking for feedback on what you would have saved from my collection. I'm just sharing what I did, when the hypothetical became real. The good news is... the threat seems to have diminished for us personally. All it would take is a change in wind direction though... so we'll keep the evacuation gear in the car for a few more days probably. My thoughts go out to those who lost it all, including hall of famer, John Palfreyman Jr