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BOBs;
I'm a former BOB member, sadly too busy in life right now to keep up a
membership (or to ride a bike, for that matter) but I'd like to point

[BOB] Brooks Out of Business

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Sep 21 2000 01:40P to Internet-BOB

What's all this on the Rivendell page?
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Hmmm. Lemee think on that.
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Perhaps a [BOB-PHILOSOPHY] list would do the trick? Can phred.org
support a second such list?
I could start a topica.com list if that wasn't the case....
I'm 6'3". Is there a sports car for us big guys?
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As he asks for a ride to the mechanic's shop?
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FWIW: A downtube shifter front/rear STI combo was all the rage at
yesterday's Elgin Classic criterium here in Ottawa.
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Pigeons.
My old neighbor raised pigeons in a coop. Damn things would make
that noise all night. Plus, she would release them during the
Same here. Then I started carrying a cotton duck musette for
my cellphone, my wallet, my palm pilot, my pager, my change
(Canadian change, sigh).

[BOB] Too big or too small?

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 18 2000 07:11A to Internet-BOB

I've got a number of bikes, including a 59 cm Marinoni with an
extra-long seatpost and a 25" Peugeot PX-10 with the proverbial
3" showing.
It's probably old queued messages.
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Yeah. A Cornell chemist saw the one colour photograph of the accident
and went "Wait a minute! That's not hydrogen, that's magnesium!"
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Physicists and chemists now believe that the H2 was not the safety
problem in the Hindenburg. In a recent edition of Science, a team
of chemists and physicists studied the accident carefully, and
Oxygen is extracted from around us.
Hydrogen is collected either from splitting water through
electrolysis or through osmosis collection, basically blowing
http://www.manhattanscientifics.com/novars/index.htm
Wonders never cease.
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[BOB] Geek bike! Geek bike!

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 17 2000 11:15A to Internet-BOB

http://www.cnn.com/2000/NATURE/07/03/fuel.cell.bike.enn/index.html
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They're also good for looking for bodywork done on used cars.
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Try doing the col de Galibier on a tandem with a one-legged rider.
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Re: [BOB] ToF web sites

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 14 2000 10:40A to Internet-BOB

http://www.bike.com/features/special/main/feature_articles/rob/2000-7-12_a.h
It's two frames made into a trike by a guy here named Mike Plummer,
who makes all sorts of weird things for handicapped riders.

Re: [BOB] ToF web sites

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 14 2000 06:12A to Internet-BOB

Hey! I know them! They're from Ottawa!
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32's are really fine for a comfy ride. I use 32mm Ritchey tires on my
fixer,
at reasonably low pressure. My fixer is my commuter, and our roads here
http://www.sjscycles.com/audax.html
Interesting that what they say about audax bikes is what Riv has been
saying for years. And they build them in a manner very similar to

Re: [BOB] new bike

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 6 2000 12:21P to Internet-BOB

Is there an on-line site to see such hammered fenders?
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[BOB] Walter Matthau

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posted by Michael Slavitch on Jul 6 2000 12:04P to Internet-BOB

John Quigley writes:
> Not bike related but... We have lost a great actor: Walter Matthau
> 1920-2000.
 
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