Monday, September 7, 2009

What's been in the stand...

Sometimes I just don't feel like writing a blog post, so I don't. Probably should, but don't. I figure when the time is right, it will happen. The time's right.

There's actually been quite a bit of newsworthy stuff, but I'll dole it out in time. Today, I'll put up a few things that have been through the work stand. The first was a Mountain Goat Route 66 that needed a new front brake cable. The owner's dog gets the prime sitting position in the basket. This was a fun bike with some comfy town bars. It also had what may possibly be the shortest Salsa stem on record. Whatever works.

The photos below are of a wasp nest that was spun? formed? at the cross section of two spokes. It's long since hatched its occupants, but it shows if you leave your bike in one place long enough, someone will find a home or a nursery somewhere in the bike's recesses.
More to follow...

(What's playing: Chris Gaffney The Guitars of My Dead Friends)

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