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2017/07/03 05:00:29 (permalink)

Do you have a name for your bike?

I found mine on a ride yesterday.
The Cape Cod Beach Chair.

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Larry

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Surly Moonlander fat bike
Santa Cruz Tallboy carbon 29er
Bassyak (for stripers and blues)
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    Doc Dan
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/03 06:57:54 (permalink)
    The Ti
    The blue one
    The other blue one
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    thosemeggisons
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/05 07:54:57 (permalink)
    My "contraption",,,,,    
     
    But, man,,, If could only teach her to cook,,,,dreams

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    bentcyclist
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/05 10:02:03 (permalink)
    The only bike I ever named is my Bella off-roader.

    REDZILLA!!!

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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/05 12:57:45 (permalink)
    I have not given it much thought.  I ride a Corsa to work and the CA2 for my road rides. Black and blue would be appropriate

    Gary G. Berg
    2010 Strada (Frame, fork & B-pivot sold)
    ???? Corsa (1 inch steerer with components from my Strada)
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    tojesky
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/05 14:16:26 (permalink)
    Bike

    UMCA member
    2013 CA2.0 - 700c
    2006 Corsa  (Sold July, 2013)
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    No_10
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/06 08:06:17 (permalink)
    10
     
     
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    jkeenan7
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/06 16:07:06 (permalink)
    Not really, but a friend who has a Carbon Basso said her paint color reminded her of a metallic dreamsicle.   If I was to name my Carbon Basso I'd steal that name: The Metallic Dreamsicle!!!   :)

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    JP
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/13 11:24:04 (permalink)
    It only seemed natural to me to call it "Red Bacchetta" (2009 Strada) after the RUSH song, "Red Barchetta."  Or maybe I should just call it Red Barchetta, but I don't think that gives enough credit to Bacchetta for this wonderful bike. :)  
     
    From Wikipedia:
    The song's lyrics tell a story set in a future in which many classes of vehicles have been prohibited by "the Motor Law". The narrator's uncle has kept one of these now-illegal vehicles (the titular red barchetta sports car) in pristine condition for some "fifty-odd years" and keeps it hidden at his secret country home (previously a farm before the enactment of the aforementioned Motor Law). Every Sunday, the narrator sneaks out to this location and goes for a drive in the countryside. During one such drive, he encounters a "gleaming alloy air car" that begins to chase him along the roads. A second such vehicle soon joins the pursuit, which continues until the narrator drives across a one-lane bridge that is too narrow for the air cars. The song ends with the narrator returning safely to his uncle's farm. 
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/13 15:20:12 (permalink)
    My MINION! Corsa SS.

    Eddie Acosta
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    Hootonsrus
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/13 15:30:48 (permalink)
    Ole Blue - current CA2
    chitty - Catrike 700
    Ludicrous - Rans Rifle - 1st high racer
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/13 16:36:59 (permalink)
    Grande Banana.

    If I am not about to puke climbing with it. Then the names are less complimentary. Not the bike's issue but rather the engine.
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    Re: Do you have a name for your bike? 2017/07/23 05:47:05 (permalink)
    DF friends I ride with just call it "Fast".
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