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Old 07-01-22, 09:21 PM
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Bikes and beer

Keeping with the B&B theme, I can't believe it took this long to start a bikes and beer thread.

I'll start

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Old 07-01-22, 09:23 PM
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Wheres the bikes?? I see blokes and beers!
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Wheres the bikes?? I see blokes and beers!
Damn, this is going to be tough. Hard to find people riding bikes and drinking beer at the same time!
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Was hoping for bikes and breweries.
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Old 07-01-22, 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Damn, this is going to be tough. Hard to find people riding bikes and drinking beer at the same time!
Got'cher covered. Pretty easy if you Cino.....
P1030497 by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr
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Old 07-01-22, 09:58 PM
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....Or you make use of your handlebar bag..
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Old 07-01-22, 10:01 PM
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Actually, there was a bikes and beer thread started years ago. This was my contribution...

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I see bikes, blokes and beer here cino2021


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Old 07-01-22, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by northbend View Post
Got'cher covered. Pretty easy if you Cino.....
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I see bikes, blokes and beer here cino2021


Those pics are sooooooooooo Cino. If @Choke is sagging this year I'll make sure I get a picture of him driving his pickup and offering me a beer. Which he did maybe a dozen times a few years ago...
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I don't have a bottle cage on this bike, but I had a debit card and the brewery was open.

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we Americans need specialized things for all of our activities! "of course i'm going to ride my bike... I'm too drunk to walk!"
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One too many beers perhaps?

One of the more common beer runs I do is to ride the Iron Horse Trail up to Snoqualmie Pass for a cold one at DRUBRU at the summit.
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Sometimes, it’s nice to bookend it with a finish at Volition Brewing in North Bend.
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If any of youse local yokels would like to join me on a Brewery to Brewery (B2B) ride up to the Pass this summer, let me know! I’d be happy to set one up for you.
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Not content with matching bar tape, saddle and pedals, the next level was obviously matching our bikes to our beer
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A brown ale on the inaugural ride of the Fuji rebuild

The bike that made the ale worth it
WOW. That is a sharp looking bike.
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Old 07-02-22, 01:53 PM
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If Grammar Man were here, he could swoop in and change the conjunction to "or."

Where oh where are you, Grammar Man?
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If Grammar Man were here, he could swoop in and change the conjunction to "or."

Where oh where are you, Grammar Man?
Grammar Man?
What you've got there is a moral dilemma...
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What you've got there is a moral dilemma.
Oh, god! What have I done? If Philosopher Man were here, he could swoop in and save us from this horror!
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Oh, god! What have I done? If Philosopher Man were here, he could swoop in and save us from this horror!
I can see through your trick. You want someone to call out for

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