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Saturday, February 23
Pics from the NAHBS

















It was about a nine hour drive from Missoula. We had loaded up 6 beater bikes for the four of us. It seemed like every time we were about to start pedaling we were trying to recruit two riders for the other two bicycles. I think we only left the spares behind one time. The show was really cool again this year. It was a little crowded. One thing at this show that makes it a little more difficult to get in and check out all of the details of each bicycles is almost everyone has a camera. It's cool though thats how the builders get their name out there to everyone over the inturdnet. There was a lot of cool shit but the highlight for me was the all the riding around Portland that we got in while we were there. It would not have been as fun without BIKES! Here are some pics please help me with the details in the comments. This was Ricks 50th birthday weekend! Happy 50th Rick!
5 Comments:
Blogger Chaybo said...
yyyyeeeesssss !!! Bout' fuckin time.

Portland was a kick ass town to hit on the bikes...super pubs, easy to navigate on bikes even though the traffic congestion was busy. Riding along the Williamette was scenic....saw a submarine parked along the banks and had a maritime expert along with us to give us the low down...thanks Louise !!

Mind if i share a couple ?

Blogger mw said...
nice pictures. looks like a great trip.

cars are overkill and should be avoided at all costs. good job!

Blogger redstone said...
count me jealous again. Look super fun, and the eye candy seems like it was incredible. rain, bikes, portland, bike show = good stuff.

Blogger debaser said...
Now that's a vacation

Blogger bdiddy said...
Sure shareing is cool thats why I posted them up.

Dave I was surprised at the lack of rain we had. It rained on the drive in and maybe light mist one other time. I think it was our gift for not being able to ride in shortselves for a few months.

I wish we could have spent more time with everyone we saw that we knew. It was cool meeting Brian and Jenny from Lincoln. I'll have to stop into BP and say Hello the next time I am home.