Transporting myself by Dutch bike #2, N+1

Kidding, kinda* and pun-fully... Peace out.

*Dutch-esque anyway.

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Comment by Bill Parker on August 25, 2012 at 9:58pm
So is that bike n+1 or baby n+1 , careful not to get confused?
Comment by baa baa on August 26, 2012 at 10:55am

Good setup, no situp, no wait again setup. I guess with all the mythical properties that situpbikes have, you rode home via (up) the unrideable Lower Beach Street?

BTW nice heavy metal salute, my kids still cannot get it right and both are now in double digit age groups.

Comment by Si on August 26, 2012 at 11:39am

@Bill Parker - just bike n+1. Actually, it is really bike N+0.5 as I am sharing it with the missus.

@Baa Baa - Nah, I put it on the roof rack :). We were going to North Harbour for a cousins birthday and picked up the bike from Manly Cycles (actually a good bike shop for this kind of stuff) on the way. Was easier to drop me off and ride it up there than try and find parking in Manly where we could put the bike on a roof rack. I might be able to ride up there on that bike though, gearing is 42/32/22 14-34. Made it up Griffin Rd with bubba on board in 32/34 with no worries, quite a bit of lower gears left :). Glad we did not go the "vintage" bike route though, 42/28 would not have been anywhere near low enough.

Rock on.


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