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Do you know the warm progress under the stars?
Do you know we exist?
Have you forgotten the keys to the Kingdom
Have you been borne yet and are you alive?
Let's reinvent the gods, all the myths of the ages
Celebrate symbols from deep elder forests
Have you forgotten the lessons of the ancient war
We need great golden copulations

ps. i've got an apostrophe in my handle now. ain't it cool?

-J
 

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koobi au enduro

nothing too traditional for this bike. hoping to keep it glitzy and funny-looking. too bad both wheels are the same size. :rolleyes:
 

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get low & go (elmo reference)

haiku jr is getting tall and has a full head of thick hair. unlike me. looks like he got mrs. haiku's follicle genes. lucky kid.

i have a few spacers on the way, if usps will ever deliver my nashbar package. unsure if i'll use any of them, aside from one above the stem for a little extra "grip". remember too, there's no headset on this frame yet, so that adds a wee bit of stack.

with the forward seatpost, a tilted saddle, syntace streamliners in the right configuration, and summer legs, i won't have any problem getting completely comfortable in a stupid-low position on this bike. but then again, tt/tri bikes aren't really about comfort, are they? can't remember the abraham olano quote about his setup, but geez, his tt bike's bars were a good 15 inchces below the saddle. :rolleyes:
 
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