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MoonMind

Hall of Famer
Dec 29, 2013
Switzerland
Matt
If this really was abandoned and no longer anyone's property, I'd be tempted to take an Allen key to the saddle holder ... That's a well-ridden Brooks, not any old cheapo article ...

But I guess it was stolen previously and then left behind - not something I'd touch in earnest.

M.
 

Bart J D

Veteran
Nov 11, 2019
The bike in itself was a good brand as well, Raleigh if I remember correctly.
But all the parts that could rust were rusted. The saddle would have been moldy.
I came upon this, kind of "in the middle of nowhere". There still was a lock, just not locked but not snapped either.
That's why I assumed it was dumped or forgotten :rolleyes:

If this really was abandoned and no longer anyone's property, I'd be tempted to take an Allen key to the saddle holder ... That's a well-ridden Brooks, not any old cheapo article ...

But I guess it was stolen previously and then left behind - not something I'd touch in earnest.

M.
A different kind of bicycle that hasn't moved an inch since it was made 🙂

 

tonyturley

Legend
Nov 24, 2014
Scott Depot, WV, USA
Tony
Really needed to get out of the house after a week of on-again off-again rain, quite heavy at times.
9.4 miles in a big mountainous loop around the local State Forest this morning, and home by lunch. It pays to be in the woods early. This wasn't really the composition I wanted, but the trail and the really steep drop-off right behind me forced me to compromise.

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