|Dean caught me up as I was taking my first photo of the day...
|...and led me on a merry dance. Note Dean's mint condition Nishiki Tri-A, same as the one I modified for Jim.
|Life in the B-pore Ghetto, as the Popo visit our troublesome (ex-) neighbour.
|My Hillbrick makes a nice change on occasion.
|Building a nice wheel satisfies my soul.
|Nice to see my friend Glenn and his lovely Time again. Thanks for the Johnny Cash.
|The best thing about working from home is Bodhi.
|The Casati was calling for a ride.
|Nothing like the 80s elegance of a Cinelli XA stem and Campione del Mondo handlebars.
|I love my new armwarmers!
|A front whistling in from the southeast.
|The stories this old Super Record derailleur could tell.
|Trademark Casati tuning fork seatstays.
|Rebuilding an old 8-speed Record hub for my friend Jamie.
|Both hubs now rolling so smoothly it makes me happy in the way that only Campagnolo can.
|A cool pair of wheels: Miche RC2 hubs and Mavic Open Pro rims.
|My mate Dave's wicked Santa Cruz Blur TR Carbon.
|Custom Rule V headset cap.
|He's coping without a skinsuit in this awesome photo, but when you're the reigning Holeshot King you need every advantage technology can provide to keep you at the top of the dirty pile.
|Speaking of Paul, a package from him in Australia arrived out of the blue containing two slightly used Shwalbe Ultremo RS tubulars wrapped up in a Fyxo Melburn-Roobaix musette. Cheers, WO!
|The tubs went straight where they were needed, urgently replacing two venerable but perished and dangerous old tyres on my Shamals.
|I don't think the modern tyres detract too much from the look of my Bianchi TSX-UL, do you?
|And on that note, thanks for reading and cheers until next time.