My Bike in an Article

Gbrebes

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Good Evening Everyone,

My bike made it into an online motorcycle article. The “magazine” is called Rideapart, and the link is here. Besides spelling my last name wrong, the article is fairly factual.
I’m not usually one to toot my own horn, but I was pretty proud to be written about. The writer saw my bike parked on the street one night and left me a note asking to meet and possibly write an article.

Gilbert
 

MotorBicycleRacing

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Congrats Gilbert. #79
The plug for your bike at Socal Motor Bicycle Racing was a plus.
Thanks.

Good Evening Everyone,

My bike made it into an online motorcycle article. The “magazine” is called Rideapart, and the link is here. Besides spelling my last name wrong, the article is fairly factual.
I’m not usually one to toot my own horn, but I was pretty proud to be written about. The writer saw my bike parked on the street one night and left me a note asking to meet and possibly write an article.

Gilbert
 

Gbrebes

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Hey Neil,

Maybe a moderator can move this thread to General Discussion? I don’t want to double post the same thing, bad form old boy

Gilbert
 

ZipTie

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I enjoyed the well written article and photos. I can see why the writer probably stopped in his tracks with your amazing build, it's mechanical eye candy for sure.
 

Ludwig II

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"Good Evening Everyone,

My bike made it into an online motorcycle article. The “magazine” is called Rideapart, and the link is here. Besides spelling my last name wrong, the article is fairly factual.
I’m not usually one to toot my own horn, but I was pretty proud to be written about. The writer saw my bike parked on the street one night and left me a note asking to meet and possibly write an article.

Gilbert"

I'm late arriving at this party, can you give me the link as well? I'd like to share it with a wider audience.
 

Ludwig II

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I used to run slightly soft on my fronts so they pushed early but with feel. Your bike might not work the same way though.
 

RocketJ

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Wow, great work and congratz on the article. I love the front leaf spring fork. How did you manage to make that?
 

AdvenJack

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Outstanding effort on the builder's part!!! Great looks and clearly operates excellently too! Wonderful that your motorcycle was recognized by RIDEAPART!!!!!