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The bicycle above is a 1985 Dyno Coaster brought from San Francisco 1999, a funny bone for cruising around home.

Some more external bones for the journeys told on this blog are these in historical order:

1981 MIYATA 750SR # too small after one year • 1982 KOGA MIYATA Flyer # Shimano 105 Arrow •• 1989 KOGA MIYATA Road Winner # Ultegra •• 1997 SOMEC Antares # custom frame with Dedaccai Zero Tubes build with Dura Ace Brakes, Record DriveTrain & Hubs, Mavic Rims 32 Spokes 2x fw 4x rw  •• 2000 STORCK Scenario Pro power coated # Campa Record with Nucleon tubulars •• 2003 KOGA MIYATA Full Pro frame # warranty replacement for the Road Winner  •• 2009 Cervélo Soloist Carbon # Dura Ace, FSA & 3T fork •• 2015 Cervélo S5 # Dura Ace, Rotor & HED Jet6 wheels •• all bones are moved with muscles

Some other notes:

The author has lot lot of fun writing in a foreign language & is not native english speaking. He is living in the Kurpfalz, the region riding on two wheels was invented by this man in 1817 .. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Drais

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