Building walls without mortar sounds like the potential title for my new book. Yep, I love it! Bike Zoo has some incredilbe savvy members. Just check out their profiles and photos. I LOVE bikes. I have a sort of healthy addiction. I love riding and I really love the craftsmanship. My passion is vintage steel usually from Italy. I have some beauts, and you'll see photos of some of them there. One of my favs is my red '64 Ciocc you'll see photographed in front of a fountain. I like the provenance, too. I think maybe I like the people involved as much as the bikes. I like bike shops and especially like to meet the people who piece the bikes together. I'm a Campy fanatic. Funny, though, as much as I like Italian bikes, my daily rider is my XO-1. I think Japanese craftsmanship and design is superb. However, I think the Italians have style "down". What do you ride? Join the Bike Zoo and post a Discussion about your bike. Check out Pete's bikes he mostly retrieved from dumpsters and fashioned into museum quality riders. Tim makes some of the finest riding, bullet proof bikes you'll ever see. Lex is a frame builder. He makes Villin bikes. There are people from SLO - San Luis Obispo, Portland, Seattle, Ashville, Austin, Minneapolis, and all over. Pete works for the Red Cross in Greece and plays drums in a metal band. I'm telling you, man - The Bike Zoo is a diamond.
Hi Bradford! I like your profile photo with the arch. I remember walking in various cities with an archi guide and being quizzed: "Is that Gothic or Romanesque?" I like self supporting arches. This one looks like a lancet arch and it's beautiful. Where is it? The stones make me think of Ireland. I'm glad you're enjoying Zoobird. I won't tell you too much about the weather here in Gainesville, FL.