So I teach and teach and most of the time don’t hear much from my students unless they have a crazy noise after our last class. Some keep in touch and return to brush up on techniques or help with new builds.
I got this lovely email the other day that I want to share with you. It made me grin from ear to ear. There’s nothing like the validation that this is indeed a DIY class and you can take the wrench into your own hands to any extent you can imagine.
Thanks to Leslie for being such a great student and inspiration. I’m not sure what’s scarier, taking on that many beater bikes or that may relatives.
Okay, I have the “bug” acheter du viagra internet. Since taking your class I have overhauled 5 bikes. All >20 years old. All in marginal condition. What fun. A few things I couldn’t do. So I took the bikes to a local shop in Hood River, Dirty Finger, and negotiated a rate for my bottom bracket repair on 2 of the bikes…. The guys up there are great….. They like my “Shimano Biopace oval triple cranks” . . . did I say that correctly?
These are old steel frame mountian bikes from a long time ago. No shocks. I converted them all to “townies” with upright bars (used) + higher-pressure tires + saddle bags (gargage sale). Nice rides at this point.
Anyway, all good fun. We had 18 family members visiting. We had 11 functional bikes for people to take out riding/cruising.
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You’re the best!
PS-I “wrench” in my barbeque apron–not as cool as yours, but I’m clean!
(If anyone’s interested, I’ve got aprons for sale withthe Gracie’s Wrench logo for $10. Drop me a line!)