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Brentwood, Tennessee
Club Affiliations: Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society
Carrollton Cycling Club
Harpeth Bicycle Club
Nolensville Cycling Club
Murfreesboro Bicycle Club
Member Since: June 2005 5 Year Distance Chart
2020 Miles Traveled: 0
2020 Rank: currently unranked
Lifetime Odometer: 35,421 miles

Just a bike junkie that loves to ride, especially with friends. 
click to enlarge 2010 Co-Motion Speedster
Tandem Road bike
Description:  Custom designed, custom painted, lateral-less Speedster with Gates Carbon Drive timing belt, Wound Up carbon fork, Rolf Prima Tandem wheels, carbon cranks, Deore XT rear derailleur, and a SRAM XX 11x36 cassette. 28.96 lbs out of the box, and all the comfort of steel.

Lifetime Odometer: 3,659.6 miles

700 x 25C Continental Gatorskin, front, 3,636 miles
700 x 28C Continental Gator Skin, rear, 3,660 miles
SRAM  10 speed, 3,660 miles
generic Gates Carbon Belt Drive single speed, 3,660 miles

click to enlarge 2005 Moots VaMoots SL
Road bike
Description:  Campy Record, AC350 Wheels, Deda Stem and Handlebar, Speedplay Zero Ti Pedals -- 15.2 excluding pedals. 15.7 lbs including pedals. 16.0 lbs including pedals, computer mount, cages, cadence/speed sensor, magnet, and seat-bag mount.

Lifetime Odometer: 14,848.3 miles

700 x 23C Continental Continental GP4000, front, 12,648 miles
700 x 23C Continental GP 4000, rear, 8,652 miles
Campagnolo Record Ultra Narrow 10 speed, 7,753 miles

click to enlarge 2004 Colnago C50
Road bike
Description:  Full Campy Record, Campy Eurus wheels, Deda stem and handlebar, Speedplay Zero Ti pedals. My dream bike. 15.9 lbs without pedals. 16.4 lbs with pedals. 16.7 lbs including pedals, computer mount, cages, cadence/speed sensor, magnet, and seat-bag mount. Recently upgraded with carbon Record UT crankset (not pictured)

Lifetime Odometer: 11,289.6 miles

700 x 23C Continental GP3000, front, 7,590 miles
700 x 23C Continental GP 4000, rear, 1,856 miles
Campagnolo C10 Ultra Narrow 10 speed, 3,916 miles

click to enlarge 2003 Bianchi Giro
Road bike
Description:  My new (as of 12/07) winter/rain road bike. Aluminum frame with carbon stays and fork, Campy Record Triple drivetrain, Chorus brakes, Deda Newton stem and bars, American Classic Sprint 350 wheels, Easton Carbon seatpost, Terry Fly saddle, and Speedplay Zero pedals. 17.65 pounds incl. pedals and cages. Most components came from my Colnago, which will receive upgrades.

Lifetime Odometer: 4,603.9 miles

700 x 23C Continental Gator Skin, front, 5,689 miles
700 x 23C Continental Gator Skin, rear, 5,689 miles
Campagnolo Record Ultra 10 speed, 6,872 miles

click to enlarge 2000 Cannondale F800
Hardtail XC Mountain bike
Description:  Blue/yellow Volvo Team edition. Deore XT/LX drivetrain. Most comfortable bike I've ever owned.

Lifetime Odometer: 41.5 miles

click to enlarge 1995 Cannondale T700
Touring Road bike
Description:  Heavy, but rock solid touring bike. Medium metalic blue, various Shimano components. Now used for 1 self-supported 3-4 day tour per year, plus towing the kids around in a Burley Duet.

Lifetime Odometer: 54.0 miles

click to enlarge 1991 Trek 990
XC Mountain bike
Description:  Orange/Black, full Deore XT. Top of the line steel Trek of its time. Survived a 70mph failure of a Yakima roof rack mount. Now a commuter bike.

click to enlarge 1988 Trek 1200
Road bike
Description:  Trek's top-of-the-line frame from 1988, fitted with Shimano 105 components. The aluminum tubing must be made of solid bars... 23.5 lbs, even after some significant upgrades that made the bike useable as my winter bike.

Lifetime Odometer: 1,589.7 miles

700 x 23C Continental GP 3000, front, 3,470 miles
700 x 23C Continental GP3000, rear, 4,208 miles
Shimano  7 speed, 526 miles

click to enlarge 1986 Panasonic DX-2000
Road bike
Description:  (In memorium) My first nice bike. A great, lightweight Tange cromoly frame, Shimano components. A sweet ride until the bike and I were crushed by a van going 60mph. The bike was folded in half, and the EMS unit that witnessed the crash said they thought they were just going to be picking up my pieces. Had to drop out of college for a semester due to various injuries -- hairline pelvis fracture, puncture wounds, and internal injuries that kept me in pain and in doctors offices for months. Injuries to pancreas and liver resulted in chemical imbalance in blood which lead to other nasty side effects. Pain in abdomen was significant for many months and still noticable years later, but gone by the mid 90's. Hip pain reoccurred sporadically until 2006, when it disappeared.

Lifetime Odometer: 0.0 miles

Co-Motion Periscope Triple
Road bike
Description:  James and Brenda's green speed machine

Lifetime Odometer: 71.1 miles
No planned events for 2020

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