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thefixedlifetumbles:

Last week we checked out @bricklanebikes private collection. They have some rad bikes! Each full of character, cobwebs, and some untouched since the day they came off the track. The first of many photo sets just hit the blog, a vintage @bianchi_official . Google The Fixed Life to check out the full photo set! 
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Photos by Zoe
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#bianchi #bricklanebikes #thefixedlife #fixedgear #vintage #trackbike
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thefixedlifetumbles:

Last week we checked out @bricklanebikes private collection. They have some rad bikes! Each full of character, cobwebs, and some untouched since the day they came off the track. The first of many photo sets just hit the blog, a vintage @bianchi_official . Google The Fixed Life to check out the full photo set!

Photos by Zoe
Feel free to share

#bianchi #bricklanebikes #thefixedlife #fixedgear #vintage #trackbike

superkeirinattack:

!!! BRILLIANT B-STONE !!!
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superkeirinattack:

!!! BRILLIANT B-STONE !!!

exercicedestyle:

Mattias Ormestad 
Canon EOS 20D
f/20
1/250th
93mm
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exercicedestyle:

Mattias Ormestad 

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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)
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f9dtkfm:

Erik’s Awol x Poler Outback Tourer (via The Radavist)

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Canon EOS 7D
f/4.5
1/160th
36mm
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chirosangaku:

ARTCRANK BRS 2014 – bicycles and art | Wideopen Magazine
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chirosangaku:

ARTCRANK BRS 2014 – bicycles and art | Wideopen Magazine

imaginegnat:

Almost set - Next week the handlebar bag gets added.
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imaginegnat:

Almost set - Next week the handlebar bag gets added.

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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
Reblogged from questcequecestqueca

Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
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Cats at War
Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.
BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”U.S. Naval Institute
Phase One H 25
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Cats at War

Historical photos of cats and kittens in war settings.  A little tenderness amongst the horror.

BTW… photograph 7 is of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor.  He is feeding the kitten with canned milk using a medical dropper.

The photo was taken in Korea in 1953. The little kitten named Miss Hap was only two weeks old. She became an orphan because of war and was rescued by Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor. He adopted the kitten after the mother cat died from the war. According to the marine, the name was derived “because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time.”

U.S. Naval Institute

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cyclofiend:

IMG_0005 by Black Mountain Cycles on Flickr.Bruce Gordon Cycles “Hecho en Petaluma”
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cyclofiend:

IMG_0005 by Black Mountain Cycles on Flickr.

Bruce Gordon Cycles “Hecho en Petaluma”

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