Red, Silver, & Blue

In Baltimore you have to show the gangs that you’re neutral, so I rock red AND blue. Well I’m kidding because I wore that red bandana for an entire week about a year ago at the Outer Banks and when I got home I hopped on my Bstone; so I just tied it around the top tube for some unknown reason and there it’s stayed. I can’t say I’ve ridden this bike much within the past year, just here and there. I feel like lately all my riding is being done for transportation or for some other purpose, I don’t ride for fun much anymore and it really sucks. The years prior to this past I rode it a lot more ‘cept in the winter I don’t take it when theres wet or salt because I don’t want to have to clean the bottom bracket and head set any more than I have to. Anyway, the bike is a 10/96 fastback seat stays and when Oliver brought it back from Japan, he sold it to Seth who built it but never rode it. I bought the frame from Seth along with the wheels because of the 110 spacing. I have really only taken pics of it one other time but that was with Matt’s Bishop and Ben’s Anchor so I really felt like I needed to do this, I know I’ve been long overdue. Photos HERE! All taken with an 85mm prime, tried to stay around f7ish…

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