I had a pretty unusual, for me, day, today. I never even got on a bicycle, but I still went everywhere I went via two wheels.
I got up and jumped on the Trident, first thing this morning, and met Randy at his house. He jumped on his Moto Guzzi Griso, and we putt-putted over to Common Grounds for coffee and bagels. Then, we jumped on the cycles and made our way to the Stock Show Complex for The Denver Modernism Show.
I did pick up a vintage R. Crumb comic (Home Grown Funnies Vol. 1 No. 1, Fifth Printing 1972), a dvd about hot rod clubs and surf music in Denver through the past 60 years (Gears Grease and Guitars), and a couple of other small things. There was a lot of cool stuff there, and we looked at all of it.
After the show, Randy headed to his house, and I to mine. Once home, I ate some lunch and worked on some guitars. I have a lot of projects going, as usual. Nothing got completed, but progress was made.
Later, I took a ride on the 450, just to charge the battery and keep the gas flowing through the carbs.
Ten minutes after I got home on the 450, and took the picture just above, this happened:
I did finish the day off working on a push-bike (new bell on the commuter, to replace the one which broke), so I at least touched a bicycle, today!