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  • Bike builders newsletter Nov-Dec

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    Think Positive...Pedal Positive
    ! In this issue, Joe Crennen, the creative genius behind Pedal Positive, reveals what drives his creativity, the birth of Pedalpalooza and pedal tractor pull competitions. Folks in Colorado love bikes. Read about some of the unique human powered projects Joe works on.

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    Comments 6 Comments
    1. Twinkle's Avatar
      Twinkle -
      An interesting read

      nice one

      regards emma
    1. KoolKat's Avatar
      KoolKat -
      Thanks, Emma. Hoping you'll contribute something. Enjoyed your article and pictures earlier this year. Cheers.
    1. Twinkle's Avatar
      Twinkle -
      Quote Originally Posted by KoolKat View Post
      Thanks, Emma. Hoping you'll contribute something. Enjoyed your article and pictures earlier this year. Cheers.
      Hi Kat

      lt will be after Christmas now, I will start something soon ..
      Don't forget the mini article on making mudguards from last year

      regards emma
    1. DannyC's Avatar
      DannyC -
      Hi Kat,
      Great to hear that the move out to the country is working well for you both overall. Moves like that are always brave decisions.
      Family comes first so as part of the "extended family" of all of us Zombies I think your priorities are spot on.
      Great reading this latest newsletter, I wish I had something worthy of submission to the next issue (I will work on this).

      Take care,
    1. flat's Avatar
      flat -
      Someone really needs to reach out and help you and Brad. Problem is, you've set such high standards, and shown us more than most of us could dream to achieve. I'm willing to help too, but my skills are so meager, and I'm a fledgling beginner. Emma and Danny can definitely provide some good direction. There are others too, and maybe cumulative efforts can bring the help you need. But your boots are never going to be filled.
    1. KoolKat's Avatar
      KoolKat -
      Thanks, everyone. Even just a couple of pictures and short paragraphs of something you're working on or challenges you've encountered, interesting characters you've me online/in person as a result of your hobbies, why you're into bike building, some of your projects, personal reflections, and basic human interest stuff that you post here on the forum. If there's enough content, I will commit to putting together a monthly or twice monthly newsletter.
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