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Discussion in 'Carothers Performance Knives' started by Nathan the Machinist, Jul 17, 2017.
My favorite drink is Christian Brothers Brandy & 7up. Delicious!
Seeing the Q and A in the ANAQ thread about prying, and the offer Nathan made to do a prying demonstration video on the DEK1, I had two nearly simultaneous thoughts:
- I would love to see a test-to-destruction video on the DEK1! (like was done on the OGFK.)
- There is no way in the world I would ever volunteer myself to do that testing!! (It will be impossible to destroy one and I would give out long before the knife does.)
Me too! I can barely watch a good blade being destroyed!
@Sanaria got this for me in a CountyComm order...does that make it a thimble of her love?
Bicycles? US custom made?
that's some nice chromoly!
That is a beauty!
My trusty road warrior.
Roadies.... all I can think of is Nicky Hayden. It’s a god damn shame.
Gary Helfrich taught me how to TIG weld
Can’t like the post, but I am with you on the subject.
I'm not now nor have I ever been a "Roadie "
Road riding keeps you in shape when you can't ride the trails.
I haven't had a random thought for days!
holy shit, dude! A Sachs and Moots, too...you know I'm a bike guy, right?
Wow, what a teacher and pioneer. I never met him but I did meet Tom Kellogg at the Cambridge shop in the early 90's.
A Roadie is someone who rides a road bike on the road.
Unless you are saying you ride a road bike on some kind of a stand in the off season?
Yup, I’ve known Sachs for many years. That’s a cross bike from Chester. The first one I posted was made by Peter Weigle who lives a few miles from Chester. The Moots is great, as well as the Hampsten made by Ken Eriksen (founder of Moots). There is a yellow Pegoretti in the back; the theme of the custom paint job is Freud. I used to be a big Colnago fan, but now I prefer ti frames.
I started riding competitively at fourteen or so on a Legnano. That was decades ago. Now I only ride by myself. I believe cycling is the result of a chromosomal malfunction. Either you have it or you don’t. If you do, you can’t avoid it. The design and building of frames is a fascinating world too.
Hey, sorry for the rant, brother man. But I said it, it’s a genetic malady. Cheers.
still a roadie