If dirty means blackish greasy mess that on one wants to touch, but is
really a good film of lube... then yes
If dirty means oxidized, loud gritty noisy, then no.
I feel I repeat my self... a clean poorly lube bike is worse than a
well lubed dirty bike...
And in a way, yes a dirty GREASY bike is better than a clean dry
freshly white lightning'd clean bike...
it also makes people less wary on group rides - I'm always a bit
cautious riding behind people who spend more time cleaning their bikes
than riding them ;)
(that's meant at humor... ;-) )
On 2/8/06, Bruce Masterson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> So a dirty greasy bike is better? Bike to Brown discussion list:
> Bike to Brown website: http://biketobrown.brown.edu/
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