The Metro staffers who rode on the car to call stops and keep the mood festive and lively seemed excited that things were going so well (as well as the opportunity to work away from the office).The mood was upbeat and positive, and no one caused any trouble.19811981 700 MX-II 4130 frame & down tube decals, Vbars & Redline stem. As in the earlier years no decal Identifying the bikes as 600 or 700 etc is on the bike yet. Mostly black with some grey & red Redline written several times.1984 700 P - 4130 Proline frame, same frame that the Carerra comes with. RA 04320 - 1982 Redline MX (Made in Japan, Redline Hotdog stamp)RB XXXX - 1982 Redline MX-IIRB 01382 - 1984 Redline 102b (May possibly be a 82 or 83) (Redline Hotdog stamp)RB 01693 - 1982 Proline II (has No gusset behind seat, CS bridge)RC 01878 - Unknown Year, (maybe 600a) MX-II or III (Redline Oval stamp)RC 06430 - 1984 Redline 600b RC 07870 - 1984 Redline MX-III(ST-20), (has gusset behind seat, Redline Oval stamp)RC 07631 - 1984 Redline 600b (Redline Oval stamp)RC 09325 - 1984 Redline Proline (Redline Oval stamp, CS bridge)RC 09858 - Unknown Year, Redline Proline (has NO gusset behind seat, Redline Oval stamp, CS bridge)RC 13645 - 1984 Redline 700p RE 00533 - 1985 Redline 800p RH 00726 - 1983 Redline 600a (Redline Oval stamp, NO CS bridge)RH 07118 - 1983 Redline 600a RH 00250 - Unknown Year, Redline 102b RI 0394X - Unknown Year, Redline MX-II or III (claims top tube is 17" but they only came in @18 & 18 3/4)RI 05788 - Unknown Year, Redline MX-II or IIIRJ 00829 - Unknown Year, Model RJ 02630 - Unknown Year, Model RJ 03295 - Unknown Year, Model RJ 05818 - 1980 MX-III (MX-III was a MX-II frameset sold as a complete bike that came from Japan)9 Digits, Letters & Numbers WA9F01870 (1999, June)WN0C05414 (2000, March) Redline 340WN0C07804 (2000, March) Redline 340WV9G05080 (1999, July)The third number appears to be the year in this case 1999. Speculation is that if it has the stamp it is made overseas.Sugino Maxy-Cross alloy cranks, Suntour seat clamp & hubs, National skinwalls & KKT alloy pedals.1981 600 MX-II 4130 frame & down tube decals, same as 700 but came with Sugino 4130 1 piece cranks & KKT steel pedals.1981 520 unknown specs. The new blocky RL logo is on the seat mast sides & headtube.1981/1982 PL-20 Carrera uses a Proline frame, flight cranks & still using Vbars. Black with some grey background down tube decal with red Redline. That isn't confirmed.118468 (No Info)341200 (No Info)346386 (No Info)370904 (No Info)373568 (No Info)494904 (No Info)496287 (No Info)109891 1984/85 Redline Proline (700p or PL-20) Frameset**It is my opinion that these bikes were simply stamped in order, with no date coding put into them.og jeg har oprettet en profil på ved at deltage her, bekræfter jeg at jeg har forstået brugen af Fiktive profile, samt vilkår, fortrolighedserklæring og betingelser hos
The state shifted the money that would have been spent in Baltimore to projects in other parts of the state that opponents note have higher concentrations of white residents.Metro’s subway cars normally carry some 163,000 commuters each weekday, but last Friday the transit agency turned the Red Line into a ride through the Tunnel of Love to celebrate Valentine’s Day. And it went a little something like this: After signing a release waiver, participants wear a pink wristband and board the first car of the Union Station-bound train (or last car of the North Hollywood-bound train), which is decorated with Valentine hearts on the windows.It was Metro’s first “Speed Dating on the Red Line” event, which gave relationship-seeking subway riders a chance to find romance on transit. ” said one of the orange-vested Metro staffers that greeted me on the Vermont/Santa Monica station platform, wearing a red heart-antennae tiara on her head. The whole idea was to take a seat and take two minutes to chat with someone.As a single dude who hasn’t been in a serious relationship in several years (uhhh, there’s no need to explain why here), I figured…why not. Participants were free to move to another seat or another train.
But without a governing clock anywhere, you could pretty much guess that whole two-minute thing went out the window.
The car, while not packed, and with many passengers choosing to stand in the aisle towards the center of the car (the far-end seats were mostly vacant), was already lively and loud with conversation.