A rusty élégance

Louis Pitard detail

After a long quest, my Louis Pitard is finally here. Some components have been changed through the years (wheels, front light), others are in a too bad shape to be conserved (saddle) … tu put it in a nutschell, a good restoration has to be done. Unfortunately, the frame has head tube lugs that may … Continue reading

La Patrimoine September 16th – part 2 : the course

1910 rider

After focusing on bicycles and people, here are some pictures of the race. 35 and a 80 kilometers race-length were available.  The Seine-et-Marne roads were surprisingly empty and we enjoyed some incredible landscapes. Please, remember we’re only 40kms away from Paris ! In the morning, cyclists arrived and the “race” started at 10AM ! And now, … Continue reading

La Patrimoine September 16th – part 1 : people and bicycles

La Patrimoine second edition took place in Favières, near to Paris. It occurred during “Les journées du Patrimoine”: this annual programme offers opportunities to visit buildings, monuments and sites, many of which are not normally accessible to the public. It aims to widen access and foster care for architectural and environmental heritage. These events are also known as Open … Continue reading

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