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Welcome to Dave’s New Blogsite


All the 274 posts from the old blogger site have been copied and transfered over here, along with the comments, so they are in both places. However, comments have been discontinued on the old site, but you can comment on old posts over here. And of course new posts will be added over here, there will be no more on blogger.

This site has my extended bio on its own page; there is also a “Discussion” page where you can post comments or questions about this new site, or on just about anything bike related. The links are top, left.

There is an “Archives” page and later I will categorize every post by subject. Also, as time permits and I learn how everything works, I will add a “Picture Gallery” page for bikes, and there will be a page where you can upload and send me photos and files.

Please remember to switch to http://davesbikeblog.squarespace.com in your RSS feed and those who linked to me on your blog please make the change. At the time of writing this I am still in the process of tranfering my links over.

Moving is a lot of work, even if it is just a virtual move.

Udate Monday 21st

I couldn't have picked a worse time to switch. After working all weekend to get the site looking the way I liked and transfering all the previous posts over from Blogger; early this morning Sqarespace, (My new host.) changed over to a new and improved version, and now I have to start over again and create a new layout.

Oh well, whoever said life was easy, please bear with me, and normal service will be resumed shortly, I hope.


Reader Comments (8)

Welcome to your new home. When's the house warming party? :-) Nice clean layout! I've got the link updated on my blog!

July 19, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterGroover

Long time reader, first time poster here.. best of luck on the move!

July 20, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterNicholas

Oh no! I don't take to change very easily anymore. Pretty soon, we'll be seeing pictures of your Recherche with clipless pedals and an aheadset with ugly stem on it :-)

Oh well, I guess I should go and click on that manage toolbars menu choice now.

Seriously, nice, clean-looking blogging setup.

July 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterPierre

Monday morning 7/21/08. Having technical problems and can't post anything new, all I can do is post a comment here just like anyone else. Hope to be up and running soon.

July 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDave Moulton

Congrats on the move..nice page design.

Here's a good piece of content for you to discuss in your next post.


It's a cool photo story from Readers Digest.

July 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMike

Good luck with new blogging software. I've had a few blogger blogs, but got fed up with them and moved to a better software (wordpress). It may be a bit of hassle, but, probably will be worth it in long run.

July 22, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterTejvan Pettinger

First let me say that I know nothing about the inner workings of Blogs.
Question - why does one move - is it for a better system or platform, less cost, better working conditions, better exposure or what? Just trying to learn.
I found your articles on the details of building a frame interesting, since I build stuff. Question - where do you get the fittings (believe you called them them lugs)? Looks like most of them are beyond the scope of the average small work shop.

July 24, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterNeponset

Congrats on the move; the new site looks great. I'll make sure to update my link.

July 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterJames
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