The Annual Sue Moore Auction is now running from 19 - 21 October.
Every year proceeds from this auction and all monies raised go directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Please take a look at the items that are available this year, as there is sure to be something of interest to everyone!
Gorgeous bike! That's certainly worth putting some effort into. For a serotta I would head over to http://forums.thepaceline.net/ - this forum used to be run be Serotta and has a lot of fans/owners of the brand. I'm sure you'd find a local buyer through them.
Join one of the cycling forums and spend some time there, sell only to someone with an established posting history. But yeah, selling locally is always easiest.
What bike is it?
Bikeforums.net has an appraisal section for vintage bikes btw.
Did not work for me. They were one of my earlier samples, so maybe I'll review them again at some point due to how wonderful the scents were. (FWIW I could lather MWF and pretty much anything else just fine at that point).
One razor, two brushes (one boar and one horse when I forget to soak the board), one blade (personna reds), still have a dozen of soaps or so, I do like to mix those up, mostly use a single aftershave (since it's my girlfriend's favorite by far compared to my other 2).
I tried pretty much every major brand's sandalwood, AOS is the best IMO. To give the lather extra slickness, I use MWF with AOS cream, it's a fantastic combination, and the subtle smell of MWF even adds a slight wonderfulness to it all.
I guess I'll be using that tomorrow morning :biggrin1:
Thumbs up for Coursera, EdX, etc. I'm in IT and a lot of the courses are right up my alley. Generally speaking the quality of the courses if fantastic, and the interaction with fellow students online is very convenient. They're specific enough that the 8-10 weeks covers enough material for it to...
Love Sandalwood, and haven't found anything I like as much as AOS. Unlike Zed, I prefer the "true" sandalwood vs. the cologne type sandalwood.
Proraso was a bit disappointing, Razorock's Third Eye doesn't even remind me of Sandalwood that much (if at all), but is a really wonderful fresh...