Well, the little piece of BB came out of the frame with ease. Just another sign that this bike has actually been well maintained. When I was taking off the fork, I was amazed at how clean and fresh the grease looked. I'm glad to see such a great bike being brought back to life instead of just going to the steel wreckers to get turned into rebar. Recycling isn't just about plastics and the ozone layer, it's about finding someone else who is in a position that you were in, but now are not and giving them a head start down a particular road. In this case, someone was done with this bike. Brendan was looking for a bike. The two worlds somehow mingle and both parties are on their way to happier riding.