Classic & Vintage - Chainring Archive
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07-25-02, 01:28 PM
Some of thes chainrings (http://www.bikecult.com/works/chainring.html) are beautiful. They also have some great bicycle pictures in their archive (http://www.bikecult.com/works/archive.html).
07-25-02, 04:03 PM
Oh man, look at that Atlantis touring bike...
07-25-02, 04:06 PM
Thanks for the website. My kids think I should get one of those 57 tooth inch chainrings for my bike.Know where I can find a 800 lb gorilla to get that puppy rolling?Guess I could get it rolling down a big hill.I really liked the old bikes best.Even that JP Weigle was something.The Eddy Merckx tribute touring bike is cool !:D
07-25-02, 04:12 PM
I loved the quote in their saddle archive (another must see):
"There may be a better land
where bicycle saddles are made of rainbow,
stuffed with cloud;
in this world the simplest thing
is to get used to something hard."
-Jerome K. Jerome (1900)
07-25-02, 04:16 PM
The Hilly Hundred looks fun, I'll bring my 100 tooth chainring! :D
07-25-02, 04:18 PM
Hey, two bicycles from Sweden...Kronan roadster bike weight like an elephant. Canīt believe itīs a modern bicycle.
The Crescent is in good condition, I have had several bikes of that brand. That orange colour have come to be a a modern retro classic which they re-introduced a couple of years ago with good marketing result (I think).
The text on the framesticker says:
07-25-02, 04:22 PM
Cool picture. A college student gave me an old Western Flyer the other day that I plan to restore. I love old bikes, I wasted hours on that web site this afternoon.
10-15-06, 01:17 PM
i really like the link...brought this back from the dead!
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