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    Show me your cruiser.

    Well you got your forum, now show me your cruisers.
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    Last edited by Scotty Bot; 05-02-13 at 12:18 PM.

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    Sun Bikes added a more fat tire [4"] cruiser with a step through frame, to the 2 spd Spider fat bike line..

    LBS here has them.. folks ride on the beach here, easier to sneak up on them clams at low tide..

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    The wife's Jamis Earth Cruiser at Buzzards Bay on the Cape Cod Canal. No matter how hard I try, she will not abandon the coaster brake 1 gear cycle she loves. Yes, she has a stuffed dog for the basket.

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    My pride & joy Trek Sawyer!



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    [IMG][/IMG]

    2010 Felt New Belgium Brewery fat tire cruiser. Friday commuter, sees a fair amount of trips to oldtown for fairs and shows.

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    schwinn windwood, custom 12pack box on the back. Nothing special but it got me back into bikes and especially cruisers. GF is using it now until she finds a bike for her. I need to get the bottle generator back on and the lights.

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    The new shop bike, Mongoose beast, used for hardware store runs and the pub is only .8 miles from the shop.

    I think a beach cruiser is the best bang for the buck when it comes to enjoying a bike when you live in a flat city.
    Torker Graduate, 288 rods a day without pub detours.

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    something wrong, here.

    there are thousands of bf-ers out there, and only 5 have cruisers/beach bikes?

    come onnnnn, pony up folks.
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    My SCP. Unknown age.

    Picking up a Fuji Sanibel soon.

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    "Winning is the best deodorant. Someone can look at your bike and say it stinks, but if you win with it, suddenly it's okay." - Jim Busby

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    I'll post the picture of the one I just sold.

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    1964 Varsity converted to 26" coaster braked rims. Great riding bike, better than a stock Varsity. Note the surfboard rack & bamboo cup holder. Cruiser have cup holders. Boring bikes have bottle holders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ka0use View Post
    something wrong, here.

    there are thousands of bf-ers out there, and only 5 have cruisers/beach bikes?

    come onnnnn, pony up folks.
    Patience, as it takes a while for a new forum to come to the collective consciousness...besides, how many people actually pay attention to Tom's announcements anyway??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Merkel View Post
    I'll post the picture of the one I just sold.

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    1964 Varsity converted to 26" coaster braked rims. Great riding bike, better than a stock Varsity. Note the surfboard rack & bamboo cup holder. Cruiser have cup holders. Boring bikes have bottle holders.
    Two things:

    1. I would need a chain tensioner to convert to IGH and that just ruins the aesthetic for me.
    2. I want a cup holder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty Bot View Post
    Proflex 857 I know its supposed to be an ATB, lol but its not... Its for cruizin'.
    if he can show his


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    One of my many projects

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    My Schwinn Legacy. Since I'm just getting into cycling after not having been on a bike in years, I figured a simple, inexpensive cruiser would be a great beginner bike. Plus, I'm in love with the vintage look and the...coaster brakes! I love my coaster brakes!

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    I guess I'll reserve this spot in case a cruiser falls in my lap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Merkel View Post
    I'll post the picture of the one I just sold.

    [IMG][/IMG]
    1964 Varsity converted to 26" coaster braked rims. Great riding bike, better than a stock Varsity. Note the surfboard rack & bamboo cup holder. Cruiser have cup holders. Boring bikes have bottle holders.

    waaaaaaa! you made me squeal with the surfboard rack 'n' mai tai holder (where's the little umbrella?)!

    well done! wait- we're short a wahini, and a ho-dad......
    first star on the right and straight on 'til morning
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    Felt Little Bast@rd

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    First new bike I've ever bought, tried to get Lance to sign it when he was across the way at the start of a cross country cancer ride 7 years ago (glad he didn't/couldn't actually...).

    I've been threatening to dress like James Dean and hop on it for either Midnight Madness or the Tour de Fat, cigarette and all but that hasn't materialized (like the real 550 Spyder lol).

    I also had plans for an Alfine or similar 7/8 spd internal gear hub and front disc brakes, neither of which happened either (or god, can you say Rohloff?!?!). It has been to the beach on several occasions as well as dirt trails.
    And tell my mama I'm a hundred years late
    I'm over the rails and out of the race...

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    Although a few other diamond frame bikes have made it to this thread, this is probably the most upright cruiser this thread will see.

    I stop for people / whose right of way I honor / but not for no one.



    Originally Posted by bragi "However, it's never a good idea to overgeneralize."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doohickie View Post
    Although a few other diamond frame bikes have made it to this thread, this is probably the most upright cruiser this thread will see.

    Actually I may have you beat.. pic forthcoming (Cause if that's a cruiser mine must be too)

    Last edited by RaleighSport; 05-09-13 at 05:26 PM. Reason: added the pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doohickie View Post
    Although a few other diamond frame bikes have made it to this thread, this is probably the most upright cruiser this thread will see.

    That bike has dignity!
    Pronounced "Murkle"

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    1998 Bianchi Milano, cafe racer reinvented as an ultralight cruiser ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross Creek View Post
    1998 Bianchi Milano, cafe racer reinvented as an ultralight cruiser ....
    That thing looks freaking sweet man.
    “Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.”


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