My better side:
My better side:
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"Trying is the first step towards failure." --- Homer Simpson
alie (12), andy, will (18), and alison. Dont really have any good ones of me and my bike...
Bike Hoarder in Training :)
1988 Schwinn Circuit (Red, White, 'n' Chrome... American made Hot Rod! )
1986 Schwinn Prelude now a 14 spd (survivor bike, almost mint)
2009 Motobecane 27 spd Flat bar (too small for me, now wifey's ride)
2011 Motobecane 18 spd Cross Bike turned road bike (my "modern" ride)
1973 Schwinn Continental... 36 pounds and yellow (for my son) :)
My C&V pics here
My daily mile page is here
We've got photos with bikes, while biking, with family, our pets, even favorite recipes. What a great thread!
Here's one I found recently taken last Summer of the entire family:
The young one on the left, he's presently building a cyclo-crosser with my help. Me and Mrs. WNG, and the older one on the right (who considers bikes as transport appliances.)
We were at Meteor Crater, AZ.
 Oh, that's my 80s Specialized fanny pack, for cycling content.
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Kind of a Panda shot
'68 Raleigh Sprite, '02 Raleigh C500, '84 Raleigh Gran Prix, '91 Trek 400
Find the cycling related item in this pic (easy!):
^^ It's not the hat.. I'm goin for the MTB bars/grip down on the bottom of the pic.
How'd that boy get one of my hats?
Cycling related? Are those Oakleys , or is there a Shimano hub on that spool of line?
The search for inner peace continues...
On today's ride up to Negro Bar on the American
River Bike Trail:
Me and the Raleigh Super Course 003.jpgMe and the Raleigh Super Course 005.jpgMe and the Raleigh Super Course 002.jpg
I trust there will be no comments about me
classing up the place.
Bike: 1970 (?) Anniversary Headbadge Super Course,
far from original, but highly functional given age.
Me: 1949 East Coaster (D.C.) with a few modifications due
to age and parts unavailability, but highly functional given age.
Note the obligatory bike in the air shot, although
the only thing we were celebrating was that the
fog has lifted after a week or ten days of it.
Days like this in the middle of January are why
California is so crowded. Apologies to those of
you neck deep in snow, but in my defense, I've
shoveled plenty of it in my past.
..someday, there will be a day...
1984 Lotus Classique
1987 D'Arienzo (Basso) SLX
2004 Cinelli XLR8R2
2014 Wraith Hustle
2015 Wraith Paycheck (pending)
My Raleighs: '71 International * '73 Super Course * '76 DL-1
Wife's Raleighs: '70 Super Course Mixte * '75 Super Course Mixte * 1974 DL-1L * '74 Sports Lady's
jan - gloves ... duh
cycling is like baseball ~ it doesn't take much to make it interesting
Since we're on a "days of our youth on bikes" kick, here's my early childhood recollection of being on wheels (so what if it's three wheels and not two). Although I can't remember this photo being taken, looking at it makes me seriously think it was posed for the camera:
That's a great one, Anton! I like how you're holding a toy car in your left hand. Don't want to leave that behind!
I'll have to find the tricycle one of my youth to post.
Here's my oldest son and me a couple of summers ago in our Gitane jersey's. Also, one with my 70 yo dad on a retirement road trip for him to LA in 2009 to see the LA Dodgers for a few games. Finally, one of my dad and I last fall at the start of our local 100k ride.
1984 Gitane Sprint; 1984 Gitane Tour de France;1982 Trek 610; 1980's Univega Supra Sport (fixie); 1975 Teledyne Titan; 1968 Peugeot PL8; ;1982 Nishiki Marina 12; 1972 Peugeot PX-10; 1987 Trek 800 Antelope (touring/commuting set up); 1981 Trek 510; 1993 Trek 950 mtb; 1996 Klein Pulse II mtb; 1997 Klein Pulse Comp mtb; 1989 Peugeot Limestone hybrid (for touring); 1989 Spectrum Titanium
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Jack Taylor Super Tourist, Jack Taylor Super Tourer Tandem, Jack Taylor Tour of Britain, Px-10, Raleigh Portage, Carlton Flyer,Fuji The Finest, Bianchi Squadra, Voodoo Cross, Santa Cruz Tallboy, Cetma Largo, Riv Betty Foy (wife's), Gitane 500A Mini Racer (sons).