Kelly Knobby X
Gary Fisher Ferrous 29er
De Salvo fixed gear
old picture of the 76 Paramount P14
And a few former rides:
Tom Teesdale Track Bike
73' Schwinn Paramount P13
O'Brien Track bike
whenever i see folks who ride above a 64cm i think "damn! some ebay competition"
95 Lemond Victoire TI
Had to sell the Lemond do to bring a wee bit large and a great offer from a club member.
85 Gios Professional - 95 Cinelli SC -06 Colnago C50
1978 Tom Ritchey Touring
Does this horrid thing count?
Last edited by gt eunuch; 11-05-12 at 07:19 PM.
I currently have 3 American made bikes: Lemond Zurich, Fuso, Custom build
You talking to me?
My Klein Quantum.
Just realized I've collected the whole set of American C&V bikes of the big four materials (steel, aluminum, Ti, carbon).
1984 Trek 610
1991 Stowe criterium
Aluminum (Cleaned up and has [shimano] brakes now):
1990 Black Lightning
1995 Merckx Titanium AX (made by litespeed in Tennessee)
Late 80's Basso Graftek (made by aegis in Maine)
This page must have set a record for the number of bikes over 62cm.. I wonder if more larger frames are made by American manufacturers than any other country, besides the Dutch of course because we all know how tall they can get.
The green Kelly of redxj's is my favorite. One of those bikes that can do everything.
Last edited by KOBE; 11-14-12 at 11:52 AM.
Sorry, KOBE,but another big frame.
My 1987 Schwinn Passage Tourer ,
my favorite and now only bike (currently).
Italian Steel ,( Columbus Tenax)
but built in Mississippi .
Rides even better with a load .
If I keep getting an excuse to post this bike im going to do it!
that 74 romic is very cool. and that blue cannondale above is an awesome color
Love Shimano Sante' stuff... So elegant and classy. I think it fell somewhere in the line around Ultegra. Maybe between Dura-Ace and Ultegra? Definitely nicer than 105 of the time.
Really great looking 'dale there, richpool!
Here is my '87 in green.
Finished the build on the Harry Havnoonian MTB frame I posted earlier...thought I'd update:
My fillet brazed Mikkelsen built in Alameda Ca.
"Never kick a fresh turd on a hot day."--Harry S. Truman