Last edited by DnvrFox; 07-02-08 at 01:35 AM.
DnvrFox - still bicycling, swimming, walking and weight lifting at 74yo is participating a bit in BFN 50+.
Well, sorry if I'm late.
Please add a 2001 Trek Police bicycle and a 2004 Surly CrossCheck
No Colnago's! What else is missing?
I'll go to your thread and list my 2004 RANS Tailwind, and my old Trek 1000.
You need to update your list, Denver. My five bikes are listed in my signature, and, at age 54, I am solidly "in the club."
"Early to bed, early to rise. Work like hell, and advertise." -- George Stahlman
Capo [dschaw'-poe]: 1959 Modell Campagnolo, S/N 40324; 1960 Sieger, S/N 42624
Peugeot: 1970 UO-8, S/N 0010468
Bianchi: 1981 Campione d'Italia, S/N 1.M9914
Schwinn: 1988 Project KOM-10, S/N F804069
I can see now that I should have been more specific in my form responses.
I thought I was on the hit list but since I do not see my bike on the "Late Night List of Bikes" I guess I am not!
Yes, I just did. What did I do wrong?
Thats okay, you do not have to get up at 3:30 in the morning to compile a new list just because I snoozed in the first list.
All right then add mine, this is just the ones I still have in riding condition.
Ritchey custom fillet road
Ritchey custom Everest
Ritchey Team fillet Supercomp
Specialized Stump jumper
Last edited by WorldWind; 10-10-04 at 07:16 PM.
dont worry be happy ????
i ride a TIME VXRS
Gary Fisher Fast City
Specialized Expedition Deluxe; recumbent in the near future.
Sold the Calfee tetra tri (Too hard on the joints),
add a Schwinn Le Tour 100th anniversery model & a Nishiki Olympic 12 speed
**Fate is a fickle thing, and in the end the true measure of a person is not fate itself, but how they master it**
1970-1990: 3 Touring, 1 Mountain, 8 Road
Airborne Carpe Diem
Albert Eisentraut Custom Steel
Bianchi Campione d'Italia (ca. 1981)
Bike Friday Air Glide
Bike Friday Pocket Rocket,
CALFEE TETRA TRI (BARELY RIDDEN)
Cannondale Ironman 2000
Cannondale MTB Caad 2
Cannondale R-600 Silk Road
Cannondale r1000 road
Cannondale Saeco CAD 3,
Capo Modell Campagnolo (ca. 1959)
Club Fuji six-speed.
Co-Motion Co Pilot,
Dahon Espresso folding bike
Diamondback road bike (unknown model)
Electra Townie 3
EZ Sport Ltd "Bent"
Fuji Marseille Steel
Fuji Roubaix with 105 setup
Gary Fisher Utopia
Gary Fisher Zebrano hybrid
Giant Cypress hybrids
Giant Halfway folder
Giant OCR touring
Giant Revive semi-recumbent
Giant Revive DX
Giant Sedona comfort bike
Giant Warp DS2
Gunnar Roadie Chorus/Record
Holland roadbike a sort of cross bike
Ibex Apogee Sport mountain
Infinity Its a LWB recumbent
Italian road single speed old steel
Kettler Silverstar commuter/touring bike
Klein Quantum Race
Lemond Nevada City, upgraded to Ultegra gear
Litespeed Arenberg DA/9
Litespeed Tuscany road bike
Marin Bear Valley SE
Merdian Cascade tandem
Mondonico Futura Leggero with Campy Centaur
mtn bike from walmart
Peter Mooney"big-wheeled" touring bike custom
Peugeot PKN-10E (1980)
Peugeot UO-8 (ca. 1972)
Peugeot 80's 12 speed
Raleigh R600 road bike
Raleigh Sprite 27
Santana Noventa tandem.
Schwinn Paramount with Campy Centaur triple
Schwinn Project KOM-10 (1988)
Schwinn Super LeTour 12.2
schwinn world tourist
Serotta Legend Ti,
skinny-tired road bike
Specialized Hard Rock
steel road race bike
steel titanium.aluminum tandem
Ti road bike and a Ti soft tail MTB
Tom Kellogg custom frame (1977)
Tommasini 15th Anniversary/Yeti AS-R
Trek 520 with 105 setup
Trek 7200 and a Linear recumbent
Trek comfort bike, Navigator 100
twin 650c recumbents
Wheeler 2000 Cross
And I'm seriously looking at tadpole trikes. Broke my wrist pretty badly in July (not a bicycle accident) and another fall on it might be a very bad thing. I'm pretty much down to either a WhizWheelz TerraTrike 3.6 or a Cattrike Road.
2004 Fuji Cambridge comfort/hybrid bike. I guess I don't have the budget for some of these high end bicycles I have seen listed on this thread.
I was at the LBS today and saw a bike for $5,250 - don't remember just what kind it was, but at that price I didn't bother to look. Told my wife about it - she said "Dream on, Magoo!"
Sounds like it's time to get a new wife.Originally Posted by radioflier
When I got my Litespeed I looked really hard at the Vortex ($5500) but decided I wasn't worthy of such an awesome bike and got the Tuscany instead.
ariZona (single) custom carbon fiber
ariZona Davis Double (tandem) custom carbon fiber
Specialized Crossroads A1 Pro
Vision R45 USS
Vision R40 USS
Vision R85 OSS (Double Vision)
Wow, for all of that list, I only saw 4 recumbents and two semi-recumbents. Sort of dispels the rumor that bent usage is concentrated in the 'older' age group.
Scott CR 1 Team Issue