My companion since 1992. There are a pair of BSOs lying around, but I don't count them.
Edit: and here's a view from the back:
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My main ride is the S-10S that I bought new in '76.
For trips to the corner store(s) and not ridden more than three miles at a time I have a couple of garbage-picked MTBs...
'75 Fuji S-10S bought new, 45k+ miles and still going!
'84 Univega Gran Tourismo
'84 Univega Viva Sport
'86 Miyata 710
'90 Schwinn Woodlands
Huffy MTB - for trips to corner store
MTB of questionable lineage aka 'Mutt Trail Bike'
All that stuff was displayed by BF member top506 from Maine. He had several bikes, including a marvelous Shogun complete and ready to ride. It was my size too, so I took it for a spin around the parking lot. But I don't need another bike! I picked up the Ironman frame because I like working on projects. It was abused already and thus very cheap. Otherwise I'd have no interest in it except that it will become a bike very different from everything else in my fleet.
Real cyclists use toe clips.
With great bikes comes great responsibility.
Just picked up a 2012 Fuji Cross 3.0 to get back into riding after 27 years away.
I ride this bike for fun.
This is my go to racing bike.
My mountain bike.
My cross bike.
I ride this bike when I need to ride really fast.
oldschool areodynamic brick
'83 Nishiki 3 speed with bullhorns
No name frame, 3 speed fixie.
'64 Schwinn Twinn.
Peugeot Paris 5 speed.
Surly Big Dummy, Rohloff hub.
Quetzal recumbent, also Rohloff equipped.
And a couple more I can't seem to dig up photos of at the moment.
I ride an assortment of old junk, with a couple not so old.
Just kidding guys, i'm almost 69 and still going strong just like you. I'm really enjoying all the bikes. It sure would be nice to have some of those vintage rides. I'm watching with envy. Keep um coming. Jim
2012 tiemeyer road bike. not a great picture but will have to work.. Recently bought a Ridley Domicles but no picture as of yet
"Advantages Must Be Pressed, Disadvantages Must Be Overcome"
Here are my old guy bikes....
Specialized Roubaix -
Salsa Vaya Touring/commuter -
I've ridden this bike in several states and if I had to pick one bike, this would be the one!
My mountain bike (I didn't have a pic of my bike, but this is the one)
and last but not least my 85 year old 1928 Elgin Single/Fixie. This bike is a blast to ride and is super quick. I found it hanging on the wall in a buddy's garage and decided it needed to be ridden again.
I dont think I am geriatric at 53 but heres a few of my bikes