Motobecane Grand Record, a 70's Bottecchia, Trek 930 and a few others in various states of disrepair.
It seems to me that bicycle paraphernalia such as models and toys are not that common. So when I spotted this in a thrift store I couldn't pass it up. I don't know anything about it other than it looks home made. But here's the cool part it works just like a real bike, crank the pedals and the chain drives the back wheel. I mean its sturdily built and if I where 20 inches tall I could ride it, not easily, but it could be done.
So do you have any bicycle toys, models or odds and ends that you care to share with us?
Bruce Gordon BLT, Cannondale parts bike, Ecodyne recumbent trike, Counterpoint Opus 2, miyata 1000
I found a european folding tandem at a charity drop off point. An otherwise cheesy bike that had two fold axis to give a Z-shaped collapsed bike. I still kick myself for not locking up the bike I was riding then riding off with the tandem. Then driving back for my bike. When I went back with a motor vehicle it was already gone.