a lowrider BMX, a mountain bike, a faired recumbent, and a loaded touring bike
Tick tock, tick tock, Bzzzzzzzzzz!
Okay, No one guessed in the allotted time before the buzzer, so I will give away the answer:
This bike is a mountain bike with BMX handlebars. The stem and the cables all had to be replaced to make it possible, but for the more upright ride, it's worth it.
1985 Pinarello Trevisio, 1991 Colnago Master, '06 Bianchi San Jose, 1987 Moulton Fuso, '80's Gardin Shred?, '82 John Howard(Dave Tesch)
My everyday bike(s)
Bianchi San Jose 42-15 fixed gear - freewheel for coasting down long hills. I do a climb that averages about 6% for four miles and it's nice to flip the wheel over and coast back down.
Raleigh Ltd.-3 rear brake has been added since this pic. I ride this to work a lot and also around the neighborhood or around town to look at the funny people. Upright, kinda slow. Don't have a lot of confidence in those rubber pedals, particularly when it's been raining. I think Santa is bringing me some new pedals.