Here's my collection. Only three unlike some who have enough to supply a volleyball team :rolleyes:
TREK MADONE SL 5.2
MARIN PINE MOUNTAIN
You might want to make those public. ;)
Those are some kool bikes, I am embarrassed to post mine. :o
Wow. I like the lock on the Pine mountain. Is that a kryptonite? :p
Here's my stable.
My all weather commuter
'84 Centurion Accordo RS
'06 Gary Fisher Marlin
'06 Schwinn Fastback 27
'06 Litespeed Teramo
I still need a cyclocross. Maybe next year.;)
I've only got one (human-powered) bike, my 2006 Cannondale hybrid
Ha ha! Got it. I never got to see the "lock" since the pics were viewable by me :D
here's my baby.
I dont have a pic of my newest bike, Ill add it later.
The Look 585, my second newest machine
Langster Fixed Gear
Trek Madone 5.2SL, been seeing lots of roads lately
Salsa Juan Solo Single Speed
Yeti 575 of pure squishiness, several changes since this pic, actually all of the bikes have gone through changes since these pics were taken. Even the Look.
My newest bike I piked up friday. Its a Langster Comp track bike with custom tubular rims built around a set of Phil Wood track hubs. Its fast and smoothe. :D Ill post a pic later.
Ha ha. Look who turned all roadie on us. :rolleyes: ^^^^ :D
I guess I have to take some pics of my bikes. In the meantime, here's my bike doing what it was made for at the Tour of Napa century yesterday:
'00 Trek 5200
'86 Trek 660, fixed gear conversion
'83 Caldaro Specialissima
'04 REI Novara Triompho, set up as a tri bike
'89? Specialized Rock Hopper
And finally, the restoration project:
'86 Gazelle Champion Mondial
A couple of shots of my R3 - a little different from the norm.
Great shots, very very artistic! :)
1985 Palo Alto. Vintage Italian frame with modern Campy goodness:
Bigbossman, great minds run in the same gutter: