2000 Montague CX, I do not recommend it, but still ride it.
Strida 3, I recommend it for rides < 10mi wo steep hills.
2006 Rowbike 720 Sport, I recommend it as an exercise bike.
1996 Birdy, Recommend.
Wieleder CARiBIKE (folding), decent frame.
Ya think they got that thing geared low enough?
'71 Raleigh Super Course ("Loose Change")
'74 Raleigh Professional
'7? VeloSolex L'Etoile rando build ("Chocolate Star")
'77 Peugeot UE/O-8/10/9 mongrel
'81 Trek 616
'87 Trek 560 Pro Series
'88 Schwinn Impact ("Burning Chrome")
'92 Specialized Allez Comp
'08 Specialized Crossroads winterbike ("Icicle the Bicycle")
Surprisingly enough there actually are Porche bikes (and not in the same way that I ride a "GMC" bike haha):
2012 GT Tachyon 3.0 w/ Carbon Fork
Custom Mongoose Teocali Comp - Runs like a dream -
SR Suntour Epicon Fork Set to 140mm - Monarch 2.1 Rear Shock
WTB Speed V on Thompson Seatpost, Crane Creek ZS3, Giant peddles, Stem, & Handle Bar
Alivo Crank, SLX FD, PG870 Cassette, X4 Shifters/RD, Shimano M485 Hydraulic Breaks, Sun Rim Rhyno Lite Rims w/ Deore Hubs
The best part: The frame was $55 from Nashbar - the seat post was $70 from my LBS :-D.
"When you strip it all away, there is only God." - George Harrison
On giving up:
Everyone knows that Christopher Columbus discovered the New World for Spain on his first voyage. But few people realize that on his 4th voyage, Columbus gave up, turned back and sailed for home; within 10 miles of where he could have discovered the Pacific Ocean.