Ride bikes, not other people's dreams.
If a Windsor thread got locked (which it did), this one should be locked, and throw the key away please.
see that little link that says "report" - feel free to click on that and report the post if it bothers you so.Originally Posted by mihlbach
Heres a pretty old fixter
oooooh, more please!
^^^^ thread hijack in progress!
i am so down with this hijack...
(btw if anyone has a skip tooth cog and chainring, i am looking...)
1898 Crescent Model 11, from the ebay thread. Bars are mounted upside down. Note wood rims! I love this bike. It really shows you how little has changed in cycling.
Edit: rehosted pic on my webspace, see if that works onetwentyeight
Last edited by mander; 01-31-07 at 12:30 PM.
the pictures arent loading for me! i really want to see it.
Very cool - just curious, have you weighed it?
If you are asking me, that's not my bike. Some ebayers want US $1400 for it if you're interested, auction ends in a couple of days. I would love a bike like that, but it's a museum piece and I'd be sorely tempted to update the rims and ride it into the ground.Originally Posted by the pope
Edit: here's the auction http://cgi.ebay.com/Antique-Bicycle-...hash=item12007 9528434
old fixters or old fixtures???
I am dyslexic so bear with my posts.... [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
I'd love to have that bike too but I'd fix it up and ride it like it is. It's when I see things like that that I wish I was rich. There was a traveling bike museum at a race I did in Virginia last year that had old bikes like that. After seeing those it's been a dream of mine to once start a small collection.Originally Posted by mander
Here is another for your enjoyment:
45, but I feel 23 (seriously)Originally Posted by nathbdp
this threadjack is so rad.
have:ea50 flats, black, light, stiff.
144 bcd 3/32" 49t sugino track chainring, possibly 75.
want: risers, light, stiff, 1", black if that can be
144 bcd 46t or 47t chainring any kind or width