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Originally Posted by ColonelJLloyd View Post
As you know, the World Voyageur was Schwinn's first Japanese built bike. Available for only one model year, it was a well built, 4130 frame with nice, upper mid-level components. I've never put a lot of miles on mine. It's not a light bike and I have other bikes that are better suited for most of my riding. This one I ride on short joy rides and use to haul a kid trailer. I have since replaced the wheels with 700c VO Raid rims, Sapim Race spokes, VO Grand Cru hubs and 32mm Paselas.

The only 25" World Voyageur known to exist. by ColonelJLloyd, on Flickr
She is a beauty. I love the orange. I have an 85 Super Le Tour, and I find it to be pleasant. There is something about the voyageurs that does it for me. The chrome lugs and dropouts are something that I have always found appealing. At some point in my life, I became a big fan of Schwinn's. Not sure when it happened, but this is what I've set my sights on.
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