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February is the month of Pink and Red Bicycles

Old 02-03-18, 10:14 AM
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I started the thread stating that I don't have a red bike. Duh. Here is our Burley Zydeco tandem. The color has not managed to make us fast, but that's OK.



The musicians in the background didn't help, either.
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Also, my Viscount fixie has some red.

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Also, my first bike was red. I believe it was a Schwinn Pixie. My father wanted a Schwinn when he was a kid, so that's what he got me. The lessons he gave me on it are a sweet memory.

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Originally Posted by mathstudent
That is a very cool bike!
thanks its a 1990 with a non catalog paint scheme. I have only seen a couple others with the same Red/White paint scheme
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I guess I like red bikes.

[IMG]Roberts Bicycle by A C, on Flickr[/IMG]

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And two more that I started threads on not too long ago.

[IMG]JP Weigle Road Bike by A C, on Flickr[/IMG]

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The only red one I have is the Miyata 1000 I picked up in December... (seller's picture) Miyata called it burgundy, but it looks more like Magenta to me...
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And I did have a pink bike, too. It was a ~1975 Motobécane Le Champion. This isn't it. Mine was a ~58cm size which turned out to be a bit big for me.

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Originally Posted by BlueDevil63

very nice!

Love the 6 arm crank! I can't imagine how hard it is to find chainrings for it.


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I have nothing like the high end bikes that I am seeing here; but I do have some.
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Just have one red bike and it is my latest build added to the stable. 1965 Dilecta LeBlanc French touring bike. It is a red over silver paint with the red almost worn off in places giving it a pinkish hue.
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A few of mine, some no longer in the collection...


1985 Specialized Stumpjumper Team (still have)




198? 3Rensho Super Record Export (still building)




1984 Specialized Allez (San Rensho built, still have)




1985 DeRosa Professional (pictures taken before I really tried taking decent pictures, sold a while back, miss it dearly)





1987 Bill Holland custom (long gone, really wish I'd kept this one!)

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Originally Posted by rideandgoseek
my bad...here's an upskirt shot
Lovely bike. Thanks. Proper inspiration to get off my butt and put mine together.
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Hopefully it won't be mine for long, but I just rebuilt this bike I'm going to flip.
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As I have shown my red bikes to death here - I will only post bits of them...









There is a rose one on its way home but I will have to wait until next Feb to show it. Or - what the h... - here is a teaser (seller pic).

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Here's one that won't be mine for long.

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And another.

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Beautiful Fuso @merziac, unusual and striking pattern. The pink portion is close in shade to my Tommasini, very pretty looking. should build up sweet.

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@2cam16, you think a college student will buy that?

@styggno1, I don't think you'll bore us any time soon.
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Thanx Bill,

unfortunately way too small for me, had to buy it just have one and hope it might bring me a bigger one somehow.
Same with the Bianchi, no way I would let either one of these go if I could ride them at all.

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Beautiful Fuso @merziac, unusual and striking pattern. The pink portion is close in shade to my Tommasini, very pretty looking. should build up sweet.

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And this one hijacked from the "looking for one of these thread".

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@2cam16, you think a college student will buy that?
I'm hoping that anyone will buy it! lol
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Originally Posted by merziac
Here's one that won't be mine for long.

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And yet another.

These two frames will be trading places soon.
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My daughter's Fuji Sagres and my son's Club Fuji.
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