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July is the month for multi-colored bikes. Got any? We want pictures.

Old 07-23-18, 01:48 AM
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Some of my other multicoloured vintage bikes. Sadly enough I sold the Team Stuttgart...
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I had forgotten about this one with the "special" stem.



1988? Ross Mt. Hood
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July is the month for multi-colored bikes. Got any? We want pictures.

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Happy July. You can post new or old pictures of multi-colored bikes.
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Gold-red-white Tigra


black-orange-gold Staco
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Wish this was mine!!
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Malagnini from Verona, Italy



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My only one.
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My current workshop project may qualify...

from "a bit of color"



..to "not-very colourful"...



to "a bit more colour"



to "almost half done!"



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I guess I can add in the latest additions to the stable.

I just picked up this Chambery and am still sorting it out.



Then there's this Evans that I still don't know a lot about. Picked it up from a former 3 time winner of the RAAM.



This Davidson has become a favorite ride since last year due to how fast and fun it is to ride.



This came and went last year. Wonderful bike in beautiful condition but nothing made it stand out in my stable so I moved it on to another, very happy, rider. Sorta miss this though....



Then there's this Lemond, Got it last winter, put a ton of money into it to make it a "light" climbing bike with a nice triple. But.....I just don't like the ride at all. Gonna tweak on it a bit and if I still don't like it I'm going to sell it for a loss. First Lemond that hasn't blown me away.

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Here's one I repainted the 4 colors of bands, the base color is original. The second one is a full repaint.
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Only have the one...



I couldn't resist. This is a 2018 version of my 1975 club jersey, that popped up on ebay. I didn't realize they were so similar. My bike in 1975 was green.
I used to think these were too garish, but not any more...

RD wire clipped after adjusted...The Spinacci are period correct, and used in the peleton at the time. I had them, I mounted them. I don't use them, they're just there.😊 Has a Concor "America" saddle on it now.

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Some of mine.









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1990 Concorde Astore,been upgraded thru the years. Now wearing a Campy triple drive train. KB
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1986 KHS Fiero, FSA Vero compact crankset 50/34, SRAM 11-32 cassette, Shimano 105 5600 brifters and derailleurs, SRAM Apex brakes, Shimano 105 5600 hubs laced to Rigida rims. Yeah, a bit heavy, but a fun ride all the same...
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One year later, still a great thread. I really enjoyed looking at everyone's pictures, with some common and some very uncommon machines.

How about red with white? ... or was that white with red?
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Happy 4th of July

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My red and white Serotta Colorado....

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I Couldn't Resist...

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Couldn't help myself after seeing @toavii 's spectacular DayGlo pink and orange Serotta post # 60....

To get back on topic, starting chronologically, my 1965 Swiss made Tigra with fade paint. I was looking for a Mondia when I found this bike.






1971 all original Hetchins Italia in celeste and red.



1973 Holdsworth Competetizone in Team Kit.



All original 1973 Raleigh RRA barn bike. I always like the mustard and white paint.



1980 Motobecane Team Champion frame with a custom respray.



1989 Peugeot Chorus 753 frame.



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Here's my Panasonic Team America custom PICS bike. 1988 model year I believe. Just got it built up and am working out the fit
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1987 Raleigh Racing USA 🇺🇸


1992 Bilato Z Team


1996 Calfee replica Z Team
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