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

Old 07-01-18, 03:16 PM
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July is the month for multi-colored bikes. Got any? We want pictures.

July is the month for multi-colored bikes. Got any? We want pictures.
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This wasn't originally multi-colored, but the previous owner changed that. It's a 1990 Diamond Back Apex that was converted from a mountain bike to a drop bar touring bike and now it's an upright utility bike.

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The Ironman's



GP&GS Lemond



De Rosa Nouvo Classico



Lemond GLX Gan



Mile 112



PDG Series Paramount



Prologue



Prologue TT - Still a work in progress



Jan De Reus



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Then there's also a few more......




Giordana Antares



Giordana XL Super - My favorite bike



Kona Jake The Snake - rain/winter bike
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Only one.

P1020132, on Flickr

P1020151, on Flickr
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Does rust count?

This is the only one in the household that is a factory multi.


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Does this count?



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Multi Colored Bikes



All City Disc Spacehorse.


Trek 500 Series Tri


Schwinn Peloton


Jamis Eclipse.
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All City Disc Spacehorse.

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How wide are those handlebars?
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Holy wow, folks!
[MENTION=305894]oddjob2[/MENTION], I don't see nuthin'.
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Schwinn Project KOM10 Team Issue -- three specimens (not mine, which is ready, as usual, for the 4th of July parades)

Mine has a REAL saddle -- Brooks Team Pro

Also high-mounted brake bosses on the fork, for a SunTour RollerCam
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awesome bikes!!
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Originally Posted by Shrevvy


How wide are those handlebars?
48 shallow drop.
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Have a couple.

1977 Raleigh Team Professional with colors rotated 120 degrees.



2000 Bob Jackson "Arrowhead". It's white. It's blue. It's multi-colored.



I have several more that have original contrasting head tubes, and or seat-tube panels, but I suspect that isn't really the intention of the thread. Even the Team Pro stretches it a bit, but since the contrast is so blatant, I thought it might be on the topic.
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1992 Klein Pinnacle




1987 Centurion Ironman Expert and Master




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