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Old 09-01-18, 09:12 AM
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Show us your yellow bikes for September

Got any yellow bikes? Let’s see ‘em.
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Old 09-01-18, 09:26 AM
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No longer have this Klein Performance.



Or this monster that was found in the basement of a Raleigh NC shop and was purported to be a Bob Jackson. The Raleigh folks remembered back when the bike came to town in the '70s.



This one is still in the garage.


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Old 09-01-18, 09:39 AM
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Fork was “forked” though!
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I'm not 100% certain this qualifies as yellow:


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72 Schwinn Super Sport


Sold this fillet brazed beauty about one year ago.
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Neon yellow?
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow


Fork was “forked” though!
Those always sold fast, The Yellow was just a happy color?
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^^ most bold yellow I have seen on a bike! Might get around to fixing the fork. The right tang is bent ever so slightly...but it just ticked me off so much!
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Torpado...

Jeunet Classic...


Chiorda...
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I had this Pearlized Yellow 1979 Centurion Semi Pro. I sold it to @RobbieTunes and I think @sloar also may have owned it.

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I put a lot of miles on this one.

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This one is a Peugeot P6 frame, with a fork from a Sekine.
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This was one of my early acquisitions. I recall being pretty excited about it at the time.




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Edge Mango. Strong Frame...


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Steel bike frame I built "Back in the Day". Raced it for several years, and converted to Campy 10 speed a few years ago


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Restored early 1960s Galmozzi

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My Fabio Barecci on trainer detail this month.

She covers a lot of colors! 😁
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1985 Cannondale SM600 (24/26)
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Only about 4 hrs since the initial post & already up to 20+ - who'd a thunk there would be so many yellow and yellowish bikes out there

Originally Posted by Wright Bros
I put a lot of miles on this one.

Hey there cuz, nysss bike - I put lots of miles on mine too...

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Hopefully the road stripes and sign make up for the two tone paint job:
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Here's mine, 1987 Schwinn Paramount. Serial #1 for the year. This has a Waterford repaint with some tasteful upgrading. I do have the repainted original steel fork also.



A respectable 19 lbs.
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Tough to follow that Paramount but my yellow Olmo manages to show pretty well.


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Ah, a good excuse to share a picture of my Lemon D!

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