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Old 11-03-19, 05:50 PM
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Another couple, this time from mrs non-fixie's collection.

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My 1960s Bertin C 37 converted back to twin chainring format.

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Originally Posted by bertinjim
My 1960s Bertin C 37 converted back to twin chainring format.

Most bikes look like the fenders were added regardless of the aesthetic, color match and or how well they were done.

This looks like it was born with them, very nice.
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Old 11-03-19, 10:24 PM
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1972 Super Course by Raleigh.

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Old 11-04-19, 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
1972 Super Course by Raleigh.

Fenders by me



Super awesome!
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Some good ones here ! I liked the black Berin. Gugie is that pic at Bonneville dam ?

Raleigh Pro Mark 1 with fenders. Previous owner had the fenders striped to match bike, paint by CycleArt, very nice !

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Old 11-04-19, 09:37 AM
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Mariposa Randonnée 1994. Fresh from a century.


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Originally Posted by bertinjim
My 1960s Bertin C 37 converted back to twin chainring format.

I can't find anything that I don't like about this bike.
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Old 11-04-19, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by mpetry912
Some good ones here ! I liked the black Berin. Gugie is that pic at Bonneville dam ?

Raleigh Pro Mark 1 with fenders. Previous owner had the fenders striped to match bike, paint by CycleArt, very nice !

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Oregon City falls I think, here's Bonneville but no fenders.

I am going riding out there today, maybe I'll get a new pic for you.

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Originally Posted by non-fixie
I can't find anything that I don't like about this bike.
+1, Agreed
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Old 11-04-19, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by mpetry912
Gugie is that pic at Bonneville dam ?
[MENTION=425004]merziac[/MENTION] is just about correct, Willamette Falls from the Oregon City side.
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62 Sports with some aftermarket Chrome fenders


47 Jake Holland restomod fixie for everyday use


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My 1950 Raleigh Superbe with AG three speed / generator hub and period after market Cyclo 3-speed derailer. Headlamp is missing as I'm currently repairing the wires and cleaning out the battery tube. The original front mudflap crumbled. Not sure where to find another that'll fit.




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I like this one:

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47 Jake Holland restomod fixie for everyday use
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Originally Posted by bertinjim
My 1960s Bertin C 37 converted back to twin chainring format.

Yo bertinjim, the red cable covers are a VERY nice touch on this bike (I especially like the subtle one at the rear derailleur). Hats off to ya!
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My commuter bike has fenders. The bike is fun enough to take on recreational rides, too, and it has a 30-speed drivetrain.



Our tandem also has fenders.

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Late 60's Hercules Klapprad with Sachs duomatic 2-speed hub (36 hole!)

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Bikes with Fenders



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The wife's 1989 Schwinn World Tourist
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This 80s Novara Randoneur came to me with fenders and I retained them after the rebuild. I have some metal fenders to go on my 87 Nishiki Cresta GT so I will come back once those get mounted.

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