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Old 08-07-08, 01:02 PM
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Your Fleet

Post your fleet (all your bikes). Pictures welcome. Also, what's missing from it; what are you looking to acquire?

If such a thread exists already please excuse my unknowledge.

I own:
1996 Specialized Rockhopper

I'd like to own:
70s-80s touring road bike
3-speed cruiser
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Ok. Here are a few. I've posted all of these before:

Nishiki Modulus SRT:


Cannondale SR300: I sold this one last winter.


Panasonic Sport Deluxe: I just finished rebuilding it. I think I might keep this one as it fits me well. And I like it's shiny chrome wheels!


The rest of the herd is modern stuff. I don't suppose anyone would be interested in seeing the stuff from the "Dark Side of the Force."

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i'll bite, these are the bikes that are keepers, assembled and are ridden. Don't tell my wife but there are about 20 more bikes under the house in the velo dungeon.

1942 Firestone Pilot
1955 Schwinn Racer 3 speed
1955 Schwinn Spitfire Woman's
1961 Schwinn Traveler mens 3 speed
1962 Schwinn Traveler womans 3-speed
1966 Raleigh sports
1968 Gitane Super Corsa
1972 Raleigh LTD-3
1983 Bianchi Nuovo Racing (Campione del Sonoma)
1994(?) Schwinn Homegrown wife's ride
1996 Rock Lobster Hardtail (not painted by Dr. D)
1998 GT ZR-2000 road bike
1999 GT Edge Road bike
2003 Ellsworth Truth
2007 Iron Horse MKIII










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Originally Posted by Machin Shin View Post
Ok. Here are a few. I've posted all of these before:

The rest of the herd is modern stuff. I don't suppose anyone would be interested in seeing the stuff from the "Dark Side of the Force."
I just thought it would be cool to see it all in one place. And yeah if it's modern, I like hearing that you have it, but for the sake of staying in the Classics and Vintage forum...
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1936 Schwinn Henderson
1950 Columbia De Luxe
1960 JC Higgins Middleweight
1960s AMF Hercules (disassembled for now)
1974 Raleigh Sports
1978 Raleigh DL-1
1970s Samurai 10 Speed
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1976 Sekine SHS
198? Crappy Bridgestone for winter
1988 Kuwahara Titan for commuting
19?? Colnago
1991 TREK 2100 Pro.. my race machine which might be busted beyond repair.. im waiting to hear back from the doctor.
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ca 1969 Lejeune Champ du Monde...under reconstruction
ca 1970 Lejeune track bike..under construction
ca 1970 Gitane Super Corsa...under reconstruction
ca 1972 Lejeune F70
ca 1972 Lejeune Champ du Monde
ca 1975 Raysport Super Corsa
ca 1975 Motobecane Champion Team
ca 1978 Raleigh Team Pro 753
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ca 1984 Guerciotti
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Originally Posted by Netdewt View Post
I just thought it would be cool to see it all in one place. And yeah if it's modern, I like hearing that you have it, but for the sake of staying in the Classics and Vintage forum...
In that case:

2008 Cannondale Six/13 - custom build
2005 Cannondale Cyclocross
2006 Mercier Track Bike (bikesdirect.com)
2005 Giant Trinity Time Trial and Tri-bike
2006 Giant "Simple" single speed with coaster brake

Plus six frames - 2 Schwinns, Pinarello, Falcon, Peugeot, Panasonic

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'37 Raleigh Sports
'48 Claud Butler
'49 Raleigh Clubman
'50 Raleigh Clubman
'51 Raleigh Clubman
'50s Raleigh Record Ace
'57 Raleigh Wendy Junior
'66 Raleigh all-chrome Sports
60s Columbia middleweight
60s Falcon San Remo
'70 Schwinn Super Sport
'71 Raleigh International
70s St. Etienne Porteur
'72 Fuji Newest
'74 Norman Fay
'78 Raleigh Competition GS 650B
80s Univega Competizione
'82 Trek 412
'85 Fuji Touring Series III
'86 Miyata 610
'87 Ron Blanton
'91 Bridgestone CB-1
'07 Kogswell P/R

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1969 Peugeot PX10E
1972 Schwinn Sports Tourer (bought new)
1982 Peugeot PH19 Mixte
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1970s (80s?) Ciöcc (Campy 50th Anniversary)
1980 Ciöcc (Mockba '80)
1992 Ciöcc SL
1995 Bianchi Cyclo-Cross (set up as wet weather road bike)
1996 Cramerotti (single speed)
1997 Bellesi Genius

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1988 Cannondale
1989 Scapin (full Campy Euclid)
1993 Ibis Mt. Trials
1999 Dirt Works Cannibal

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1980s Ciöcc Cyclocross
1980s Pinarello Prologo (funny bike)
2003 Fondriest Stratus Plus

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01 cinelli nuovo supercorsa



79/80 derosa professional sl



02 cinelli aliante muscle



86 vitus/bador 979



04 cinelli aliante



82 cambio rino crono



80 peugeot uo9



03 colnago assos



81 andre bertin c70

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06 bianchi milano
98 casati evasione (frameset-uncompleted)

wish list-
late 70's sante poglighi italcorse strada
90's derosa EL-OS or primato

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Geez...I'm not pasting all those pics
https://velospace.org/user/8175

Nine have found new homes, and another is inbound (87 Cilo w/full DA)
The Pinarello and the Schwinn went to collectors, and paid for about 5 more bikes.
Floating count is generally about a a dozen, maybe 15 at most.
My goal is to have 5 or 6, plus a bike shop.

To blame for this mess are:
A. Winthrop
JunkYardBike
Little Darwin
USAZorro
roccobike
Otto Rax
and various others I may have bought from or listened to when I had too much to drink late at night....

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1974 Peugeot UO-8 mixte (in the box) from USAZorro
1984 Miyata 210 (on the rack) from USAZorro
1985 Centurion Ironman (on the rack)
2006 Airborne titanium tri build (nothing C&V or steel about that one, goal is 16 lbs)
1989 Univega single speed build

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92 Diamondback Expert
89 Centurion Lemans
89 Centurion Iroman Master
88 Centurion Ironman Carbon
88 Centurion Ironman Master
85 Centurion/Cinelli Equipe
84 Centurion Comp TA
84 Centurion Lemans RS
88 Raleigh Horizon


SOLD:
89 Pinarello Montello-paid for 8 bikes
89 Centurion Ironman Expert (blue fade)
89 Centurion Ironman Expert (black)
83 Raleigh Rapide single speed freewheel only
83 Shogun single-speed flip/flop
84 Nishiki Sport Equipe
83 Soma Competition
90 GT Timberline
65 Schwinn Heavy-Duti-900% return.
77 Panasonic Tourist 10 Women's model
77 Panasonic Tourist 10 Men's
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Old 08-07-08, 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Geez...I'm not pasting all those pics
https://velospace.org/user/8175
When you have that many... yeah. But it is nice to see at least a couple pics. Maybe your favorites or notables or something?

I know I have none. I'll post them when I have one.
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Originally Posted by Netdewt View Post
When you have that many... yeah. But it is nice to see at least a couple pics. Maybe your favorites or notables or something?

I know I have none. I'll post them when I have one.
I know a C&V guy in Edina........

OK, here they are:

88 Centurion Ironman Carbon from Otto Rax (8-sp Campy)


1989 Centurion Ironman Master from Little Darwin (8-sp)


1989 Centurion Ironman Master frame/Expert and DA components (9-sp)


1989 Centurion Lemans (8-sp)


1984 Centurion Lemans RS OEM except for Weinmann concave rims


1984 Centurion Comp TA (8-sp)


1985 Centurion / Cinelli Equipe OEM


1991 Diamondback Expert
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I am just happy that someone who came to look at a frame yesterday (didn't buy the frame) but he did pretty much clean out the rest of the garage. A total of seven bikes, that all needed a little or a lot of work done to them, have moved on to another flipper. I made a little money, he will spend a good chunk of time and make a lot more money. Everyone is happy.

Only about 22 more -- not counting the other 20 or so in the attic.

The ones that are the keepers are:

Bridgestone X0-2 (only one that I bought new, way back in '93)
Schwinn Sierra Mountain Bike
Miyata 610 - early model with center pulls
Kuwahara mountain bike (forget the model but it has triple butted chromoly EX tubing)
Miyata Commuter 3 (unless a local CL shopper thinks it is worth $300 -- which is what I decided it would take for me to part with it)

Soon to be sold:
Schwinn Breeze 3 speed
Univega Activa Action hybrid
Schwinn Hurricane mountain bike
Nishiki Sport Mixte
Bridgestone 300 Mixte
Fuji Royale road bike

Those are the ones I can remember.
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Just realized I was up to 14 bikes. Jeez...

Lets see, in the to be flipped category (5):

mid 70s Nishiki Mixte
1973 Schwinn SuperSport, 26 inch frame
1983 Trek 520
late 80s Giant Quasar Mixte (just sold it)
1991 Schwinn Criss Cross (may keep it)

In the to be finished project list (3):
1994 Trek 950
Early 1970s Peugeot A08
1990 Giant Cadex

In the miscellaneous riders category (6):
1997 Navara Randonee
2005 Trek 1000
1992 Trek 950
2000 Ironhorse Outlaw
1975 Peugeot U08 (my old college bike, bought it new)
2000 Giant Cypress
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Robbie,

Ironic that you should post that Schwinn Heavy Duti. We had a fleet of somthing similar to those at work until a couple of years ago when one of the guys did and endo. All of them went away shortly there after.

Well, almost all, except for one that someone spray painted all flat black and turned up out behind some old equipment this week in the back of the complex. The property pass is waiting for me at work, so it comes home with me in the morning.

The Engineering manager thinks I'm nuts, and the third shift production supervisor wants to make it a shift project bike. The plant manager nixed that idea, didn't want his Production Sup and Lab Sup tied up in the mainteneace shop for hours on end. If he only knew.............
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1972 Paramount, P-15

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1981 Trek 710 (Currently w/ flip flop hub & painted by Dr. Deltron)

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2007 Soma Double Cross (Commuter)

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Not pictured: 1992 Paramount PDG 70 Mountain bike. Lugged and no front suspension. Easily one of the nicest bikes I have.
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OH MAN! Loving that!
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Robbie,

Ironic that you should post that Schwinn Heavy Duti. We had a fleet of somthing similar to those at work until a couple of years ago when one of the guys did and endo. All of them went away shortly there after.

Well, almost all, except for one that someone spray painted all flat black and turned up out behind some old equipment this week in the back of the complex. The property pass is waiting for me at work, so it comes home with me in the morning.

The Engineering manager thinks I'm nuts, and the third shift production supervisor wants to make it a shift project bike. The plant manager nixed that idea, didn't want his Production Sup and Lab Sup tied up in the mainteneace shop for hours on end. If he only knew.............
Darn, I told that dude to hide it better! Last time I trust a UT guy....

I made an offer of $30 on one of those Schwinns yesterday, rust bucket, but I have that vision thing going....
She said she'd been offered $150, but wants $200. I told her to take it and run, and we chatted....

She just left a voice mail for me, tonight, $50. I'll let her think for a couple of days...... sorry to get off thread.

I think we need to raid fender1. Those bikes are bleach clean. Top notch.
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Here's the haul from last weekend. Don't usually pile them up like that but I had to haul these about 35 miles and this was the third and last trip I was making.




There's another 25-30 in the shop and 6 on the porch and I'm not even going to bring up how many is in the barn.
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This is my bike



Love this one but it's the wrong size and a forum member and I have planned a trade that will happen soon



Threw this together for my dad, he likes it



The specialized is up for sale, I won't insult the other nice bikes in this thread by posting a picture of it.
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From oldest to newest, mods as noted, a few are Bitsas (bit of this, bit of that):

1950(?) Raleigh Sports, one of a matched pair (my wife has the other) bought from the original owners in 1987.
1962(?) Schwinn Speedster. RM-25s on Bendix 76 R, Atom alloy F.
1973 Raleigh Pro Track. Pretty sure it didn't come with the tied and soldered Nisis.
1974 Raleigh International. Bitsa bike. I do have the right coded rear derailleur.
1975(?) Viscount. FG winter bike since 1990. Another Bitsa.
1986(?) Vitus. Total Bitsa.
1987 Schwinn Cimarron. 20+ years of hard use. Matrix Singletracks on Dura-Ace 8S hubs since 1989, works great with D-XT 7S thumbshifters.
1990 Davidson Stiletto. Bitsa.
1993 Davidson Track. Record 151 crank, SL pedals, Fiamme Speedy rims on C-Record hubs, SR Pista threadless (really) headset.
1996 Schwinn Homegrown Full Suspension. Built with D-XT of mixed vintage 1987-1995, Judy DH, either Mavic 261s on Campy Tipo hubs or Mavic 217s on Deore LX hubs.

I try to keep it to ten bikes that I can ride and that I want to ride.
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