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Old 12-21-08, 05:09 PM
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My bikes are mainly English or NZ made:

My Mercian, Humber, Norman, Robin Hood, Bickerton are all English.
My Healing Cruisers, Raleigh 20, one recumbent, the Morrison MTB and possibly the Empires are NZ made.
The Burco is Dutch.
The Oryx is Japanese.
The Dahon is Taiwanese.
The RANS is Amercian.
The rest of them are either English or NZ made, but I am not even sure what brands they are.
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I'd like my collection to be Canadian, but here it goes

1. 1990 Marinoni rouring (Canado-Italian)
2. 1992 Ryffranck road (Canado-Belgian)
3. 1988 Gios road (Italian)
4. late 70s-early 80s Coppi track (Italian)
5. 50s-60s Alcyon CX (British but braze-ons added in Canada)
6. 90s Fiori MTB beater (Canadian but made in Taiwan)

Huuum I guess I'm missing a French city bike...
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i'm always happy to show off, erm, show my humble diverse collection...

atm there are:

GER: 1910ish "Edelweiß" racer, restored
FRA: 1926 (ca) Peugeot half racer, original
FRA: 1936 (ca) Automoto, original, Osgear, LAM brakes
ITA: 1949 Learco Guerra w/ Cambio Corsa, restored
ITA: 1951 Girardengo frame, old rework
ITA: 1955 (ca) Girardengo frame, original
GER: 1961 Rabeneick "Campagnolo", original
ITA: 1975 Vicini w/ Campagnolo Valentino, original/mint
ITA: 1977 Vicini w/ Campagnolo Valentino, original/mint
ITA: 1979 Grandis Special Grand Prix, original, mint
ITA: 1981 Alan w/ 1st Gen DA, original
JAP: 1981 Centurion Super Elite frame, battered (for sale)
ITA: 1983 Casati Gold Line, gold plated, w/ SR ICS gold, mint
BEL: 1990 Merckx Anniversary frame, mint (for sale)
JAP: 1990 Zunow Z1 w/ Campa c-Record Century, mint
USA: 1995 Mike Appel Special Custom w/ SR, mint
DEN: 1996 Principia MacB Fat Thing MTB, original
DEN: 1998 Principia RSL, original
USA: 1998 Moots Vamoots, original
DEN: 2002 Principia REX, original
CAN: 2003 Rocky Mountain Element Signature
TAI: 2003 Scott Scandium Team Issue Jean Delatour

most can be seen in my Wooljersey gallery, see my footer

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Old 12-21-08, 06:35 PM
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JAP: 1978 Nishiki Superbe
JAP: 1982 Miyata Team (winter project)
JAP: 1987 Miyata 912
USA:1987 Davidson Signature
JAP: 1993 RB1/7

Not really so diverse... .

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Old 12-21-08, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Chuckk View Post
Collection in my neighborhood is Tuesdays and Fridays!
(har har har, I love that one)

But, click here or below to see my pile of stuff
collecting weird stuff since '87. De more I get, diverse it is.


Wow ChuckK!! You have got an amazing collection! I love your touring Canny and the story on the white Canny SR800.... Awsome!
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Old 12-21-08, 09:18 PM
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U.K:Claud Butler,Fothergill,RaleighVistacount,Russ,& one un-known
India: Eastman
Mexico:Winsor sports
Cal.: M&L racing(BMX)
Canada:CCM
Italy: Atala Fiorelli
USA:Schwinns,Meads,Pierce,Monark silverking,Huffman,Cleveland welding,Elgin.
France: BERTIN

Australia:Melvern Star
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Old 12-21-08, 10:37 PM
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Right now I guess my collection covers 6 countries:

France: peugeot UO-8, Gitane
Italy: Bianchi Squadra, Bianchi Sport SS
Japan: Miyata 210, Nishiki somethingerother
Taiwan: Giant Rincon
US: Vision R40
England: Raleigh Pro, Raleigh Sports, Raleigh Grand Prix
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bigwoo, where do you live that looked like a university town somewhere in the mountians.
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Hi bmaxwell,

Yep, Colorado. I ride a lot in the foothills of Golden and Boulder. This is my home riding range for both off and on road biking: http://coloradoskihistory.com/lost/bpass.html
Killer switchbacks and speed runs all the way down.....

For BMX and freestyle I ride with the "Old Timers' Group" and we ride all over the state, wherever we can find killer jumps
My roots are from late 70's early 80's BMX. Lots of CO riders here if you'd ever like to join us: http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/

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Old 12-21-08, 11:22 PM
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91 bridgeestone rb-2 Jap
85 centurion ironman Jap
04 masi Nouva Strada Taiwan/faux italian
86 Univega via tech 1050 Jap

Love early cannondales though. First road bike was a Czech favorit
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Old 12-22-08, 12:31 AM
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Thanks for all the great pics! Lots of cool bikes posted. Here's my short list, all 1970's...

Long-term ownership:
1976 Austro Daimler Ultima (my road bike for 25+ yrs.) - Austria
1974 Raleigh Grand Prix - England (can't find pic - sorry)

Recent aquisitions from local thrift over the past few years, since joining BF C&V and realizing I need to start collecting bikes (all early/mid '70's):
Schwinn Suburban men's 10-speed - USA
Schwinn Suburban women's 5-speed - USA (no pic, but it matches the men's 10-speed!)
Scwhinn Collegiate Women's 3-speed - USA
Raleigh Grand Prix (frame in my size) - England

Merry Christmas!
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Old 12-22-08, 02:05 AM
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My swedish "collection"; Monark 318 -75, Crescent 319 -79, Crescent 325 -65, Mustang -85, Crescent 316 -84 and my winter ride Crescent Starren 2002. (FAILED TO ATTACH PICTURE OF MY 316!)
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Old 12-22-08, 07:36 AM
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I am fairly brand-loyal, but can be promiscuous when it comes to bikes.

Steel:
Centurion Japan: 10
Centurion Italy: 1
Centurion Taiwan: 1
Raleigh Taiwan: 2
Triumph England: 1
Italy Pinarello: 1

Titanium:
China Airborne: 1

Aluminum:
US Douglas: 1
US Marin: 1
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Old 12-22-08, 10:02 AM
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I can't exactly say where they are all from, but this is my modest collection of bikes..
Aluminum:
2002(or 03) Schwinn Fastback Comp

Carbon:
1996 Kestrel 200EMS

Steel:
1982 Schwinn LeTour
1983 Nishiki Century
1985 Peugeout PSN10
1983 Peugeot P18
1982 Peugeout P8
1991 Trek 820
1992 Giant Upland
60's Tandem (not sure what brand..painted before I got it)

Seems that the Peugeots have a way of finding me..I'm not picky on brands or even countries of origin. I just love bikes..
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Old 12-22-08, 11:13 AM
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I'm more of a generalist than a specialist.

Colnago (Master Light)
Lemond (Fillmore)
Schwinn (various)
Nishiki (Century x2)
Raleigh (couple of them)
Univega (SporTour)
Trek (something or other, one or more)
Miyata (NineTwelve, too tall)
Bridgestone (two currently, one 200, one mixte)
CityBike (I need to figure out exactly what this one is, sort of kid sized)
xmart brands (needing fixing or for parts)
probably some others in the queue
some of these will come and go, or get swapped, or sold/flipped,
others have already gone like the Columbia and a Centurion

I guess I went a little nuts the last couple of years
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Old 12-22-08, 11:20 AM
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I have:

3 French bikes...2 XP10's and a 1982 100th anniversary Peugeot
1 American bike...a '74 Paramount track bike.

Although I have a variety of other bikes including my daily riders I'm not counting them because I consider them to be 'rotating stock'.
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Old 12-22-08, 12:46 PM
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This is a great idea for a thread. Keep the photos coming.

I am 53-years-old, a lawyer and a former competitive distance runner. After running literally tens of thousands of miles, I quit running in the mid eighties when my knees started to complain and switched to road biking. Riding daily the Denver Washington Park "Midlife Crisis Criterium," I had a chance to observe the USA and ITA bikes of the era (1986).

When we moved to Scottsdale, traffic congestion and lack of good routes forced me to speed skating (once you get the form down, it is a lot of fun and great exercise) and mountain biking.

I got back into road biking about two years ago with the advent of many new and bicycle friendly routes in North Scottsdale. I cleaned up my old 1989 Trek 660 and, since then, have been riding 100 to 200 miles per week, depending on schedule and weather, and lost 20 pounds (down to my college freshman weight).

At that point, I started reading BF -- C&V, SS/FG, and Road. I don't consider myself to be particularly mechanical, but I had always wanted to know more about bicycle mechanics. I found that, after a day of lawyering, negotiations, etc., it was very relaxing to move to the Mancave (third garage stall), listen to NPR and wrench on bikes.

My first project was inspired by one of my oldest son's 19-year-old friends who rides fixed. I picked up a CL circa 1990 Lotus Elan and converted it to a single speed. From that point, there have been a number of bikes that have moved into the Mancave, and a few have moved out and on.

Those that found new homes include:

1980 Lotus Elan SS conversion

1996 Scott Waimea tri bike

1987 Nashbar Aero Sprint TT bike

1986 Bianchi Nuova Alloro (too small, intended for my 14-year-old son who then grew 6 inches and is now 6'1")

1985 Miyata 1000 (gorgeous, cherry bike, but riding it just didn't trip my trigger, which taught me a lot about my bike collecting preferences)

BTW, I have pics of the culls, if interested.

My present collection are all riders and tend to be Road, Crit, Track, Tri, and TT bikes. If anything, I have a "Speed Kills" theme, which is why I never bought a motorcycle because I know exactly where I'd end up (under a semi at 120 mph). My bikes are the equivalent of a sports car collection at a small fraction of the price.

The bike capacity of the Mancave has been reached or exceeded. I like what I have, and am now more discerning regarding new additions. I'd really like to build something like that extremely cool retro Raliegh Clubman / Path Racer.

The present collection includes:

1985 Pinarello Record -- stock -- I have always coveted the Pinarellos from my Wash Park days

1985 Tommaso SLX -- purchased with Ultegra 8-speed

1985 Team Fuji -- stripped down to nubs and rebuilt stock

1987 Team Fuji TT bike -- partial build up, Dura Ace and Ultegra 9-speed

1987 Schwinn Prologue TT bike -- full build up from frame -- 600 7-speed

1989 Trek 660 -- stock 600 7-speed

1989 Fisher ProCaliber MTB

1990 Fisher ProCaliber MTB -- got a deal

1993 Ti MTB of unknown British origin.

1993 ish Serotta Colorado TG -- full build up from frame -- Ultegra 8-speed

1994 Litespeed Catalyst -- full build up from frame -- Ultegra 9-speed

1995 Performance Ti road bike converted to SS -- 53x18 -- 15 lbs of quad burning fun -- extremely stiff

1998 Litespeed Ultimate -- favorite ride -- this bike is a rocket and I really dig the shaped tubing and curved seat tube.

2005 Quintana Roo Santo Ti Tri bike -- build up from NOS frame -- Ultegra and 105 9-speed -- favorite bike -- I can ride it forever

2007 Schwinn Madison -- track angles -- lock, load, and go!

At any rate, more information than you ever wanted to know. I have very much enjoyed my time on the C&V forum, and have learned a great deal from all of you (except for John, who is ignorant). Many thanks for your advice and patience.

Here are some photos:

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IHOB - International House of Bicycles

English - 1974 Raliegh Sports 3 speed
French - 1984 Peugeot PGN10 (converted to fixed gear, dumpster find brought back to life)
'Merican - 1980 Trek 400 Ishiwata 022 frame
'Merican - 1996? Specialized RockHopper MTB - all stock
'Merican - 19?? - Old Iverson 3 speed (beater bike)
Italian - 1987? Bianchi, w/ made in Italy decal, the real deal (a current project/rebuild)
Japanese - 198? Panasonic ???model?? - just picked this up yesterday for an x-mas present for my girlfriend - black & yellow color scheme, tange tubes, shimano 600 group
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Let's see my personal collection is from:
USA:
76' Schwinn Paramount P14
73' Schwinn Paramount P13
Tom Teesdale Track
03' Kelly Knobby X cross bike
84' Schwinn Le Tour (Mississippi made)
Gary Fisher Ferrous 29er MTB

Japan:
Nishiki Seral
Schwinn Peloton

Taiwan:
Van Dessel Buzz Bomb 29er MTB
Van Dessel Buzz bomb full suspension 29er MTB

Italy: 80's Viner Professional Track
Belgium: 85' Eddy Merckx Corsa

Those would be my personal bikes. The flippers waiting for me to work on them or finish them are mostly from Japan or Taiwan. A few months ago I sold off a big portion of my flippers and trimmed the fat on the personal collection and in those sold there was: an American Frame/fork (Nobilette), Italian (Colnago), Swiss (Cilo), and a few more Japanese/Taiwanese bikes (GT GTB Track and Fuji Track).
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I have only Schwinns, but as such they come from across the globe:

a 1971 Schwinn Continental, USA, named 'Odetta': big, black and a lotta soul.
a 1980 Schwinn Voyageur 11.8 Chrome, Japan... my coolest bike
a 2006 Schwinn Voyageur GS, China... ugly but comfy
a 2007 Schwinn Voyageur GS, China... ugly but comfy for my wife
a 2007 Schwinn Letour GS road bike, Taiwan
a 2008 Schwinn Madison, Taiwan, single speed
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Dang RFC!!!

That is a collection to freekin die for... I LOVE those Fisher Procaliber's and the paint on that Tommasso ROCKS!!

Do you know what the odds are of getting a matching pair of Procalibers!!??
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Let's see:

Colnago - Italy w/ mostly Italian components
Eddy Merckx - Belgium with mostly Japanese components
Vitus - French with Italian seatpost & seat, Japanese HS & BB (it's retired)
Catamount - USA with Japanese components
Top Image - China with a mixture of Japanese & USA components.

No pics yet.
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Ok so who is going to count each collection to determine who has the most bikes. there are many very impressive collections getting posted on here, I am impressed.

BigWoo, here in Poulsbo Washinton I feel like I am back in the Rockies, we got about a foot of snow on the ground right now. It is amazing although it is not the light fluffy stuff like being in the middle of the Rockies, but it is still very nice for this Monana girl to have lots of snow around.
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I'm kind of waiting for roccobike to post here. I've been to his lair, and the man has a bunch. I think it would take him an hour or so to list them. They even spill over into his train room. I keep waiting for him to disarm the alarm and go on a long vacation....
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