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Old 08-24-11, 10:56 AM
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The New Classic Rigs and Rides Thread 1.1

Sorry all, we had to remove the original. It was getting warnings from cached picture URL's from a members site who got hacked by a bunch of Russians, even though he removed the images and took his site offline. Google has the domain blacklisted, which triggered false positives with many antivirus programs. Rather than constantly putting out fires with members getting nervous, I've quarantined the thread until he gets the URLs sanitized with Google, at which point I'll restore it and merge this thread in with it.

Meantime, here's my old classic.....

1971 Nishiki Custom Sport, converted (Not hacked up) into a FG. I left the cable stops and deraileur hanger on rather than ruining any ability to restore it to a full road bike.

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Old 08-24-11, 11:16 AM
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Well, hell. Might as well have a De Rosa on the first page:



And here's my classic Mondia Super:



And just for good measure - the Mondia and a friend's Tommasini, getting ready to rumble:

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Old 08-24-11, 11:28 AM
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Ahem..

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I'm game.
-- it's an '85 John Howard Turbo, built at that time by KHS (but still a damn fine frame)
Repurposed into a dandy Town/commuter

Rolling on 650B wheels (Rigida Sphinx Rims, Soma B-Line Tires)
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Fun as heck and people always comment on the lugwork
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Old 08-24-11, 11:34 AM
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Ahem..
1988 Schwinn Tempo...

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Old 08-24-11, 11:44 AM
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F. Moser

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My '87 De Rosa Professional.

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The Mercian KOM is my favorite:




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^^^ water reflection and all, you suck

My 1984 Fuji Touring Series V:



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Here's just a couple from my stable.

1978 Raleigh Competition GS:



1988 Schwinn Voyageur:

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I guess BBM is right - you really can't swing a dead cat without hitting a red De Rosa.
My 1986 Professional


My 1982-ish Ron Cooper


And the 1967 Paramount
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Time to repost the 'ol collection of scrap metal:

















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(Continued)



Not quite done; putting this here as a placeholder for an updated photo to come very shortly:








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Right on, an excuse to post the bikies.

The Raleigh Tora mixtie, my wife's commuter:


Another Raleigh mixtie, a Record. Built this up for a friend, she takes it on our booze cruises:


My Bianchi, unknown model and year. Currently a SS city bike:


Marinoni, my wife's road bike. Nice and dusty in this pic.:


The Jeunet, my city bike. Now with gears!
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1978 Holdsworth Professional by (cobrabyte), on Flickr

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^^^ water reflection and all, you suck
What do you think water bottles are for? Old photographers trick .....

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Eddy Merckx MX Leader (really need a new picture of this one)


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Huge thanks to balindamood. I can't get over how awesome the color is.





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Here's 2 pictures of my deck.


And a picture of my fence.
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My favorite bike is pink 87 prelude And I'm a piss poor photographer.
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First Merckx on the thread!


'87 Tempo


Dancelli


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And a picture of my fence.
Interesting.

What's that leaning against your fence?

Here's a picture of my bird feeder:



And another angle:


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