Hey everyone, been reading through the various forums and thought I'd post up my vintage rides
First up is my Bianchi commuter
This bike was a 1991 interbike show bike that was built with lame parts. Went to go see it at the Bianchi warehouse and fell in love with it. It definetly gets ridden the most out of all my bikes. Built with cast off parts itís a mix of XT/XTR with a smattering of aftermarket parts. A Ringle trail stem. Mavic headset, Avid tri align brakes. I plan to retire this frame soon and replace it with a Klein Pinnacle frame.
This was my cross country race ike that I rode until I stopped racing in í98 itís been a great bike and Iíve built it up just the way I like it. XTR drivetrain, Whiteís hubs, citron mavice 217ís, Raceface cranks and BB, Rock shox Judy SL, Chris King headset. Iím toying with the idea of switching out the frames with a Klein pulse I bought off of craigslist
I bought this sweet gem for my Girlfriend to ride from Craigslist for $200. Didnít look like it was ridden much at all. My girlfreind likes to brag to her friends that it was the MTB from Seinfelds apartment.
Iíve had this bike for over 20 years. Started out having Campagnolo Record which was terrible so over the years I slowly pieced it together with period Dura Ace components. Doesnít get ridden as much as it should but it will
Kestrel Talon Fixie
My teenage son is into riding Fixieís. I built this up so Iíd have something to ride with him. Itís really light and it gives me street cred with with my Son and his buddies
Easy Racer Tour Easy recumbent
Back in college, my buddy who owns a bike shop took one of these in trade. I rode it around for a year and fell in love with it. Just couldnít afford to buy one at the time. A Few months ago I picked this up off of Craigslist and Iíved used it to commute back and forth to work several times.
Schwinn Klunker 5
I bought this bike for my Dad about 20 years ago. He rode it around quite a bit and upon his passing, I brought it home were it languished in my shed for years with a broken axle. Last year I got the bug to restore it so I stripped it to the frame, polished up the original paint and rebuilt it back up. It rides super smooth.
Back in the 90ís when I was downhill racing I kept breaking mongooseís and eventually ended up with a POS mongoose VRS frame. That head tube was tiny and it allways gave me the heebie jeebieís riding it with the boxxer triple clamp on it. My Son started borrowing it to ride and thatís when I decided the change the frame to something more beefy. So I found this enduro frame on craigslist. Used a few old parts, a few new parts from ebay. Overall I love it, itís plush. I just got to buy another one so I can get this one back from my son.
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