Discussion in 'Cycling Department Forum' started by Bram, Jun 26, 2016.
Wow Ryan. That looks ace.
Here are my two bikes. Trek Madone 3.0 and Specialized Secteur for commuting.
Will! Great to see you here buddy. Bikes look great
Retired last year have not been on a bike for about 13 years so got myself a boardman full carbon fiber and getting back into cycling again
Are you sitting comfortably ? Then I'll begin ......
Ti goodness Van Nicholas Zephyr - Campag 10sp Mixed
Handmade Tigged Longstaff Eleven Compact Audax - Campag Athena 2 x 11
Traditional handmade lugged tourer - George Longstaff 531ST - 3 x 10 Shimano
Latest Recumbent trike - Inspired Cycle Engineering VTX 3 x 10 Sram
My 1st recumbent loaded on tour - Inspired Cycle Engineering Trice Classic 3 x 9 Shimano
2000 my Kona Muni Mula single speed conversion around town bike
Wow @Jim Layee
My Trek 2200 ZR:
@Burke Wells that's the best picture so far imo. Very tasteful in front of that brick wall!
Thank you, sir. Took that pic immediately after yesterday's ride.
My Italian roadbike with carbon wheels
My poor men's La Ferrari, She's so pretty , fully revised, but still need to change both rims and cubes also change rear derailleur. This bike has around 13+ years already and still going strong.
wow, classy bike Love it.
This is my touring bike I bought in preparation for a trip to Ireland. Then I met my second wife....No regrets though, Ireland is still there, even if she isn't.
The attention to detail Paul Hewitt spent on it was impressive, right down to stainless steel drop-outs, would recommend his bikes without hesitation, current range is here: https://www.hewittcycles.co.uk/
Love the George Longstaff 531ST tourer!
@Paul Garrett : The good ol' Trek 520...great solid touring bike. For my tour 15 years ago, I ended up with a Fuji Touring rig, should have bought the trek.
@Jim Layee : Wow, those are some nice rides. I'm a sucker for hand crafted frames.
I was going to put this in the mtn thread, but it probably fits here a little better:
My Surly Long Haul Trucker:
It's a 26" wheel touring bike. Very heavy, but robust. I've never done a real tour on it, just 1 day stuff adventure. But it makes a great commuter.
OK, now I have no more bikes to post.
I never did buy the bags and took the rack off when I started bringing the bike with me to work. Put some great miles on it all over the Great Lakes region - never had a problem.
I did buy and put the bags on the Longstaff tourer =D The pic was on the way to York Rally 2015 and I'm currently planning a nice easy 4 or 5 day tour on it whenever my sore knee clears up
Loving these i'm at that point where I want to get a steel bike though I will procrastinate and change my mind about brands.
But I am no boy racer anymore well maybe in my heart...I have a go to list of bike creators i visit regularly to swoon over.
top of the list Buam Vanilla Jaeger and Curve I have no idea who will be the one but most of the fun will be deciding as it will be the one bike to rule them all.
will post my ol beast but need to take a photo.
Excellent bikes people. Keep them coming