Vintage, yesteryear and retro biking
2 fantastic funny bikes.
And here's another one. This was given to me recently by Col B (Speedywheels). Ex Kris Denham, this could be a twin for Panzr's bike except it runs 700C wheels front and rear, making it an extra-funny funny bike. I'm fairly sure it's a Geoff Scott/Clamont, though it's been tastefully resprayed in purple and black by Kerry Hopkins. A mix of Suntour Cyclone (probably original) and Shimano 600 (probably added by Kris). The equal-size wheels mean that it is UCI legal, so I'll be time trialling on it in July. Image courtesy of Andy and Quang:
Another really interesting lo-pro bike. I really like how unique they all seem to be.
Here's mine. An early Kenevans:
What a wonderful Eddy Merckx Madrider. It looks to be in pristine condition and a very desirable Eddy Merckx colour scheme. The Cinelli stem really is the icing on the cake. Absolutely beautiful bike, congratulations.
My thoughts exactly - nicest bike I've seen in a while!
Good to see more lo-pro's coming out of hiding...yay, another Clamont!
Diggin' the sweet Kenevans too
Madrider...yet another fine machine you have to show us, thanks
So far a page of absolute gold, diggin the colour scheme of the clamont and that stem on the merckx
I've got a soft spot for retro TT bikes and the two on this page are really interesting. That Merckx is just stunning. Great paint, parts, build, everything. Absolutely perfect.
nice simple refurb, russells.
easy to get lost in the sea of recent bike p0rn, but in isolation, it's pretty sweet.
Not quite something anything we could ride but a little project I just finished for my grandkids (when I get some but we've all done project bikes without really needing them).
That looks great, good job!
When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments- Elizabeth West.
That is a really impressive job on the tricycle. Congratulations!
Superb job, well done
incredible tricycle! ive been hunting for one for my kids...
About to start one of these for my boy, actually.
Brings back memories, I had one just like it when I was a kid. Nice job!
+1 Awesome barely covers it
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
Yep...just went thru the photo album, also had the same one... because I was a lanky string bean kid, I used to sit in the back and my feet would reach the pedals. Cant recall if I was 6 years old or 26..
Top job Ken..
When in doubt......mumble.
looks pretty sweet.
Rossin Strada Professional. 10s campag, ambrosios, concor.
I notice your frames are starting to get a little larger or is it my imagination?
Perhaps marginally. This is 56.5tt.
yeah, dan's finally hit puberty.
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