What Bikes did you add in 2021?

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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
As my collection has grown space becomes more of an issue so I slowed down this year and only added five bikes to my collection. So what did you add? Here's mine:

1940 Mead Ranger Deluxe
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1887 Victor Light Roadster
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1934 Mead Ranger
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1950 Legnano Tipo with Paris Roubaix shifter
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1917 Sears Chief (photo credit-Dave Stromberger @Dave Stromberger)
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Iverider

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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1935 Dayton/Huffman built up as a cruiser at a mere 31 pounds. Still need to make some aluminum truss rods and install the stainless fenders I bought for it. This frame and fork were separated at some point in there life—thanks to 2 CABErs selling them to me, they're back together. Eventually this will probably get sold or put back together with correct parts. For now I'll enjoy not spending $100 on 1" pitch chain. As you can see, it's not exactly my size.

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1993 Little 500 Race Bike

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Not new to me and not really old, but an instant classic—I finally outfitted this Truss Frame built by Mike Flanigan in Mass. to a state that I like. Still considering brazing on some brake bosses so I can ditch the coaster brake and make it more offroad-friendly. 2-speed kick backs offroad SUCK.
 

Archie Sturmer

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
This year I made good progress towards my resolution not to buy any more project bikes - almost half as many (quantity not quality) compared to prior years.
No pictures, but more stats: about half were 26” and half 28”.
The biggest offenders were Colsons and Great Westerns.
On the road— to recovery, that is.
Woo-hoo; less-than-half as last-year’s!
Knock on wood, (with two weeks left).

The biggest offender was Colson again(?).
The top two (price wise) tho, I do not even know their dates yet.
 
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