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hoofhearted

Saint Lactose The Tolerant
Newest ….. 1935 Shelby-Built King B.

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Oldest ….. 1901 Hendee-Built Indian - Special Racer.

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Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Oldest--1898 Schwinn The World Model 22
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Newest--1970 Schwinn Cotton Picker
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...and a whole bunch of stuff in between!
 

partsguy

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
My oldest are my 1955 Huffy’s. My newest is a 1991 Western Flyer.

At one time, my oldest bike was a 1947 Hawthorne but I never got around to that restoration.
 

mike j

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I don't no how to say this without being negative, which is something that I strive not to do, but, that girl is beyond homely. If there was ever a postage child for a part out, this is it. The first one is a real beauty, however.
 

ranman

Wore out three sets of tires already!
As far as collectable bikes go. Not talking about your MTB or Carbon Road bike here, just what most would consider "collectable". I have a one off Bruce Gordon from back in the day's when he was building them here in Eugene, but I don't count that one. I had a TOC bike but sold it since I couldn't afford to do it justice. Oldest now, 34 Elgin and newest mid 55 Schwinn. The vast majority of what I have are late 40's to mid 50's with the exception of a 66 or 67 Raleigh Sprite 5 speed.
1901 Cleveland and 1952 Colson

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TR6SC

I live for the CABE
Old, 1881 Columbia Standard. This is an open head ordinary.
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The spoke nipple at the rim had not yet been figured out.
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Early mushroom mounting step.
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New. 1965 Raleigh DL1. This bike goes back to the early days of the twentieth century.
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The Chinese have copied this British icon and the have produced more bikes than Toyota and Honda cars combined. The Chinese version in called the Flying Pigeon.

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It's got rod actuated brakes and 3-speeds. It's a wonderful ride.


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piercer_99

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
my newest is actually my oldest, well as in that I bought it new when I got out of high school in 1978, and there is not much stock about it now.

1978 Huffy Good Vibrations (could be the only one of it's kind rolling on Lobdell hoops and New Departure hubs.
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it looked like this when I got it 41 years ago.
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Now the Huffy isn't really a collectible bicycle, it just has a permanent spot because I still have it, and it has been stole twice, only to come back home both times.

The newest collectible would be my 1963 Otasco Flying O Lancer.

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then my actual oldest in age is either my 1929 Westfield GJ-1 Roadster or my 1920's Pierce BR Amateur Sprint Racer, as it is really hard to nail down a date the Pierce's, it is what it is.

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All of my bikes are ridden regularly.
 

Bill in Bama

Finally riding a big boys bike
my newest is actually my oldest, well as in that I bought it new when I got out of high school in 1978, and there is not much stock about it now.

1978 Huffy Good Vibrations (could be the only one of it's kind rolling on Lobdell hoops and New Departure hubs.
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it looked like this when I got it 41 years ago.
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Now the Huffy isn't really a collectible bicycle, it just has a permanent spot because I still have it, and it has been stole twice, only to come back home both times.

The newest collectible would be my 1963 Otasco Flying O Lancer.

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then my actual oldest in age is either my 1929 Westfield GJ-1 Roadster or my 1920's Pierce BR Amateur Sprint Racer, as it is really hard to nail down a date the Pierce's, it is what it is.

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All of my bikes are ridden regularly.
I dig the 63. Im a 63 and that bike has cosmic class!
 

Brutuskend

I live for the CABE
my newest is actually my oldest, well as in that I bought it new when I got out of high school in 1978, and there is not much stock about it now.

1978 Huffy Good Vibrations (could be the only one of it's kind rolling on Lobdell hoops and New Departure hubs.
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it looked like this when I got it 41 years ago.
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Now the Huffy isn't really a collectible bicycle, it just has a permanent spot because I still have it, and it has been stole twice, only to come back home both times.

The newest collectible would be my 1963 Otasco Flying O Lancer.

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then my actual oldest in age is either my 1929 Westfield GJ-1 Roadster or my 1920's Pierce BR Amateur Sprint Racer, as it is really hard to nail down a date the Pierce's, it is what it is.

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All of my bikes are ridden regularly.
Amazing that it got jacked TWICE and you still have it! Thumbs way up...
 
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