Show of your bike by brand or model.
heres some of mine
1964 sierra and 1977 stingray 3 speed
67 schwinn stingray custom trike, owned by my younger brother has s-2 rear wheels and sun front rim with drum brake
1968 schwinn apple krate also owned by my younger brother
schwinn typhoon cant remember the year
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1997 Rolling Rock
2009 New Belgium Fat Tire
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I don't even know where to start. There are so many of them that I've had, and they all have been fun to ride and work on and talk about with the other bike fans on here.
So in no particular order, a few of our Schwinns:
Riding the '95 Rolling Rock on Block Island:
My wife's killer '47 DX, built last year:
And again with some of the Stingrays in the living room:
'67 violet Collegiate resto (bare metal repaint):
My favorite rider, '65 Collegiate, coppertone with "dangerous" top tube shifter:
Yeah, I had to buy a Black Friday in the box:
My nicest Stingray, Jan '66 coppertone Deluxe:
Wife's 72 Lil Chik, my 71 Fastback:
They're not for show! 71 Grey Ghost, bare metal restoration:
72 and 68 Stingrays:
More living room bikes:
Can't wait for this weather again:
I don't have good pics of the other 50... :O
Keep em rolling!
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My $25.00 Rust Bucket I bought last month. It has been stripped and the frame primered. The serial # indicates it is from August 1963.
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Here's a pic of my kids with their Schwinns... His is a 1961 20" double straight bar Tornado; Her's is a 1956 20" Spitfire.
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That's awesome! I'm looking to get a 24" Straightbar Schwinn for my 11 year old boy. I figure we could build it together - kind of a warm up for building him a car in a few years
i have several Schwinn in my collection.
just now getting photos to a photobucket account.
heres one i call "Phatrat".
Now, that's just awesomely cool!
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