Hi all! My name is Bart, from "Twente" the Netherlands. I am reading and seeing all kinds of good stuff on this forum for a couple of years and I like the style of bicycles I see here. Now I wanted to share some builds with you guys on this forum. Thats me on my Klunker bike during a 50km race. More pictures below. I work as a Mechanical Engineer and sold my thirsty car to go cycling nearly every day. In the title I promised some pictures so: My singlespeed daily ride. 28" wheels with a Shimano CB-e110 hub. 48-18 teeth combination and average speeds of 30km/hr (18.64 Mph). With my self built one wheel trailer. Older daily with a Sturmey Archer S2C kickshift hub and coaster brake. Also a daily from a while ago, now it has a different colour: With a Sturmey Archer RX RC5 for a rear hub, belt drive and hope front brakes, this was quite an expensive build. A fixed gear with 28" sparta moped wheels and wooden handlebars. This was a really cheap build which was made with leftover parts. My 24" Klunker bike. Most cheap and fun mountainbike I ever had. It features 24x3.0 tires and a Sturmey Archer S1C singlespeed hub. Some bicycles are sold, some still in my shed. And my currect projects: A (1988?) Union Transporter. 24” rear wheel and 20” front. Disassembled it, cleaned the bicycle and all parts, repaired the Shimano Type B hub. Put some big fat tires on the bike. Now I am working on the “bulky” wooden box on the front. To be continued… The Concorde American Eagle. A bike for commuting/vacation trips. 26” wheels with Schwalbe table top tires. Sturmey Archer wheels with drum brakes. I love the retro vibe on this one! I built a front and low rear rack. It is mostly a front loader bike. To do’s: Shifter and brake cables. Maybe some fenders, haven’t decided yet… And back in the day, me and my brother participated in BMX racing for several years. I think this forum can appreciate the retro pictures: If I missed anything or you have questions about bikes/parts… just ask them!