Volenteering at the Bike Co Op after closing hours. Cool bike stuff here.

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I finished the Univega, and it is ready to be put up for sale. It has the red fork.
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Retail project number 2. We need some more TALL FRAME ROAD BIKES on this forum. Here is a B I G 1981 Schwinn Sports Tourer.
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Here is random bike stuff.

This Huffy beach cruiser in brand new condition.
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Some banana seat bikes.
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An original Anthony Brothers Convert O Trike. This trike can turn into a mini penny farthing bike. http://classiccycleus.com/home/anthony-brothers-convert-o-trike/
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A 1980s Faggin racing bike.
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A kids' unicycle. A true hipster bike. No brakes, plastic wheel, and it is a fixed gear.
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Puch. More TALL FRAME ROAD BIKES! This bike has internal cable routing.
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Here are some latest models.
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A Schwinn kids bike and a Miyata with the smallest headtube ever.
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Antlers. Inspired by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bull's_Head .
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A Miyata with Stickers.
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An old step-through bike.
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Another Miyata.
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An updated bike forks picture.
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A Cannondale and an Araya.
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Bieks!
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Singlespeed or multispeed touring bike.
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An Italy bike!
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This seat. There is a second one.
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A 1990s Centurion. And a 1950s Hercules.
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Toptube shifters?!?
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And the piece de resistance! A wooden, recumbent, rickshaw.
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The gold Huffy looks like it was never ridden, even the headlight lens looks new. You can tell what year it is by the serial number, starting with 8H would be a 1968 bike, 1H a 1971, etc.
I don't know. I heard the owner doesn't like people touching it.