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Archive Bicycles 2007

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Here are bicycles we've recycled, assembled, installed, tuned, restored, or just looked at. We are proud to have seen some of the finest cycling machines in the world, and also some of the worst.

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Track Bicycles


Alan Shorter track bicycle (1970s; London)


Brooklyn Machine Works track bicycle (2007; New York) BMW offered their new super pista to Austin Horse, our nuovo King of New York Alleycats and North American Cycle Courier Champ.


EAI Bare Knuckle track bicycle (2007)


EAI Bare Knuckle track bicycle (2007) Paul wanted a "steeley" track bike. This has Novatec-Mavic wheels, Miche Primato cranks, Nitto bars, Brooks Swift saddle and leather bar tape.


Colnago track bicycle (1990; Italy)


Frejus Pista track bicycle (c.1960; Torino, Italy; #86005)


Hetchins track bicycle (England) This violet one has serial number 27574.


Nagasawa track bicycle (1980s; Japan)



Panasonic track bicycle (1990s; Japan) Guess what saddle goes on top.


Tim Paterek track bicycle (USA) A rare one from the master framebuilding teacher.


SadiLah track bicycle (2007; San Diego) The handmade passion of frame-builder Chuck Schlesinger speaks for itself.


Sport Title track bicycle (1980s; USSR) With original handlebars, stem, crankset and pedals.


Takhion track bicycle (1980s; Ukraine, USSR) More about Takhion bicycles


Unknown track bicycle (c.1940; America)


XB3 Rekord track bicycle (1980s; Kharkov, Ukraine, USSR) Translation: KhVZ, Record. Only the frame is made in USSR. The chrome fork, wheels, bars, cranks, seat and post are from parts here and there.


Zeus track bicycle (Spain)


Fixed-Gear & Single-Speed Bicycles


Bob Jackson fixed-gear bicycle (England)


EAI Bare Knuckle fixed-gear freestyle bicycle (2007) Does this have bikesnobnyc written all over it?


Frejus Junior fixed-gear bicycle (c.1970; Italy) Some in-progress pictures of this 24-inch wheel classic.


Fuji fixed-gear bicycle (2007) Eddie installed a CETMA front carrier, and changed the decals to read FU II.


Fuji fixed-gear road bicycle (1980s; Japan) Ian got it repainted two-tone by Color Factory, then equipped with Sugino RD cranks, Novatech-Mavic wheels, Nitto Pearl stem, bull-horn TT bars, and Brooks saddle.


Gan Well Pro Chastelli fixed-gear bicycle (Japan)


Kirk Terraplane fixed-gear bicycle (2007; Boseman, Montana)


Moth fixed-gear track bicycle (2007; NYC-Taiwan) The 21-inch (55cm) frame with black and white components.


Moth fixed-gear track bicycle (2007; NYC-Taiwan) Here's the 19-inch (53cm) frame with black and red paint.


Peugeot fixed-gear bicycle (1980s; France)


Raleigh Technium fixed-gear bicycle (1990s)


Soma Delancey fixed-gear bicycle (2007)


Hors Category Cycles


Ride-Rite Advanta semi-recumbent bicycle (1990s; USA) Aaron got a new one of these, made by Clive Buckler a decade ago.


Schwinn Paramount track bicycle (February 1971; Chicago; #B7107) It took almost eight years to find the best parts for this baby Paramount. The frame is all chrome and Nervex lugs, with natual patina in original condition. It has Campagnolo headset, bottom bracket and cranks, seatpost, with 24-inch tubulars, Fiamme 28-hole rims, Campy low flange front hub and Suntour Superbe Pro high-flange rear, with Campy cog. Cinelli 36cm bars with Toshi leather tape.


Specialized downhill bicycle (2006; USA)


Road Racing Bicycles


Cervelo P3 road time trial bicycle (2007; Canada) It's the Naterator's triathlon winning machine.


Moser Leader road racing bicycle (2000; Italy) Kate's special filet-brazed Tekno Koncept Dedacciai frameset, with expander-bolt seatpost, and compatible Campagnolo and Shimano 9-speed.


Motobecane Jubilee Sport bicycle (1980s; France)


Peugeot road bicycle (1980s; France)


Tour of California road racing bicycles (2007) We saw the CSC Cervelo of stage-winner Jens Voigt, the TT saddle of GC overalls Levi Leipheimer, the rainbow Bettini.


Trek Madone 5.9 road bicycle (2005; Wisconsin)


Road Touring Bicycles


Johnny Coast road touring bicycle (2006; Brooklyn)


Gunnar Sports road bicycle (2007; USA) Bill's gunna love his Gunnar, with stylish blue and green highlights.


Hetchins road touring bicycle (1960s; London) Probably a Vade Mecum model, with Reynolds 531 tubes, GB bars and stem, Simplex front shifter, Cyclo Benelux rear derailleur, Stronglight cranks (half-step gearing), Weinmann Vainqueur 999 brakes, 27" alloy clincher rims.


W. B. Hurlow road touring bicycle (England)


Miyata Seventen touring bicycle (c.1990; Japan) Taliah's around town classic, with Suntour Superbe Pro cranks and brakes, Gimpieme sealed-cartridge hubs and Mavic rims, Schwalbe Marathon and Avocet Cross tires, Cinelli bars and stem, Shimano pedals and Wald baskets.


Raleigh International road touring bicycle (1970s; England) with Pletscher front rack Modell VM and Tubus rear carrier.


Thorn Nomad expedition touring bicycle (2007; Bridgewater, Somerset, England)


Waterford R200 road bicycle (2002; USA)


Roadster & Cruiser Bicycles


A. Boisis road touring bicycle (1960s; Paris) A lugged frame of Durifort tubes, with 27" wheels, Philippe handlebars, Mafac "Racer" brakes, T.A. crankset with chainguard, Huret derailleur, Milremo pump, and Uginox stainless fenders.


Bianchi Alante three-speed roadster bicycle (1980s) Another custom assembly for Karl, "the Duke," with found objects. Let's flip the bars upside-down and put on a three-speed hub.


Diamond single-speed roadster bicycle (2007; India) Another one for the bicycle boys of Sutton Place.


Pake Urban roadster bicycle (2007; San Francisco)


Raleigh Sports roadster bicycle (1970s; England) with metal fishing basket and hand-operated auto-tone plunger horn.


Folding & Small-Wheel Bicycles


Dave and Buster's folding bicycle (2006; China)


Fly bmx bicycle (2006; Spain) with 22 x 8 sprockets.


Lowrider LES chopper bicycle (2006; NYC-China)


Raleigh Chukka bicycle (1970s; England) Sophie's bike posed in Taliah's studio, for this painting.


SE Racing "P.K. Ripper" bmx bicycle (Long Beach, PA) The "most sought after bmx bike of all time," named for Perry Kramer.


West Coast Choppers bicycle (2006; California)