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It’s been awhile since we’ve posted our dream bikes, so hey, why not start a new thread.
Personally, I’ve been spending lots of time looking at Rivendells, particularly ones like Grant Petersen’s Atlantis:
I want this:
I’d pay 500 to see you do a century on that.
Find me 100 miles of downhill roads.
you gotta flintstone it and i’m in for 500
Get me that bike and I will flintstone it 100 miles for $1000.
yeah, i need to think before i post stuff like that because you’re crazy enough to do it. luckily neither lyle or myself specified 500 of what.
I noticed that, which is why I specified before I found myself pushing that around for 100 miles.
My dream bike is one that was not previously owned. One day…
Specialized S-Works + McLaren Venge
I bought my dream bike.
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iPhone was being a dick about copying the link. As usual, dropbox to the rescue!
My dream bike changes every day, however, a pack of 100 5mm allen wrenches would be nice!
But my current lust is
We bought our dream bike too
I dream about riding it more
This frame hangs above the computer at thick:
I’ve actually dreamt about buying it. I wish I could afford it.
Nate, the plastic grocery bags really ruin the elegance.
While not especially aesthetically pleasing… the Co-Motion Americano Rohloff struck me the other day as my dream utilitarian commuter bike. Especially coupled to a Bikes at Work trailer.
Before I found my craigslist 1980’s mixte I wanted the A-Line from Sweet Pea Bicycles .
Now for the future I’m liking the Public bikes like this one:
Ok, I thought I was over having dream bikes and such. Wrong. Pedersen.
I dig Pedersens, but I couldn’t ride one without a yellow seat. And a Chiquita sticker…
… and a basket of fruit on your head? That Pedersen is AWESOME!
Dream bike #2: A.N.T. Bike Light Roadster (Probably with a Sturmey Archer S3X 3-Speed Fixed hub)
An ANT bike is on my short list as well. Real short. Like, give it a month assuming all goes according to plan.
+1 ANT roadster, although I’d likely go singlespeed/fixed.
+2 for ANT.
Also, the original Ira Ryan porteur is very awesome.
That is a nice Ryan. If only someone had matching pedals to go with it…
Ooooo, what model/specs, Brad???
Custom touring bike. Still sort of working out specs.
That framebuilding class looks sweet. I’m thinking of saving up my pennies for 2012.
I’ll have a full report once I’m back. Ant Bike Mike is about the nicest and smartest guy you’ll come across in the bike industry, I really can’t fathom this not being mind blowing awesome.
Wow, what a cool idea. IF I ever win the lottery, I’ll buy everyone in this thread the six-week class!
@headloss I can agree to those terms, as well
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