1968 (?) Falcon San Remo Single Speed
1968 Schwinn Twinn single Speed
1973 Raliegh International
1974 Schwinn Suburban
1978 Peugeot Super Competition
1986 (?) Ross Mount Whitney with a Nu-Vinci CVT hub
1986 (?) Suteki Mixte (My wife's)
1992 Univega Ultraleggera
2010 Dahon internally geared 8 speed folder
Plus my daughter's two bicycles, and my tools, and my 1901 Oldsmobile Replica.
As I said before, I took on a car hobby as I fell out of bikes; cars move under their own power and I can be relatively lazy.
Back to the beginning of this entry though - Friday, I am riding my Univega Home. I posted my Peugeot snag on Bikeforums, and one of the members contacted me to see if I could get my bike to Southwest Frameworks here in Dallas so they could match the color, as he is restoring the same model. I talked to David from Southwest today, and we are going to hook up next week so he can take a color match. In the meantime, I need to get my Peugeot up here, and take the Univega home. I hate to haul bikes on the back of my car, because it is hell on my paint, so I'm going to ride the Univega home and then ride the Peugeot up here on Saturday. David is going to come here and take me and the bike to his shop one day in the next couple of weeks. I've met David before at some of the "retro picnics" he throws, and I am looking forward to seeing some of the bikes he is working on in his shop. I will report back here with plenty of photos.
I'm writing this entry in advance of my ride, so if it is published and I never show up again, there is a good chance that I expired on my ride home, or just got lazy and gave up cycling again. Or maybe just gave up blogging. Or went blind. Actually, I guess you can't jump to any conclusions if I never show up agian, because there are many things that could happen to me that could prevent me from making my next entry.
Cold comfort, indeed. Let's hope I make another entry soon.