Hey folks. I put up some photos of my bicycles collection over a year ago. I put up all my bikes. Now, I’m back with new bikes. I’m only focusing on the classic bikes this time around, excluding my Haro Mountain bike, and my Mongoose BMX bike. Hope y’all like’em. I couldn’t ask for a better hobby to be in.
My prized possession, and crown jewel of my collection. The 1968 Columbia Longboy 5 speed. This is the only 5 speed I have seen in green. All others have been in a copper color. She rides like a dream, handles awesome for such a heavy and long bike.
A 1966 Schwinn Stingray Fastback 5 speed, and a 1968 Columbia Playbike.
This is a Vista Coqliette, picked up from a local thrift store by my girlfriend. It appears to be all original, except for the handlebar grips. It didn’t have any when she bought it. Early made Vista’s were made by the Columbia bicycle company. That might explain why the rear half of the bike is basically the same as my other two Columbia bicycles.
Not sure of the year on this bike. MAYBE the 40′s or 50′s. Or 60′s at the latest. It’s a AMF Roadmaster Jr. convertible bicycle, picked up from the same thrift store that the Vista came from by my mom.
A GT Pro Performer from the mid-late 80′s. This one is far from stock, but still very fun to ride.
This is my Skyway 280-TA. Far from stock, but very fun to ride.
And that does it. Thanks for looking!