Late 70’s / early 80’s Whitehorn built Malvern Star Track
Early 90’s Europa Track
60’s Super Elliotts Track
Unknown Road (that was my first fixed conversion). In pieces.
Waiting to be built: 1930’s Lewis Pathracer.
80’s “Raleigh” Track.
70’s Malvern Star SL500 ladies step-through
Waiting to be built: 1950’s ladies step-through single speed
Chinese made Malvern Star being made to a SS for a friend.
Repco Traveller ladies step-through, being slowly fixed up for ebay.
Two Super Elliotts ladies step through frames.
A Hudco single speed utility bike, with no BB or crankset (that’s on my Super Elliotts track bike).
I mean all this is about is showing off and saying that you have the best shit, but you cant ride for shit and dont race, even though you have racing specs and parts, which just provs a general point that fixie posers are wasting good bikes.
On-One inbred Mtb Single Speed
Kona Explosive Mtb Single Speed
Fuji “do everything” track bike (it has done the Alpine Classic 200, raced track, raced dirt crits, tour of the burbs, backwards circles and many alley cats before segments of the non radio crowd fsked them up)
Kennedy Track bike.
'80s europe road bike '07 ultegra on it.
Specialized 29er stump jumper Single Speed
Specialized Roubaix SL
Specialized Tri Cross Single Speed (Flat bars and freewheel)
-faggin track, c-record mostly. - this is the bike i have in australia, all the rest are back in nyc.
-hoffy track, full record. - main work bike, looks like hell but treats me very nicely.
-reminton njs track, dura-ace. - there is no reason for me to own this. second reminton i’ve owned.
-paconi track, record. - bought while here.
-d’accordi road, shimano 600. - hadn’t ridden this much outside of long training rides.
-kenevans road, just got today, a mish-mash of componentry…
-1981 bianchi piaggio track, record. - was my main work bike for a while, now it sits around.
-bob jackson single speed. - the cruiser.
and probably double that in bikes that i’ve had & sold/traded.