| hey...I have a cool old bike kicking around and Im not sure what to do with it - its from the 1930s I think....its called "The Sterling" and it was made by the Westfield Manufacturing Company (I think they made Columbia bicycles as well)....anyways..its blue...paint is pretty good..it has the old fashioned drop kickstand..old tires...even a weird little Springfield Mass liscence tag on the rear fender....I was thinking ebay..but...its way too hard to consider shipping a bike - email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to see pictures - I wouldnt mind trading for some of the random junk I like to collect (bottles....beer cans.....weird old tools.....books)....I live in Westfield if anybody wants to check it out|
| Can you post some pictures of it?|
The guys at oldroads talked about 1930-something Sterling on TV last year.
| I am selling a 1977 or 1979 Harry Quinn "team" frame.|
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| Sold this frame 2/10/06. Still have some Campy parts.|
| i have a very nice.original firecat for sale with the hard to find flamed seat.chrome and paint are both very nice.250+shipping.email firstname.lastname@example.org for a pic.|
| Hello, I have to store my bicycle outdoors now and I need a good protective cover, the only problem is I want one in green and the stores only sell black or clear. Anybody know who's selling?|
| I checked ebay there are a number of different covers but no green.If you are storing for the winter months how about one of those cheap tarps from Harbor Freight or Mr Seconds.If your not too proud I think it would be drier than the covers I saw because you could comepletely inclose the bike.Some are green too.Cut to size with a couple of grommets added and a couple of bungie cords you would have a water tight cover.Lay it on the ground roll the bike on fold it over the bike and fasten with the bungies.I cover 10 or 12 bikes in the back yard under one cover. Cover and bikes are holding up well here in the north east over the last couple of years.|
| 80's Colnago, '85 Peugeot Carbon Fibre, and 1966 Bottecchia.|
Tell me what you want the most.
| Tell me more about the bottechia, send pics if poss.|