Tuesday, December 29, 2009

462: John's Xtracycle

Trek 7500fx. Mostly Velo-Orange parts. New headset, Tourist bars, Model 8 seat, front fender, cork handgrips.

Photo courtesy John Tubbs.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Update to 454: Cap's Xtracycle

An update from Cap in Tulsa. Brr!

1st snow ride (16miles) on an Xtracycle with studded snow tires a success.

Photo courtesy Doug
Originally featured as #454

Sunday, December 20, 2009

461: Clichée Suisse's Big Dummy

A gorgeous specimen!

Photos courtesy Clichée Suisse

460: Anon Stanford Xtracycle

Spotted on the Stanford campus today. It appears to be a well loved Xtracycle.


Thursday, December 17, 2009

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

458: Beckie de Fuego's Xtracycle

Snagged off of Twitter

@xtracycle RAD!!! Love mine all PC white- full
set- FreeRad, V-Racks, AdventureRack, WideLoaders! I'm a lucky girl http://yfrog.com/3345xej

Saturday, December 12, 2009

457: Little Rollers Big Dummy

Spotted at the SF Bike Expo. The kids were clearly used to travelling by BD... they hopped right on!! I forgot to ask his name, but I'm pretty sure he was part of the Little Rollers booth.

Cool rig. He has a Pugsley fork and tires on it for a mega plush ride.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

455: Chris' Xtracycle

Here's another for the gallery. Mid 80's mountain bike. Many changes over the years. A few more with the Xtracycle switch.

Chris in Iowa

Sunday, December 6, 2009

454: Cap's Xtracycle

Hello from beautiful Tulsa, Oklahoma.

These are some photo's of my Xtracycle/Schwinn, my bikes name is Moab(for obvious reason's). Moab is my main commuter, I ride him to work 16 miles each way, I also ride him to get grub and other sundry's.



Friday, December 4, 2009

453: Gregg's Xtracycle 2.0

This is Gregg checking out the Radish at the SF Bike Expo.

Gregg is a co-worker, good friend and rabid cyclist who has finally succumbed to Xtracycle fever.

Here is the two step processs.

Brings home the goods...

Starts truckin' that day!!

And then, sends me this:

Hi John,

Sad to say but the I.F. was too tired and flexy for the X.

What you see here is version 2.0; a NOS 1996 stumpy.

MUCH better with nearly no flex.

Have a great day.


(I had to ask... NOS stands for "new old stock." Bike shop term. Now you know!)

Check the booties!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

452: Nicole's New Radish

Photos courtesy Bill Swingle, an early adopter of the new Peapod LT (on Flickr)

Happy kid!!

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