This is a 1985 Fuji Specialized Stump Jumper Sport in black (the Team edition comes in purple, the standard in red). So this one definitely needs some love, but it will be sooooo worth it when you’re done. I actually think some of that grease and dirt is protecting the chrome (see my refection in the photo of the headset below). These early Stump Jumpers couldn’t be built any stronger. They actually use motorcycle components on ‘em.
This is a 1986 Fuji Sundance in Slate (as opposed to the Winner Red color option). It needs some work, but has unlimited potential to be an incredible commuting, touring, or bike camping bicycle. Here’s why…
This is a Schwinn Twin Tandem built in Chicago in June of 1978. How do we know the month? Schwinn has an incredible database with every serial number they ever made. This one has a 5 speeds in the back and a rear drum brake. It’s sort of one size fits all.
This is a 1983 Diamondback Mean Streak vintage mountain bike, as in one of the first Diamondback mountain bikes ever made.
This is a 1987 Miyata 100 “Mixte” (it might be a 85, 87, or 88 but probably not a 1989) with limitless potential for creating joyful and sustainable transportation for its future rider. And look at all of those beautiful triangles! Strong beautiful triangles everywhere!