What a dad! Lee Colton put together this Giant Hybrid for his daughter last weekend. Decorated by her, it is the only colored duck-tape bike we know of in Franklin County. Good job Lee.
Bill and John fixed up these two commuter bikes for themselves at our new and improved stations.
How far does the Folkbike go? All the way to the Windy City for Steve Birenberg, the owner of this handsome Fuji Royale 2.
Elana Bomford-Moore is now an official explorer; so watch out for her and Dora on the road!
Liam outgrew his 12" bike and was excited to trade it in for this cool little 16" Schwinn Pixie cruiser. With it's shiny full chrome fenders, whitewall tires, and low slung frame, he'll be cruising in retro cool style.
It didn't take long for Jay to say yes to this Giant Yukon, a perfect bike for commuting around town. Already an avid cyclist, Jay wanted to give his road bike a rest on short rides across the bridge. With Planet Bike fenders, and new ergo grips, this Yukon will do the trick!
Balou Rodgers is the new owner of this stylish beach cruiser made by AMF some time in the late 1970's, and named after Smurfette, the first female smurf. This is her first bike! She will be using it to ride with her two beautiful children and husband in Columbus, OH. Enjoy Balou.
How many of us are lucky enough to have the bike we grew up with? Shea Hogan is that lucky. Her shortcake has been hanging in the rafters of her childhood garage for over twenty years. It is back from its rust and funk slumber. A baby sitting tool, it is now ready to entertain any little girl her friends can throw at her.
Christened the Jolly Rodger, this wonderful English 5 speed is the newest addition to my personal fleet. Bought at Goodwill for a song and then restored down to the monogrammed lugs, this bike is a dream to ride. The Brooks B66 saddle is the most comfortable saddle I've sat on. Not bad, since it's over 30 years old!
This handsome Cannondale from 1986-87 was given new life after a long stay in a Tennessee basement. Walk/Bike vice chairman John Lawson proudly displays his first aluminum frame bike. Nice and light, huh Johnny?