** 2012 59cm A Homer HIlsen.
The only double-tuber around so far and it just barely fit. The gap between them is so small, the adventurous/dumb have been known to get fingers stuck in there. She tows a trailer sometimes and has a tendency to swap handlebars every now and then. Homer has seen many iterations, and each one seems to get better and better. There's not a whole lot this bike can't do.
** 2008 56-58cm-ish Surly CrossCheck.
Was previously owned by B of @ultraromance fame, but has worked its way down a line of a few owners and Jenny picked it up last year. These days it's running as a fixed gear (perfect for her headwind-y commute), and it's a blast to ride. Also set up with JK's favorite bar, the Nitto B617.
** 1991 56cm Bridgestone CB-0 http://www.sheldonbrown.com/bridgestone/1991/pages...
Got the frame for free from a good buddy (incidentally, the same buddy who once told her back in the day that Rivendell was hiring). Spencer found the fork. Rich built the wheels. Brian provided the crankset, which Robert hand-filed. Friendly bike. Wheels and seatpost are pitlocked to deter would-be SF thieves. Perfect lock-up-go-anywhere-do-anything-anywhere-tank-of-a-bike that handles SF potholes, impromptu campouts, and mega-grocery runs with ease.
** SOLD 1982 54cm Bridgestone Regulus fixie. You may see it around Oakland/Berkeley one of these days.
More coming soon!
86.5pbh / 74.5ish saddle height