86 pbh / 75ish saddle height
2012 59cm A. Homer Hilsen
The only 59cm double-tuber around so far and the second tube just barely fit. The gap between the tubes is so small, the adventurous have been known to get fingers and thumbs stuck in there. She tows a trailer sometimes and has a tendency to swap handlebars every now and then. There's not a whole lot this bike can't do. FAQs: the struts on the fork are something she uses to clip her panniers to and the bars are Nitto B617. Oh, and why the second top tube? Because, why not?
Newest addition to Jenny's stable. Was a project for years, and finally completed in the summer of 2016. As of this writing (winter 2016) she's only had the chance to ride it for a few weeks, due to a slow-healing broken foot injury that happened back in August. Fixed gear, 42x16. Set up with Jenny's favorite bar: the Nitto B617 Promenade.
59cm Vista Elite
Jenny's two-speed single speed. The bike came out of a dumpster and was loaded with all kinds of Dura Ace (who would throw something like this away?!). Jenny stripped it, cleaned it, and re-built it up as a zippy around-towner. Freewheel, 44x17. Dove bars.
50.5cm Trek "?"
4x4 Knee Scooter
Jenny broke her foot in August of 2016 and spent 18 weeks (yes, EIGHTEEN WEEKS) in a cast. Unstoppable, she rolled around the warehouse packing your orders with the help of this double-top-tuber+basketed knee scooter. This one has some sweet glow in the dark OURY grips, a Dutch selfie bell, and stops with the power of drum brake.