Here is the first post of photos of bikes you guys have sent me. I've made the photos small, but they get bigger when you click on them.
The first photos come from Bill Talbot. The Gitane is my favorite; go to the link to see details. The blue bike is a Mercian Audax. The white machine is a 1971 Raleigh Grand Prix 650B Conversion1971. That red Richard Sachs is okay too, if you go in for gorgeous and superbly constructed frames, but where are the fenders? ;<) Here is the link to more pics.
On the right is a very nice city bike, a Rudge, that is Brian Trout's favorite bike.
Richard Pressel writes: "Here is my bike. It is a steel frame I had copper plated. It has wood fenders, green anodized wheels, moustache handle bars with bar end brakes, downtube 8 speed index shifter with Mega range rear sprocket and 3 front chain rings. Topping it off is a green Brooks seat with copper rivets and rails. This is a rider and I put over 1500 miles since I put it together last summer including a tour of the Upper Pennisula in Michigan. Oh yes, it is called the "Copper Bopper"."
Also, I have the first Velo Orange Rando frame and I'll take and post photos of it late today.