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More Photos from Toronto's Fourth Annual Vintage Bike Show
Photos by Andrew Bacchus
CBN's fourth annual Vintage Bike Show took place on Sunday July 26, at Toronto's Trinity Bellwoods Park. Bike enthusiasts and collectors brought their vintage bikes out of storage to show them off for all to see and it couldn't have been a more perfect day for such and event! Check out our second set of photos from the event below!
Bob Chomko from Blue Bayou Bikes - Says you can tell how old the frame of the bike is by the frame design and saddle design (above).
Close up of a vintage lock/key steering adjustment (above). Spokes (below)
Riders Cycle Shop brought out vintage bikes for the show in a vintage van!
Brett represented Cycle Toronto at the event while staying shaded form the scorching sun heat (below).
Lorne Shields of "The Wheelmen" started in 1969. Lorne joined way back in 1972 (below).
Sunshine Cycles built right in London, Ontario (below)
John Ewasyn enjoying the weather and the show! (above)
Close up of an old vintage Brooks Saddle (above).
The event went off without a hitch and the weather appeared to smile down on the city Sunday as the CBN's (Community Bike Network) fourth Vintage Bike Show ran from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. For more information about CBN's events or general information check out their website at www.communitybicyclenetwork.org
Thanks to Andrew Bacchus for these awesome dandy photos!
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