Thursday, January 24, 2013

Taking the Schwinn out for a Spin

Lately I find myself riding my old steel bikes for than my aluminum bike with clipless pedals. After a five mile run earlier this morning, I hopped on my Schwinn Le Tour and did 3 laps around White Rock Lake. I must say the run did take a lot out of me, but overall I feel I had a good ride. Here's a video I took with my Go Pro camera. Enjoy. Here is a link to the video directly on Youtube if for some reason it's not visible on this page. See link


  1. For some reason the video is not working. ??????

  2. Greg,

    Try logging out of Google and then refreshing my page again. My page uses old script embedding so it may not be visible if viewing from Blogger. I'm not sure if this will work, but is worth a try. I can see the video on my browser.

  3. Bingo! Got it to work! Good work on the video! Fun to watch it! Keep em coming!

  4. So if I found an old huffy your saying its of very little not sure but I think its around the early I ask again is there a market for old huffy bicycles?

    1. There is a market for British made Huffy 3-speeds from around that era. The Huffy Sportsman was made by Raleigh bicycles of England is is usually a good collector's bike. Huffy's from the 40's and 50's, such as the Huffy Radiobike, are also highly collectable therefore also valuable. Bike boom era to modern day Huffy bikes have little to no value in the collector's market. I hope this answers your question.