Ok, so they're not road bikes, or mountain bikes....but I live in a town in Minnesota on the Mississippi River that's pretty flat, so it's perfect for my old Schwinn cruisers. Here's a 1962 Schwinn Tiger (turned into a Panther for now). I sandblasted it, got the frame and rims powdercoated red, put some new hardware in it and it's a perfect bar cruiser. 1964 Schwinn American. All original, except for the tires. Gotta love that coppertone. 1967 Schwinn Typhoon. Sandblasted and powdered black, it uses a Nexus internal 7 speed with coaster brake hub, a 1950's beehive saddle, spring fork, and some 2.125" Schwinn whitewalls that give this thing a cushy floaty ride. Here's my 1967 Schwinn Twinn tandem. This thing is a blast. All original except for the tires. Sometimes we put the baby trailer on this and cruise the lake path or go to the park. Fun! I also have a '64 and '75 Varsity, a '64 Collegiate, and a bunch of other parts and frames.