Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 3 FINISHED BIKES' started by Gold Street Customs, Aug 28, 2008.
[img]http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg195/holyrollin72/shedone005.jpg[/img]This shows how thick that chain really is it was designed for severe duty freestyle bikes. 8)
[img]http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg195/holyrollin72/shedone011.jpg[/img]I wish I could have had more time to detail this better but I found a good use for old skateboard bearings. :mrgreen:
NICE!.....I love the C-fiber look! Great fabrication on the shifter!.........But when I look at the "fork", my nose starts to run. :? Certainly is a bike to be proud of! 8)
Well here we are at the end of the thrashing,I thought I would have an extra day but I forgot about the fair tonight ooops! but I thrashed last night as I cant post after friday unless I wanted to work an extra day.But anyways she rides fast and quiet I still will detail some more but heres what I have and it was fun the handlebars are half moon or something of that effect with six inches chopped off the ends the rear brakes came off a Western Flyer mt bike? really thats what it was along with the gooseneck and brake lever the shifter is off of some 30's Chevy along with a mystery bracket I found at a thrift store to mount it up. I hope you enjoy what I cobbled together its been fun, but its probably gonna get some lights eventually but thanks for looking and God Bless....Thank You....Jim
Gold Street Customs
Love the shifter man! Really sweet touch!
Looks like a fun ride...
i love the shifter so when you gonna bring her down for a second sat ride? there are lots of alleys in sacramento
The jockey shifter is awesome. Love the bike.
If there was a trophy for best shifter or most amazing mechanical contraption thingamajig, you should get it. All this on a very well put together ride, congrats bro. :mrgreen:
Excellent bike, you really need to bring it down on second saturday, get all the nor-cal bikes together.
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