Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 1 BIKES' started by aka_locojoe, Jan 8, 2007.
Now... are those real old school Shimano DX pedals I see on there?
I guess not. They say "Fusion".
hey man that star buttoncover is upsidedown
Looks like light blue/flat black is the new red/flat black.
and to think i was switching it up a bit to be "deferent" haha oh well it looks good!
I thought I'd treat myself to a cool new sprocket for this build but eventually talked myself out of it. So far the only thing I've bought is paint and I'm going to try and keep it that way.
I painted a rusty old mag instead.
Easter bucket I picked up at Wal-mart today.
Matches my wheels nicely.
The bike is assembled. Working on details now.
Took it for a spin tonight and it was ridable so I got that goin' for me.
is this bike going to have Udders? :lol:
He said Udders!"
can't wait to see the Finish Randy..
I love the Blue!
The mag sprockets look good in black. As for the bucket I am sure you have a trick up your sleave.
Good news: I rode my build off bike on last nights pub pedal and had a fun time as always.
Bad news: I had done a little bit of striping and lettering on it which got ruined on the ride so I have to redo it.
But let me say before you offer your sympathy, this will be an easy task as you will find out when you see the finished bike.
Made a axle mounted tag holder out of aluminum.
Bending this (whatever it is) to make a bracket for my headlight.
Copper strap I'm using to mount my tank plate and for coaster brake clamp.
no way Randy..
I thought that as a full size bucket!
you had me fooled :shock: that's not to hard.
I see now it's one of those mini buckets..and a very cool headlight!
great idea for the licence plate mount..
I love your bikes..
That buckets kickin'! I've heard of thinking outside of the box but thinking inside the pale is also way cool!
Electrical tape for the kickstand and if you can make out my "R" signature nut on the chain guard mount. You know these if you're familiar with Raleighs.
Ok I think I'm done. Out of ideas for now and getting burnt out on the bike.
Here's what I used for paint and pinstriping...
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