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Heres mine. A real blast on the trails. Same bike now as of Dec 2010
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My 20 minute klunker. Took about 20 minutes to build from parts I had laying around. Fun bike, but I would like a better seat.
Pile of leftovers!
Made some changes!
I have some red anodized rims to lace up for it. I would also like to get some shorter crank arms (it has 175mm arms now).
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It can be fast, safe or cheap. Pick two.
Obligatory "I'd Rather Be Klunkin'" shirt-shot. I'm aboard Alan Bonds' '37 Schwinn on Repack (my '35 just had a mechanical and Alan kindly walked it down the hill to the shop in town and let me ride his). This was the day before the world premiere of Klunkerz. Along with us on the ride was Alan Bonds, Joe Breeze, Russ Mahon and a few others. It was a blast:). The photo is courtesy of DECLINE magazine.
My '33 Schwinn B-10. The first year of the "26 fat tire bike. I believe this bike this bike still hangs in Peri's Silver Dollar Saloon in Fairfax, CA. We had a rip roaring party and it looked so good hanging there that I just left it. The Sweetheat on that thing was MASSIVE. There was absolutely no riding up on that thing.
Well now youve gone and down it! Now i'm building a Klunker because I seen this post, thanks alot! lol
This seems to be a good place to ask, What kind of frame should I use? I'm canadian so those canti frames arn't as common besides department store bikes. those are everywhere... wait a min I thought of something. What if I make a Mini Klunker with my Mustang frame?! lol I get lots of Raleigh sports but they wont hold big wheelsI guess I coulf get a frame shipped in, can't cost that more for a bare frame.
Collector of Raleighs!!
way too cool!!!!
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