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    1980-Something Emory Work Bike

    It was parked under a large rotating tool that is used in the building of the forward lower portion of the 777 fuselage.
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    1980-Something Emory Work Bike

    Spotted this poor trike last night. Sad ending to 30 years of service.
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    1980-Something Emory Work Bike

    Here i am doing my work when not on the bike. I am running the crane on the top right in the first pic, top left in the second.
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    1980-Something Emory Work Bike

    As an overhead crane operator in an aircraft factory my job puts me on a bike every night. About 8 years ago I built this beauty from parts I pulled from scrap bins at work. Worksman wheels with brick red rubber and geared to cruise the level cement floors of the factory. When I began the build...
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    I will post some pics when I get to work. The best "riding bike" I have ever built. 10 years and...

    I will post some pics when I get to work. The best "riding bike" I have ever built. 10 years and hundreds of miles together.
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    20" BXC Racing circa '82

    Sure did. I hope to get to the shop this week to see how much info I can dig up on it.
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    20" BXC Racing circa '82

    That was my first stop after he dropped it off.
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    20" BXC Racing circa '82

    My brother-in-law asked me to get a bike fixed up for him and dropped this off. It is a custom built frame for the Bicycle X-Change racing team. Since the shop is still open and going strong I am going to swing by and talk to "The Bikeman" to get some more in depth information about it.
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    Bought a Industrial Trike Today

    They used to have a surplus store, but they closed it down after the tornado in 2012. Most all of the bikes and trikes are riden until the frames crack. Then they are stripped down and scrapped.
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    Back in a big way

    I was in such a hurry to put it together I wasn't paying attention. I noticed that it was backwards as she was riding it and corrected my mistake. I have ridden it to work for the last two nights. This thing is a monster!
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    Back in a big way

    Gonna ride it for a while and see what I want to change. After that?
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    Back in a big way

    After an extended haitus due to other projects, bicycle burn-out and being priced out of the market by "American Pickers Syndrome" I am back. I have wanted a fat bike since I first saw a Surly Moonlander in one of my local bike shops several years ago. Since those are a bit out of my price...
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    UCB Hub Project- Musselman Rebuild

    Option 1: take what is left of the bearings, the cog they ride in, the threaded race and the drawing to your local bike shop and they should have them in stock. Option 2: Find loose bearings the same diameter as the ones you are replacing and fill the cog minus one bearing.
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    "WHEATPENNY" 1934 Colson

    I built up my identical '34 Colson a couple build offs back. Looking good so far!
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    Pepper Roller

    After I rode it for a couple weeks I decided I didn't like the feel so I tried to sell it and couldn't find any takers so I got parted out and the frame went up on display. She may see the road again yet.
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    Pepper Roller

    Thanks, DW. The frame is one I had built up a couple years ago. The first and last proper resto I've ever done. Here is a link to the original build thread http://ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/diamond-in-the-rough-polished-gem-almost-done.49448/
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    Pepper Roller

    After stressing out over last year's rrbbo I didn't think I would want to subject myself to it again, but here I am. I have sold most of my bikes and parts off to finance my truck. The truck is gone and I have to start scrounging up some parts. Here is what I am starting with though- A brand...
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    ★★★1941★★★FINISHED!

    OK, I'm following this one. You have come a long way, kid!
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    A little love for the Tall Bikes!

    Here is a quick video of me riding mine. http://s808.photobucket.com/user/udallcustombikes/media/VIDEO0011.mp4.html