The handles make it way easier to see if you aren't straight. If you have existing threads, you should be golden. :thumbsup:
I got a (used...very nice shape, could use seals) Risse Racing inverted suspension fork for less than the price of a zoom triple tree.
So cool :thumbsup:
I think that points to 1946.
Looks great :thumbsup:
That is some cool history...necessity, mother of invention and all that :thumbsup:.
Is that a steering damper/stabilizer on the wheel bike? :39:
If it was several years ago that you were in Bend...its a whole new unrecognizable place now. Hipster paradise mixed in with a large population of...
I keep my eyes open for a cheap LaJolla to pop up on CL around here...but, I've seen them cheap and I've seen them local...but not cheap AND...
Also...an hour from a 'big city', and around three hours from the desert. Surrounded by temperate rain forest and oak savanna. Practically...
I'm ~44.5°...and we rarely get any significant snow or deep freezes. However, I'm just a tad over an hour drive from the ski lifts :grin:.
I'd say looks like 'too much fun'...but, there really isn't such a thing :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
Well...the plan is for it to be my road bike :bigsmile:. I have the parts to go with a Nexus 7 or 8 rear rim, 700c...AND...a patterson/metropolis...
Woohoo! Back on the road again !!! :rockout:
Super cool looking bike...but, BartRidesEternal and I have differing ideas of 'affordable' :grin:.
Looks similiar to a '59ish Hawthorne...
I assumed threaded...I don't think 26" pitchforks exist in 1" threaded (could be wrong).
Just saw it over at BMXMuseum...cool to see it here as well...great job :thumbsup:
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