My new frame!

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OK, Heres a 26 inch frame a friend of mine built and gave me the honor of building it up! Ive done nothing to it yet as I have yet to go to the LBS and pick up the parts for it, in the mean while Im going to send it out to get painted, something simple a solid yellow or black, dont know which yet, suggestions are welcome :mrgreen: as you can see its a swing frame! How cool is that! anyways when Im done it will resemble an old Schwinn cruiser but with a little TWIST! :wink:





 
Nov 2, 2007
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You better hurry up and get this one done. It is going to drive me crazy trying to figure out how it is going to handle.
I guess if you have the frame turned 90 degrees and have the front fork truned another 90 degrees you can drive in a circle until you get thrown off from the g force.
 
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I like swing bikes. I've built 2.
It's neat to see different peoples style of building a swing bike.
Looks like it might have quite a bit of rake and need a long fork?
 
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33 is nothing for you :) but its enough for me :mrgreen: That swing frame does look a lot like mine, but the guy that had mine built is John Weller from Bilenkey Cycle Works in Philadelphia, they do custom everything along with complete restorations on all types of bikes, John had this frame built for himself, and although there are some similaritys inthe two frames I can assure you that this one is "one of a kind" :D