Thanks, I'm much better than before the emergency double fusion but not like I was before. One morning eight months ago I couldn't walk thus the surgery. I can only ride 50 kilometers of gravel and that is pretty hard. But I'm riding and messing with bikes again so I got no complaints.Hope your back is doing better.
I love the name of the build.
Wow, with a prediction like that, if you are correct, you could land a job as meteorologist at any one of our blundering metro TV stations.
I have a Miller stick and a Miller Mig. I plan to keep this one simple and only plan on welding tabs on for the chainguard mounts.Glad to hear youre back at it. Do you have access to a welder - rig a vintage frame to use articulating rear triangle and suspension. Could be awesome.
Ill follow along and see whats going on with your planned build.
I am taking it easy now and have only ridden 4 miles in the last three weeks. I put a floor in my barn eves and have used my new electric hoist to store them there in the barn attic.Take it easy plenty of time left... But glad to see you are in.
Mine does weird rotations, too. I find if I edit the pic, rotate once and save, then rotate to the desired angle (even if back to the original) then it’s like the phone “fixes” the rotation in position rather than “deciding” how it should go when uploaded.for some reason my Phone started putting every picture on this site upside down. Its OK on other sites though.