I tried one on it, but wasn't really feeling it. Looked a little heavy in the rear.mitchelangelo said:This is one of my favorite builds for sure! Have you thought about a tall sissy bar? Just a suggestion.. the bike looks amazing already
A man can never have too many Stingrays, at least that is what my Grandpa told me, I think. :mrgreen:pick said:Like you needed another Stingray?!! :?: Leave some for the rest of us! :lol: :mrgreen: Really just ckin up on ya, you looked kind lonesome way back here on page 2. Don't feel bad, I have been stuck here for a week now. Seems like it's way too hot, or I am @ work lately. Hope to get some stuff done this week since it will be cooler. Lower 100's ya know? :lol:
''Diabolical_Dork said:Thanks Fellas! Had a good time with it. She was excited to get it back home. Even said she may come to some of the local events.
You got that right Pick! Anytime I can put a cool bike in someone's hands who loves it I feel like I have saved a part of bicycle history from being forgotten. Plus the smiles I get in return are always worth it.pick said:''Diabolical_Dork said:Thanks Fellas! Had a good time with it. She was excited to get it back home. Even said she may come to some of the local events.
What a great distraction! I get a lot more satisfaction from buildling a bike for someone else than I do for building for myself!
Keep up the good work!