Show me your cool little details! ~:The Little Things:~

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Apr 18, 2015
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I bought them new from a 5 and dime where this really cute lady works. I saw her today and bought more shoe strings. I will be doing a board track racer Felt of this once I get another frame. I like the Dreamcatcher name but I already have a name for it. It will employ some unique touches. Stay tuned.


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Have you talked to the cute lady? or just buy laces from her?
Maybe she's a bike girl.
 
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Have you talked to the cute lady? or just buy laces from her?
Maybe she's a bike girl.
I stop at her store after my monthly orthodontist appointment. She wears a lovely ring on her ring finger. Today she told me she didn't have plans for New Years and she would likely sit at home by herself. What?! I asked her if she was going to spend the evening with her husband and kids. She said, "No." I guess maybe she got the ring from her grandma or something. I might swing by there in the next week and see what is really going on with her. Maybe she likes bikes.


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Cut, dremeled then filed this head badge for my Indian out of a piece of copper pipe.


So found a close up of a badge on the net, cut a paper stencil out then sketched this onto my copper pipe, then spent a rainy day cutting and filing the badge.


Fitted to the bike.


The completed machine as a roller.
 
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Cut, dremeled then filed this head badge for my Indian out of a piece of copper pipe.


So found a close up of a badge on the net, cut a paper stencil out then sketched this onto my copper pipe, then spent a rainy day cutting and filing the badge.


Fitted to the bike.


The completed machine as a roller.
Awesome work on that PP, love that whole bike!
 
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Cut, dremeled then filed this head badge for my Indian out of a piece of copper pipe.


So found a close up of a badge on the net, cut a paper stencil out then sketched this onto my copper pipe, then spent a rainy day cutting and filing the badge.


Fitted to the bike.


The completed machine as a roller.
That's a friggin work of art!!! :praise:
 
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