SPRUNG









I'm more into the simple clean lines that flow instead of bolting on a bunch of stuff that clouds the overall profile, and why paint when welding burns add such a sweat color and patina. Shot with two coats of clear as to avoid any rust. Everything was built in house: frame, handle bars, shifter, seat pan, seat post, milled spikes for the fork, hoops came anodized aluminum (they were stripped, polished then spoked with a Felt front hub and a Nexus 3 rear. The head tube an bottom bracket tube were off a 16" kids Spiderman bike I bought for $5.00 at the police auction. So far she has about 40 miles, is very comfortable and is smooth enough to steer with your knee.

http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/sprung-done.84663/
 
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Looks good; great pics. I gotta say, I prefer Sprung's lines to those of the other bike, with the cream tires and copper rims. Especially in the area around the top tube...

Good luck!
 

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What a work of art!!!
Just wicked as can be!!
BRAVO !!! Do you have any t-shirts of stickers with that new logo?