* THE BANDIT*THE ED ROTH TRIBUTE

American Vintage Bicycle Supply

Double Nickle
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Jun 26, 2009
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Well its done. I finished a little earlier than expected. So I think after all the thought and time that was put in, it turned out great. I thank my family for being patient with me through the whole process and most of all I thank my grandfather for helping me with ideas and support to get it finished. Out of everyone in the family( EXCEPT ME!!! ) he puts the most thought into my bikes. Also I thank all the members for helping me out with ideas and thoughts. You all really got me through some problems...Two heads are better than one, well in this case 4,500+ members heads are better than one :lol: So here it is....


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May 24, 2010
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You did a great job on this one. A really slick looking bike with awesome features.
 
Jul 26, 2009
434
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Bikeramento CA
Love the fab work on the drop outs and the front brake rocks. Overall very clean and creative, great job, nice build. You bringing this one on the plane to Cyclefest?
 
Great bike. I like the rear dropout extensions and the front brake set up is cool. I might have to borrow that brake lever design for my trike project. I was thinking of doing something similar but making mine foot operated. Mine has disc brakes but I think I can adapt it to work.
 
Jul 5, 2008
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New Mexico
Sweet bike! Came out great! I was going through your build thread and may have missed a couple things. How did you solve the problem with the chain hitting the rear tire? And, where did you get the laid back seat post? Did you make it?
Again, very cool build! :D