I have seen some springers on bike boom 10 speeds. It is because the owner wanted to get into the whole 10 speed craze, but still wanted to be comfortable. I did see one on a late 80s Schwinn Traveler and a bigger one on an early 80s Sekai road bike. Both of those were quite nice road bikes.
It's from the Hack Bike Derby. They build on a budget, and then bash 'em up in a old school way. Every bike is worth checking out.I love that bike. Looks fun!
I know a professional bike restorationist who loves Minecraft.It's from the Hack Bike Derby. They build on a budget, and then bash 'em up in a old school way. Every bike is worth checking out.
PS I don't Minecraft, but my eight year old son does, so I hear about it all the time!
I've actually used a tractor seat on two builds. Most comfortable seat on any of my bikes. They're booty shaped, so no padding is needed.