That fork has a great motorcycle vibe to it with the fat tires.
I love thos Kool Knight chains. They have been my go to chain for the past couple of years. They do have a special pin that is a bit different from other chains. The hardest thing about handling them with they are new out of the box is the heavy greasy vaseline they bathe them in. It's so sticky!!!
Life had gotten me for a while. I had a rather sudden visit that left me with no spare time for a while. Sadly it was only diamonds and rust.
So I ran the cables that I had on hand just to get a rider. And I have a rider.
As you can see I have a convenient frame bag for my tools. I will take the bike for a ride one of these days.
The clearance is more than sufficient. I had to learn to lean the bike in tight curves, but after a minute I got the hang of it. It is quite comfy. I rode around and had to pull the rear wheel a bit to tension the chain. Apart from that no issues at all. I will probably just leave it like that in true ratrod fashion, with the cables ran in a way that just makes it work.
I am thinking about it because the Felt stickers are not needed anymore and if I need them I can make them again. I would like to drop the battery to be flush with the motor but the curve of the frame would allow it only with something in between.
I also use this luggage bands to hold it because I must have unintentionally damaged the lock so without them the battery might fall out during a ride. Some stretchy cloth might be a good solution. I will see.