go for the green :!:
import one :wink:
europeans also take a heck lot of costs of shipping and taxes to get american bikes to europe :!:
Re: 1940?? swiss army bike
well i would have left it an army bike - but you have to like it :wink:
...and next time you can order your parts...
seems like it works pretty well, i've seen it on several bikes :wink:
the seat is a lepper "primus", dutch made and over here in germany you'll...
that's not weird, that's normal in europe :!:
(at least it was until 30 years ago aor somting like that)
my take on a boardtracker:
keep the fenders or take off the rack :!:
cool bikes :!:
...the coaster looks with all the white lines like an old BMW:
that's not the problem i thought of....
...i thought the saw would be used as sprocket itself :wink: :roll:
i've seen a similar fork in a felt cruiser, so i think it fits or at least you can make it work when you fabricate spacers for it :wink:
but when you kick back (for to brake for example) the "chainwheel" will act like a freewheel :shock: :!:
i cut off the seat stays and replaced them with new ones following the line of the headtube so i got a little more flow on the...
mayebe the coolest stingray I've ever seen :!:
Re: Bottrop Kustom Kulture Show 2009 Germany
Well, I think the most important fact about transporting Rat Rods on trailers is that most Rat Rods...
it says "Olympia Muenchen" on the seat tube. the olympic summergames in Munich (german: "Muenchen") were 1972, so i think we can date the bike...
I'm not human, i'm german :roll: :oops:
I'm glad you finally grinded the blue paint off the stem :wink:
@deorman: exept for one missing t it's correct :wink:
I think I'm going to Amsterdam this year, too :!: :mrgreen:
...can't wait :)
same here :!:
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