Discussion in 'SHOW ME YOUR...' started by GameBent, Apr 3, 2010.
They are homemade. Painters Tape and white acrylic spray paint .
My Dyno roadster and coaster collection. More projects then finished at the moment.
Awesome collection! Good luck finishing it up
I love the way you put the cables on the first one. Can you still buy the shifter-grips like it has somewhere, or is it only possible to get it off some older bike?
The full shift grip is hard to find. The man that helped me at a local shop is 70 years young and had the shift grips on hand. I’ve been looking for a second set for some time now.
Traded a ten speed for it. Nice rider. Did 60 miles on it yesterday.
Picked this KK up the other day
When I finished my Worksman I gave the Dyno Glide to my buddy.
He put on a repro Monarch fork. I looks and rides nice with that fork.
New to me Dyno Moto Glide. Needs cleaning and lube but it shifts and rides nice. I removed all the black tape and the chrome is in great shape.
Picked this KK up for $15
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Got it last week. Number 105 from 1995 in Candyred
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Hi, new to the forum and love all the Dynos here. Figured I would add mine to the mix. Judging by the decals I believe it's a very early 2000.
Love the tire choice!
I’ve posted my Dyno before but it’s been several years.
I’m wanting to do something, maybe a set of Boa-G tires.
What color? I’m thinking brown because I have brown grips and seat.
It’s got nice original black cherry paint that I wish I could get over the idea of preserving, because I have a Mongoose Dolomite that I bought to ride at Burning Man then use as a wheel donor. It’s got the wide red wheels that would look great on the Dyno but I’d have to cut the frame and destroy the original paint.
Should I do it?
It’s mostly got a black & chrome thing going on and while that’s always cool, it’s also a little generic.
That’s a great looking bike, you don’t need to do anything to it!
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Bought my third Dyno Roadster from Daphne Maxwell Reid at her studio’s in Richmond Virginia.
She was the Aunt, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, A sit-comedy in the 90’s. I believe she said it was used in a movie, around 2005, staring Pam Grier. The tires still have the nipples on them. Alway’s stored inside.
Any chance you still have the original fenders for this bike? I need to replace mine and it looks like you are not using yours.....
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