SHOW US YOUR WORKSMAN BICYCLE

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  1. LIVE TO RIDE

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    Man Carlos how come I cant get you to paint one of my bikes haha!!Dude your builds always turn out so nice.now its time to get that delivery bike built!! :D
     
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    Here are some of my custom Worksman.


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    I'm bumpin' this up!. finished my bare metal Worksman on page 4
    hey bikejunkie, after talkin', i'm going with BMX style sprocket combo [really small] it rides really fun.
     
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    That came out nice!!!Love the shotgun bar ends. :D Me you and CHIMI should all go down for a beach ride sometime soon.
     
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    i love the shells-as-barplugs idea, too. you should sell those!
    -rob
    ps-i'd buy em
     
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    Here are a few shots of the bike my son is building. He did all the powder coating himself. I will teach him how to lace wheels next week.
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    Joe K-- looks like a great start. Your son gonna follow in your footsteps?

    I posted my worksman INB on here a while back; here's some reminder pics:
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    Today, I tore it apart, added some red ano bits, made it a fake BMX cruiser/trailbike/neo-klunker/whatever:
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    I kinda went overboard with the red stuff; red chain tensioners, red chain...red valvecaps. Even the mouse condoms for the brake cables are red! :roll: Fun new iteration, though. The seatpost is like 500 feet long; it's way high, but that's where it sits when it bottoms out. :shock: I'm prolly gonna hack it down, although truthfully, that seat height makes sense for when I'm riding trails on it.

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    I don't know a thing about Worksman bikes, but I'm gonna need to learn. Today's new addition....


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    I bought a Tri-fecta 20" trike Workman today.
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    My Son's first build is just about done. All we need to do is lay up the chain guard.

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    Hers the start to my Worksman. I am going the BMX look route.
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    powerfully hott paintjob. keep us posted, please
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    Yeah Buddy! Nice paint!!!
     
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    thanks guys! Here are updated pics.. It's almost there..[​IMG]
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    That thing is awesome!
     
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    looks good so far, gman.
     
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    Adding to the list:
    This one I just finished. I completely went throught the BB, both hubs and fork stearing. Then frame stripped, I coated it [ and fenders,rack] with boiled linseed oil,let dry [it dries slowly?] then sprayed it with rustolium high gloss lacquer. Rides really good. Yes the fenders and rack are not Worksman, but go really well.
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