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Stripped & Teased

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 4 FINISHED BIKES' started by kram, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. kram

    kram

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    I've seen a couple people post old style photos of their bikes. I figured I'd give it a try and after about twenty minutes in photoshop this is what I came up with.
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    roadmaster- I think the trick to having dropped bars on a cruiser is the laid back seat post. That way you don't hit your knees on the handlebars.
     
  2. herr_rudolf

    herr_rudolf

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    keeps getting better and better...
     
  3. g kustom kuhl

    g kustom kuhl

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    i love this bike...it's so good looking...love that tire combination!!!
    crazy finish!!
     
  4. herr_rudolf

    herr_rudolf

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    Hey Mark,

    How's life? I was looking at the most beautiful bike on RRB (stripped & teased 8) ) and was wondering what the wheelsizes are... I've read you wanted to use 26" front'n'rear, but looking at the bike I can't help thinking that you used a smaller size in the back. But it doesn't seem 'odd' like other bikes fitted with 26" in the front and 24" in the rear.. So again:
    What weelsizes did you use?? It's nigh-on perfect...

    Cheers.
     

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