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Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 1 BIKES' started by aka_locojoe, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Hooch

    Hooch

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    man the ideas keep rollin in!
    that light is crazy cool randy
    beautiful!
     
  2. cman

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    Randy, The chalk is a great idea. Dont like just wipe off and restripe. Bike looks good. Simple with fun ideas.
     
  3. basscadetz

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    i have to say the chalkboard idea is the coolest fun idea ive seen. you get the flat black AND fun. great job!
     
  4. Chainsaw

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    Very cool ideas! Can't get any more "Old school" than a chalkboard on wheels! :D Like the sticker placement!
    Great job. Thanks for all the pics.
    Chainsaw
     
  5. Clothespin n

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    very cool..I love the ideas,
    the light it GREAT...and the Chalk Board,
    that's brilliant...

    you can post you ET's from a day at the Race Track with a piece
    of chalk... :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Very nice!
    and the Blue...well, you know what I think of that Blue.
    as I said in my PM....it's AWESOME!

    great build Randy,
    peace,
    Kev.
     
  6. Hotdoggin'

    Hotdoggin'

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    Great job. Love the way everything turned out.
     
  7. fattroy

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    Very nice!!!
     
  8. kemmer

    kemmer

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    Great bike, love the head light.

    In the pictures of the finished bike, I think I see a springer fork with a disc brake. Where could one acquire such a fork?
     
  9. aka_locojoe

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    Thanks for all the kind words people.

    It's homemade. Here's a pic of the bike... http://locojoe.com/bikeblog/pages/starb ... erendipity[image]=41
     
  10. Easy Skywalker

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    The flat black is also ideal to write your shopping-list on!
    Really cool idea with the headlight!!!
     

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