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I love that sprocket as well. You'll have to warn anybody riding with you to look away.
Not sure if I will finish in time tomorrow, I got lazy with the long time frame to build this bike and lost track of time. I messed up the check job on the rims, so I'm going to just do solid black. I will most likely throw a set of chrome coaster wheels on it tomorrow just to have it ridable.
I made it! It has been raining all day long here, so I put the rest of it together in the rain and got soaked. I think it would look 1000 times better with the checker wheels but procrastination got the best of me and I had to slap these coaster wheels on it just to get it finished and ridable. I took it for a spin in the rain and it rides great. I also never finished the covers I was going to use for the welds on the handle bars, and I wanted to make a layed back seat post to get the seat further back but oh well. I will probably give the checkers another go and do all the other details I wanted to do later. I think it came out pretty neat for a bland diamond frame bike and It was built for under 30 bucks, but I don't think it compares to the quality and creativity of most of the other bikes built in this contest.
Sorry but I had to take the pictures under the carport because I didn't want to get my camera wet and I couldn't find a tripod to use to get better night shots. If we are allowed to post better pictures later than I will, if not here is what I got.
i had somethin similar in mind on the sprocket for mine too, stylin bike ya put together man !! at first i thought the tires were flat til i noticed the floor was meltin
Thanks, glad you guys like it. It was fun to build a lot of the stuff I did on the bike was new for me, like the single speed conversion, tank plate, handle bars, and checker pattern.
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