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Handle bars are still holding, socal_jack.
When I got the bike it had the four bolt deal.
Got my head light on.
I like it!
2:00 in the AM.
The fabbed bracket still needs some attention.
Now I need some sort of tail light.
Nice job blaster that bike is looking sweet.
Sorry guys....I've been totally distracted away from this lately.
Final pics will be taken very soon.
I mounted an NOS 1973, round reflector.
Other than that, I've just been riding it a lot.
Sometimes to the Walgreens drug store about a mile away, sometimes just 'round in circles on the driveway...I have a pretty big driveway.
I need to throw it in the back of the truck to scout locations for a photo shoot.
I've been riding this bike a lot!
I ended up repainting and using the 4-bolt BMX style stem that actually came with the bike when I got it....like socal_jack recommended.
Stuck an Independent Skateboard trucks cross sticker on it.
I used it for October's Downtown Highlife Bicycle Club last Friday of the month ride.
We generally meet at the Alamo at 9:00 pm.
This bike did great.
I was able to keep up with this crowd just fine and it was very stable on some pretty fast downhill runs....blowing past the fixed gear hipsters.
It was about a three hour ride with a long pit-stop at a quiet VFW post for beers.
ALL kinds of bikes.
Not a spandex crowd.
This is the second time we've done this.
(That reminds me to update my Skip-tooth thread)
The October ride fell on Halloween.
I wasn't sure anybody would show, but there were at least 100 bikes.
Me and the wifee and our hot-rod bikes.
Deep in a massive, ancient east-side cemetery....safety in numbers!
Really good times.
Here's some random pics from the ride.
Many were in costume.
Many pics did not come out.
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