Another thing that is confusing me (perhaps I'm just overthinking this) is that the only Colson's I've seen with this chainguard were from 1936. They were different frames and had different chainrings, but they had this chainguard.
I have this Colson bicycle. I found some numbers stamped under the BB, but I haven't had any luck finding out what they mean. Can anyone help? Thanks!!!! It reads "156 10" then in smaller letters "FBC" or possibly "EBC). Underneath that it reads "E" "0"
Vampiress, as the name suggests, is a female vampire character. Vampires are killed by sunlight, so, in order to travel in the daylight she carries an umbrella/parasol to shade her from the suns deadly rays.
I don't know if it's ever been done before...but, AFTER parting out and scrapping a pretty funky exercise bike, I thought it would have been pretty cool to build a custom exercise bike! It's too late for mine now (frame went to scrap yard), but would anybody be interested in doing such a build...
Me and my son Abram set out to build him the "coolest bike ever". It is a 24" 1970 Murray Space Flite. We wanted to give it that old school chopper look with a small fat tire on the back and a tall skinny tire on the front. We added the rear wheel from a Jesse James West Coast Chopper 20" x 3"...
Yes, Thank You, That's Very Helpful!!!
I Understand What You Guys Are Saying, But, To Me, It All Does Match Except The Springer. I Think if I Could Get The Springer To More Closely Match The ChaInguard, It Would Tie It All Together.