that's a nice project.
takes some balls to steal a bike like that. It's not like you can disguise it.
those home-made heat sinks are the nugget.
I wanted these Suntour shifters back in the day. Prelims to the brifters era.
remember these Scott bars?
too much awesome for one post.
no pictures but, am currently training on a restored 1989 Bridgestone RB-1 (owned since new), a 2009 Kestrel Evoke (SRAM), and a 2017 Ritchey Road...
redefines "bar hopping"
here's the Huffy that was available in stores to emulate the Melton-built Olympic bikes:
they were ten speeds, but this one was being...
every year I get teased with this. every year.
the VO bars look great.
wow, neat rim treatment.
interesting build. If it were me, I'd look at possibly cutting off that bottom piece of seat tube, and using a seat post with a little setback.
I built a custom mtn bike for myself 10+ years ago for approx. $200. I bought a closeout frame and fork online at two of the larger online bike...
Sure looks like that $4200 HD bike is wearing my Thompson's honey brown Coke grips, no? can tell by the large hole. And the fact that as far as...
I've done the grind-off-every-other tooth on a couple bikes. It works. It's not ideal tho. The modern sprockets are narrower and the skiptooth...
Do you have a fatbike? I recently bought a Surly Wednesday (3.8" wide tires). It's really fun.
Racing Masters is tough. I'm racing age 56 and regularly get my butt handed to me in the 55+ Masters category (cyclocross). Most of them are not...
I gotta put a pair of those lime green ball end grips on something.
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