I'm ready. I have some left-over parts I need out of the way so might as well build them into a bike.
The front brakes for a kids atv will have two calipers connected to a hand brake type master cylinder.
That's silly, just unbolt the fork and replace the fork and wheel as a unit. ;)
The seat tube union is pretty unique and would probably help id it. Its it aluminum or steel?
This is a good one, especially if you want to see some super rare old bikes. https://www.sterba-bike.cz/group/gallery?lang=EN
I'd say some time in the 70's. The cottered cranks tell me that this is not an American made bike, and that it was probably badged for some...
I'm pretty sure it's a Huffy Catalina Cruiser.
They're missing and I haven't made new ones yet.
Ignore the missing seat stays.
Is that a shimano FFS crankset? I've always though it would be fun to use one of those with a fixed gear rear wheel.
At least it looked kind of cool. [IMG]
I bet it was made in Taiwan or Japan. That seems where most of the obscure "store branded" bike-boom bikes came from. Cottered cranks on a bike...
Is it Keno or Kend. Keno was a typical bike boom bike, supposedly made in japan, badged and sold through Wanamaker department store from...
Maybe a single leaf of a golf cart spring? I used a single leaf of a car spring and it was a bit heavy.
I'm pretty sure it's a Hedstrom 10 inch convertible model 6750e.
You forgot the Red Green bike build off.
Thanks for the compliments. I really enjoyed building this one.
If you're interested you might try to negotiate on that price. They're cool bikes, but have some oddball parts, and they aren't rare or...
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