Project Ed (DONE)

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  1. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    I'll jump in this year with Ed.

    This year, I'm collaborating with Edison Bicycles here in Atlanta to bring some modern electric bicycle technology to a good ol' crusty cruiser.

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  2. squirreldh

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    A Higgins, and Edison, this should be good!
     
  3. Funkme

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    :39: The bike looks done to me. I wonder where your heading with this.
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  4. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

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  5. OddJob

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    When I saw your bike, a light went on. :wondering::bigsmile:
    I'm guessing self-generated electricity, lights, and possibly a battery assist may be elements of your invention....er, build.
     
  6. The Renaissance Man

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    Electric eh? Very inventive. ;)

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    Ah my namesake...should be cool.


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  8. Falstaff

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    Electric, vintage... I can get into this.
     
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  9. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

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    Yup...

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    :eek: Wow!
     
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    Oh the things you find in old bikes...


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  12. G-Matt

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    Looks like that fork was used for target practice. If it's any constellation that wheel makes up for though. Good start


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  13. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

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    Elon Musk would be proud. I'm looking forward to this.
     
  15. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

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    Don't think this has ever been done before....


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    What caused that fork damage?
    Anyway, it just makes room for a springer! Beehive?
     
  17. G-Matt

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    Coming together nice love those skirt guards .


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  19. Scribble

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    I really digging the build, looks like the first model of Color-Flows that rolled out in 49.
     
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    “D'lrow eht elur lliw sirhc dna de”
     
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