1. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    It has been a fun ride, Thank you to Edison Electric Bicycle Company for providing the horsepower!

    This is by far the coolest bike I have ever had the opportunity to build from the ground up! We started this project as a cool idea; it is surreal to see it come to life.

    Thanks to all who watched, encouraged and followed Project Ed.



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  2. The Renaissance Man

    The Renaissance Man __CERTIFIED DIVER__ (Open Water & Open Dumpster) Pro Member

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    Awesome job Tyler!
    Love everything about it, and the video was just what I had expected! Congratulations to you and Edison Electric for making it happen.:cool2:
     
  3. A.S.BOLTNUT

    A.S.BOLTNUT

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    Cool ride , what kind of top speed can you get ?
     
  4. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    25 Mph without pedaling is my best guess. I haven't clocked it yet!


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  5. A.S.BOLTNUT

    A.S.BOLTNUT

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    Recycled and Green ! Me likes ....:thumbsup:
     
  6. G-Matt

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    Well done you guys worked this out . Can you imagine the look on Thomas Edison's face he would be in heaven . Like the video also


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  7. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    I never thought of it that way until you said that. Mind blowing!


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  9. ODDER

    ODDER

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    Amazing work as always. If you didn't know that bike was electric you'd never guess at first look.
     
  10. sdframe

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    You took great pains to hide the electrical components, and the result is perfect. Well done, young men!
     
  11. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    Thanks everyone!


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  12. ifitsfreeitsforme

    ifitsfreeitsforme

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    Wowzer!


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  13. OddJob

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    Top notch build! The melding of your talents, and the combination of vintage and modern parts and components make this bike really stand out in a crowd.

    And, I'm such a huge fan of that 'charging station', I hope you select a final pic with that in it as well!
     
  14. auditech10

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    Fantastic work, looks amazing, and the video was top notch!
     
  15. Rat Rod

    Rat Rod Owner & Founder Head Honcho Moderator

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    Turned out awesome...great photography as well.
     
  16. KOTA

    KOTA

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    Best build I've ever seen! Know why?...Because you can't tell it's a "build"...Looks like an untouched barn find.
    Amazing job!
     
  17. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    Love to hear that. That was the overall goal, thank you.


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  18. Scribble

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    Perfect !
    Beautiful video as well.
     
  19. American Vintage Bicycle Supply

    American Vintage Bicycle Supply Double Nickle Moderator

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    Thank you sir. Luke, my video guy, is very talented!


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  20. TV Casualty

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    The bike would be great without the electric motor. I did not know it was there until I saw the video, great work!
     

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