Discussion in 'WINTER 2015 BUILD OFF' started by Laurie Thom, Jan 18, 2015.
Always good to see progress!
Cool glad to see your still working on her.
Well the Roch is done! First ride was to the market! This is gonna be a blast to ride around town. Of course, Jats is pushing for me to motorize. This was a real test of my limited skills but I am pleased.
Looks fab and a easy ride..
Now you can really see the shape of the frame,I love it's style.
Well done Laurie.
PS. If you put a engine on it,you will never see it again.Troy will never give it back.
Now THAT's a clean machine.
Love the crisp white Laurie! Great work!
Thanks guys! I have to thank Troy for allowing me to design the build without to many "Frowns of Doubt". He likes "plastic pink Flamingos" and I like "Zen rock gardens". This was a lot of fun. I am looking for a Summer Build to up the ante of my skill level! Just a little!
I appreciated your support immensely! Thanks again!
Way to go Momma Jats! That is a classy ride. That frame just looks so natural as a trike. Well done!
Simple, clean, ...perfect.
I bet it rolls nice with the skinny tires.
cool work! its great and rides great!
Really liked watching your build. Made my top 5 because of functionality, vision, and direction. My mom would ride this bike...
Well thank you very much SilverkingPC. As a Mom, I am very pleased. Maybe you should build your mom a trike.
Interesting you say that. At 88, she needs a ratted step-through 24" or a trike because she can't handle regular bikes any more, and misses riding.... Hmmmmmm......
There you go ...you can design the platform of the step through frame low enough to make it easy. And I love my "comfy seat" too!
Yep. All the above! Here is a 40's 24" Hawthorne I have from our family farm that's been hanging around too long. I may 3-spd it with new wheels.
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