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Got out for the maiden voyage, didn't see any zombies.


Now I have to figure out how to carry all my gear. The rear rack I have doesn't fit with tires on, guess it's for a 24" wheel.

I was going to paint it with bed liner, but I'm starting to like it as is.
Shouldn't be much longer now.

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Got out for the maiden voyage, didn't see any zombies.


Now I have to figure out how to carry all my gear. The rear rack I have doesn't fit with tires on, guess it's for a 24" wheel.

I was going to paint it with bed liner, but I'm starting to like it as is.
Shouldn't be much longer now.

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Some crash bars to strap stuff to built like your wheels bar set up could be cool... I dig the finish
 
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Only two ways I can think of without welding...
You try a 24" or a 26" on the back,
or you put a straight/longer fork on it.
I'm pretty sure the Zombie Dream could run you down on that scraper, even locked into one gear without a shifter ZD is pretty quick.

Carl.
I got it riding today, was short about 12links of chain, so on the small sprocket.

This is about as far as I might make it, pedaling my rear off before ZD gets a snack...
 
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With the help of a busted springer and one of my parts mopeds, I'm able to carry stuff.

And with the bags, carrying water, water purification tabs, medical supplies, fire making supplies, etc... should be easy.



My bed roll will fit on the transit bike handlebars.
My biggest problem now?


How to fit all of this...

Onto this?


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