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    Is this to old to post on here?

    This is my 1889 humber 52". Does anyone know where I can get new solid rubber tyres for it?

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    Welcome,

    You might try contacting these guys. http://www.hiwheel.com/

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    I think you want the "Ancient and Pre-Historic" forum

    Thanks for posting - hope you get it back on the road!

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    these guys sell parts, but I don't see them listed on the site

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    Should this be posted on the Fixed Gear forum

    Very cool, some close up pictures and a story of "how'd ya find it" would be very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velognome View Post
    Very cool, some close up pictures and a story of "how'd ya find it" would be very nice!
    Close ups would be great. That's an interesting bike.

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    PIC_2492.jpgPIC_2491.jpgPIC_2493.jpgPIC_2489.jpgPIC_2494.jpg needs a little attention then I'll get it on the road,,
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    I love those barends ! Very cool bike.

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    Wow - awesome. I really want to try a high wheeler, but they're a little scary.

    I'm certain these guys can help:

    http://bikeville.com

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    Wow, the original tubulars?? Cool bike
    Having a flat tire as part of the total cycling experience is highly overrated. Knowing how to fix one quickly is not.

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    So it runs on solid wood tires at the moment?
    I saw someone use a black rubber hose, like steam hose, with a wire or rope in the center, to pull it together.
    Or something like that.
    http://davidnewtonguitars.squarespace.com/

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    Nice. When you get it going, are you going to add a roof-top carrier to your SUV to take it out to the bike trail (you don't want to ride through traffic, to get there, I presume)?
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