1 Custom built Colin Laing, a Waterford Paramount & my favorite of the bunch...a 90's TREK women's multitrack, cheap, 21 spds & I can leave her locked up anywhere w/o worrying about theft.
Originally Posted by james Haury
Why don't you post a picture or describe it? Did you buy it new or used?
I bought the bike Used but it is in Brand new condition from what i can get from the decals it is made in Yugoslavia 1980 it has full fenders 20in tires with a 3 speed rear wheel. I would gladly post a pic but recently got clipped by a car whilst riding my track bike and damaged my camera.
im gonna run back to comp usa and have it replaced (glad i spent the extra money on the "Gold" protection plan) as soon as i have it back in my hands i will post a picture should be sometime sat. afternoon
and in response to "Which will make me most likely to ride it"
I kinda like it the way it is but would like to paint it and maybe change the bars and seat and strip the fenders off.
I Have seen some very good results achieved with a spray can .I am guessing it is a simple folding shopper bike . I had a single speed klapprad but gave it to someone cheap they were very careless with it and it was stolen. I was glad it was though, because they made it look horrible .It was torture to look at it.I am looking forward to seeing your yugoslav Bicycle.
Raleigh Twenty, Puch 3 speed road conversion, lookin' into a Karate Monkey for a cruiser
Twentys can be converted, I'm working on one right now - their bottom bracket shell is/was much more common (the threading on the other hand). The last yugoslav bike I was working on... the shell could not accomodate a new cartridge or a BMX style 3pc... and it was unthreaded. I have pictures somewhere - with a caliper and a quarter for reference.