1976 Raleigh super grand prix fixie conversion
2006 Orbea Volata (amazing!!)
1995 Cannondale R900 swapped to chorus
There is an old saying...Campy breaks in and Shimano just breaks
check out the standover height - that bike is way to big for that midget adult.
ide love to see it in action
Oh man, that's awesome.
its the bike a hipster clown would ride.
that's a nice straight chainline he's got there.
Originally Posted by Brian
this bike was on fgg a LONG time ago. If i remember correctly, it was made by a bike shop owner for his son, he might even be on here
you can still see the bruises on his face from when he crashed drunk
that was a funny thread
not a 2ksuck'r
that kid is set. dig the beanie too.
The bike looks like it's in proportion to his body, but the cranks are suspiciously long.
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That's mikorp's little kid and his bike.
Was the "road rash" left over from the kid's request for risers? I think that we have more questions than answers.Originally Posted by BostonFixed
(two replies to BFixed in a row, I promise I'm not e-stalking. much.)
Hi, this bike was built for an editorial photo shoot and a couple art shows. hh racing hooked up the frame, and freewheel sf produced some custom parts. Not intended to ride as is, however there are some photos of jovantae turner cruising it. The cranks are 130mm bmx cranks. my son will not fit this bike for another 3 or 4 years. when he does, it will come with a coaster brake, riser bar, chain guard, remove the clips, and add training wheels. the face plant came from jumping off the stairs at the playground. the hat came from washing a wool cap in the laundry. still fun to look at, not so fun to ride.
PS, especially because your child is involved, very cool pictures and very cute kid.Originally Posted by mikorp
Originally Posted by geoGraphicFTD
he should be in the drops in that last photo.
That bike is begging for a completely straight double downtube that turns into the chainstays.