The more I ride it the more attached I get :-) but I have this SS coaster to take my mind off it [IMG]http://i60.tinypic.com/e0hk5k.jpg[IMG]
Last edited by krtchp19; 03-23-14 at 02:47 PM.
Pass the Dutchie on the non-drive side.
Everything in life is about bikes. Except bikes, bikes are about power.
Any suggestions on cranks for future modifications would be appreciated.
Last edited by Krull06; 03-24-14 at 01:37 AM.
It involves a buffing wheel, several good albums, and eye protection
my bikes: http://fastwagon.blogspot.com/p/bike-gallery.html
Made a tough decision today and tore down my Lotus. I need to reduce the number of bikes, but this is one that I ride a lot. The parts went onto a frame that I will not part with (and has similar geometry to the Lotus), and the Lotus frame will be disposed of somehow.
Now rebuilt onto a Ron Stout frame:
Dirty street legal bike, just to contrast all these clean bike pic
As it is now. 97 Hardrock frame magic-just-enough-tension-not-to-throw-the-chain. 700c wheelset 32mm tires. 63" gear. Dirt drops. This bike changes outfits a lot, but I always find myself coming back to the fixed wheel world. Strange but fun bike.