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Old 11-29-07, 06:09 PM   #1
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Pixie Bike with Oversize Mudguards

I almost forgot this bike existed. I bought a used Huffy at a garage sale for $15.00.
I added foam core fiberglass fenders to it, just so I'd have some practice fiberglassing.

Pixie bike in front of a huge oak tree.

This fiberglass is only three layers thick where it is wrapped around the frame, and only one or two layers thick overall, so I wouldn't recommend standing on them. But how many bicycle fenders can you stand on?
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Looks like it's going to take off any moment.
I bet a lot of kids could sit on those fenders at the same time.
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