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Old 04-13-10, 08:18 AM
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Looking for Female models for vintage bicycles

I have a variety of vintage bicycles and I am looking for female models to pose with my bikes in Toronto. Raleigh Choppers, all pimped out and 2 John Deere's as well as some really cool old tricycles. Strictly trade for picks. Every time I go for a ride on them, they always get lots of attention.
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no wheelie bar?
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Old 04-13-10, 09:06 AM
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I knew my bike was missing something! haha

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we were all envious of the kid down the block that rigged one of those from an old pair of roller skates ... he also had a kick-ass sissy bar. I love the flag and what are those red things? reflectors? lights?
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my sister had a small version of that bike, in yellow. i think it was called "chipper"

and a quick search confirms it http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3453/...b527d7403c.jpg
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Well they are old lights that run off of generator on the sissybar and everything else red is reflectors. I didn't want to wire the lights as I didn't want the wires all over my bike, I just wanted the chrome.

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we were all envious of the kid down the block that rigged one of those from an old pair of roller skates ... he also had a kick-ass sissy bar. I love the flag and what are those red things? reflectors? lights?
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Cool! I didn't know, they made a Chipper

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my sister had a small version of that bike, in yellow. i think it was called "chipper"

and a quick search confirms it http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3453/...b527d7403c.jpg
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www.onemodelplace.com or craigslist Best place to get models (craigslist also has a good selection of hookers, too....)
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easy, the lowrider bike
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