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Old 10-25-21, 07:49 PM
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Custom Fatbike Beach Cruiser Build

Hi, I'm new to this forum and looking to build a beach cruiser just like this one. Does anyone know what brand the parts are on this bike. I cant seem to find any information about the forks, wheels, shifter, pedal crank arms, handle bars, chain, seat, brake system, front sprocket ect. Pretty much identical bike maybe change a couple of things. I know that it is a Peeks Cycle Rockstar frame out of San Diego but that's about it. This site wont allow me to post pictures or links till I have 10 post

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Old 10-27-21, 07:19 PM
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Just reply to 8 other threads tonight. Then you should be able to post a pic or link.
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Ok I will try that
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When it comes to custom beach cruisers, I think uniqueness and creativity are far more important than light weight and performance.
Since beach cruisers are not meant for performance, certain brand names and component levels are not normally required.
Don't get hung up on the specific make and vintage of components unless you are doing a correct restoration or building a klunker with period correct parts.
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