I thoroughly enjoyed reading that, ride on anon>>1567565>>1567572>Live Uncaged
nice. I think the badge looks fine since it's basic af but at least it's not so loud like how other companies brand their bikes>>1567568
even if it was intended I still think the wrinkles look terrible but you did give the bike a proper last run instead of dumping it like the previous owner. The schwinn is a better reincarnation imo anyway>>1567569>that filename
lmao>Part and parcel of city life
it sucks sometimes but it's the only life I really know>Three of threes are gone. The last three.
no way, you got rid of the schwinn, diamonback, and the nishiki? Not the nishiki...
I also just noticed, you slapped an AC track fork on your fixie after all that work stripping and repainting the old fork? How's the handling of that fork upgrade? I had the same base bike about 5 years ago so I'm more than familiar with how it handles stock>>1567581
that's a clean super commuter, I can't believe how clean it is for a frame that's older than me.>the predecessor had more character.
I can't deny that, the previous bike had enough miles to have character. It's only been 3 months since I've put it together>>1567588
lol that saddle height>>1567589
flip that flop and bust out some fixie tricks if it's geared so low, well going downhills would suck then>>1567604
hi hambini>>1567656>muh dicc
that is a sexy frame, plz build it properly>>1567695
the hell is going on with that rear dropout?>>1567913
I like it A LOT, it looks like a cruiser that wants to go fast but can't because it's geared so low. Man, I would love cruising the streets on that thing>>1567996
I've commented on that bike before but I just realized how tight the geometry of that rear triangle is