StudEbiker wrote:Your build is one of my all time favorites Paul! Would love to be able to do what you did to that bike. Must be a great ride!
Thankyou StudEbiker, yeah its a ball to ride esp offroad! I've only got sand tracks near my place which vary from very soft to semi-hard so the gears are handy for overcoming that without excess current draw. The bike's only downfall is the main drive chain pops off the front 32t crank sprocket at random - i'm working on a chain retention device now, that should cure it.
Your Bike E is looking good, i wish you could put a nice big 203mm disc rotor on that small front wheel, that would look mean
How long do you expect the build process to take? It looks really comfy to ride and i love its simple design too
Cheers Red_Liner740!Red_Liner740 wrote:God damn, that bike is sexy!!! such a clean design!!