Originally Posted by waistofhumanspace
I would only suggest that you use an OLD schwinn, the steel is better to weld on IF you have to & it hold up to the vibrations too. most of the new bikes are so built with metal so thin that beer cans are thicker.
It's an old Schwinn Frontier mountain bike from the late 80's, or early 90's. It has all Shimano parts on it, so that's something I won't have to upgrade.
It seems to be well built, at least better than the stuff I saw at Wal Mart, and it has to be stronger than a Cranbrook!