Re: what did you do to your motor bike today?
Yeah, a Worksman wheel would probably be best, but unfortunately I have no way of knowing if the adapter I have will fit or not. DIY adapting is not an option for me, as my bike is my way to work and I've got nothing to fall back on if I fudge it up. I'm lucky my brother is in between jobs for a few days and can run me to work the rest of the week. While I appreciate the suggestions, please understand that I've already thrown enough money at this wheel issue, and not using what I have would be a total waste. I built this bike to be an investment, hoping that it will eventually pay for itself in gas savings (and as long as it stays on the road for at least 2 years, it will). But if I continue spending money on wheel after wheel, the bike becomes a money pit, and that I can't have. I'm determined to work with what I've got in order to attempt to make the parts I've already bought at least somewhat cost effective. If I can't do that, then I'll look at other setups.