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Old 06-09-2014, 05:22 AM
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Default Re: what did you do to your motorized bicycle today?

Yeah, I took it for a test ride, and one thing I hadn't noticed on the other build, but did now with the new fork on this one-
is that the shock fork also absorbs some of the momentum of my body when braking-
I'm not feeling so hard thrown forward- I can feel the shock compressing and so I feel more control there too-

another advantage!

They are sometimes hard to find with a threaded 1 inch steer tube- but I got really lucky finding this one on anm old junker in the trash- about the only thing salvageable otherwise.

Between the shock fork, the shock seatpost, and the big ole padded Bell Cruiser saddle, it's a pretty comfortable ride.
How do you like that long old school air pump behind the seat tube?
Even with 700c wheels, there's still room on the Huffy cruiser frame
The tools are under the seat- the rest is open storage.....
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