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Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by GoFastBicycles, Jun 1, 2010.
Long weekend so this is what I did.
nice built i really like how that monarkfork looks on this bike
I'm really torn over whether or not I like the look of the fenders. I feel like they give the bike a more 'complete' look, but in your case, the lack of fenders gives it a 'fast/racer' look. Maybe it's just me . I may have to take them off of mine and see how it looks!
Thank you guy's for the compliments. Fenders are a must if you are building a classic but you must be sure to read up on the safety issues that have been posted.
Are you running without a tensioner or is it just not installed yet? I like the look of the tensioner-less design. What is your experience with this?
Looks like great bike! Love the forks and the seat.
Yes no tensioner. I havent fired it up yet so not sure how it will be.
Thanks I am taking a gamble on my forks to not kill me, I cant see putting $80. more in them to beef them up. If I would have done my home work on these I would have bought them from Norm and payed the extra when I had the $$$ but I have way to much in parts as it is. The frame on the bruise is the only used piece on this build the parts were for my bobber. Oh well that build will never get done.