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Discussion in 'Board Trackers and Vintage Motorized Bicycles' started by rudy312, Feb 21, 2017.
my Coventry eagle midget 98cc from 1932
Rudy, the photo did not attach...
You do not see the pictures ??
I can see the photos and wow, that is super. What a find! It looks great. I'm envious.
Nice! From what I can see in the photos that looks like the same Albion transmission I'm using with my Villiers 98cc build. Can you post some photos of the other side too? Very cool bike.
i can see them and when clicked on they get really huge.
love the patina, the fork design, frt and rear drum brakes, low slung seating position, the seat, big coarse tires, the tank, the bolt on top frame rails ...... i could go on and on.
a solid well built bike
just found your youtube video.
Great looking bike.
being already quite low the was drivbing position rather uncomfortable
It is mounted like this for the moment
This is a late 1930s Francis Barnett Snipe somewhere in Southern England a few years ago.
Very nice little machine
Really a nice bike, I'm a fan of duplex frames and also the Midget Villiers especially coupled to the Albion tranny. What diameter tire do you run? Rick C.
My tires have the dimensions of 2 1/2 PAR 19 INCHES