Nice lookin' bike... where could I get "suspension/shock, type fork?.if you do not have suspension front forks, add them. also add a saddle with dual coil springs and you will feel the benefit. i did both of these things to my suspension-less cruiser with positive results. see pic.
dude that would be perfect for me, i'm 6'5 and from what i have found is the best suspension set-up for a MB is oil-filled shocks in the front, and a seat with dual coil springsI started to make a suspension seat post but realized it was going to make the seat to tall for me. So my plan is when I get the time is to make one for my height. It will not be as fancy as this one, all I need is the right spring which I have not had time to look for yet.
This is a shock off something....don't know where it came from. Could be a rear shock from a bicycle? I think it would work great for taller riders, I can ride with it but it is a little uncomfortable for me when I have to pedal.
But, I thought it would help you guy's get some ideals...
like these other guys said. it's as easy as picking out what kind of forks you want. Mt bike shock forks? Classic springer? lowrider springer? Whatever you want to add. make sure that the neck stem of the forks mate up with the tube one the frame. This generally isn't a problem since most neck tubes are the same length and diameter.Ok, I have a normal rigid frame old school mountain bike w/ motor. I'd like some suspension added. What do I need to look for?