Newbe from Montréal Canada

1hp

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Sup boys n girls
New to motorized , but experienced custom bicycle builder
Joining to get knowledge about engines and mechanics
big fan of vintage bikes and boardtrackracers
.wee.
 

Chaz

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Welcome to the forum. There's a ton of info here and some good people willing to help.

Have fun and post photos of your drop loop frames when you can. I think you need to make 5 or 6 posts before you can upload photos.
 

sbest

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Bonjour de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. Bon a entendre d'un autre Canadien. Trop froid pour faire du velo ici maintnant, mais un bontemp de faire des fabrications. Ne jamais oublier que nous voulons beaucoup de photos!
 

1hp

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Welcome to the forum. There's a ton of info here and some good people willing to help.

Have fun and post photos of your drop loop frames when you can. I think you need to make 5 or 6 posts before you can upload photos.
Nice! Thank you , my cargo is the closest thing to a drop loop i have done yet , but the one i am starting is a boardtrack racer replica
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Bonjour de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. Bon a entendre d'un autre Canadien. Trop froid pour faire du velo ici maintnant, mais un bontemp de faire des fabrications. Ne jamais oublier que nous voulons beaucoup de photos!
Merci! Super , un francais :) oui , toujour sur un projet, surtout l'hiver , je suis habituellement tres généreux avec les photo oui
 

1hp

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Thanks :) its the first thing ive built with my first welder a year ago.

@Chaz: you on RRB forum also eh ? your nickname and picture tells me something , sorry having memory probs
 

1hp

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here some of the (pedal bikes) ive customized and built :

my vision of a drift trike(pedal powered drifter)


My 1938 Elgin , everything but the naked frame was added/made including the springer fork i designed


My 1940's Centrix ,again started from a naked frame , custom tank with lights in it, and dually rear wheel



A modified cromoly peugeot into a BTR


thats my latest and funkiest bike ,(ride O'clock)that won 3rd in RRB Muscle bike buildoff this year.


looking forward to build the next one (1914 Cyclone BTR replica) with a motor to help me haul it across town
 

Chaz

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Nice bikes! You are going to have a lot of fun here.

To answer your question, I am only on this forum. There must be another chimp out there.

Keep us posted on your drop loop boardtracker frames!