so what other non motorized bikes do you own!!!!

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  1. squire

    squire New Member

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    well i got into this because i loved bikes, here is a couple from my collection, i love kona it was the first bike i had a awesome time buildiing them, here they are.
    heres is a kona unit 29 that got fresh coat of paint and some new decals
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  2. squire

    squire New Member

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    here is the all mountina kona dawg i love ths bike you could almost huck anything!
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    I have an incomplete Schwinn Moab and a couple of Diamondback road bike frames, that's all. I don't ride regular bikes really. My MB is a Nishiki Bravo that I rode before I converted it. My wife has a next full suspension bike. THat's it. Need to sell those frames, they're taking up space.
     
  4. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Nothing real special here- I have a '59 Schwinn Panther II with a kickback hub, a really nice (to me) Panasonic 10 speed with the freewheeling crank so you can shift even at low speeds without having to pedal. I love the bike, but I had to put a cruiser style seat on it since the original seat was for masochists.

    I have a 3 speed Next bike from wmart....light, cheaply built- (I sheared the crank right off the sprocket doing "burnouts" with it, had to weld it up...)

    I also have a Trailmate Easy Ride, which will eventually get a bicycle engine kit. It's a funky looking semi-diamond frame with weird bars and big chrome fenders. I haven't been able to find any info on it.
     
  5. misteright1_99

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    I have a Motobecane That I love to ride. And my Coca Cola bike........
     

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  6. Dave31

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    I dont have anything fancy. Just a RoadMaster Mt. Sport SX and a Next Avalon CS.

    I used to ride the RoadMaster a lot and even several days a week to work. But since I got my Motorized bike I have not used them much. Just the Avalon when I was trying out the NMF tires.

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    These will soon (hopefully) be motorized. One with a 33cc WW motor and the other with a 33cc go-kart motor.
     

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  7. mabman

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    Lets see, there is the Town Bike
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    And the Single Speed Mtn. Bike
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    The Nine Speed Mtn. Bike
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    The FS Mtn. Bike
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    And the front half of this one
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    And a bunch of parts and pieces. Frames, wheels, tires, drivetrain parts etc. that has all been accumulated over a lifetime of cycling. I have to admit that the pedal bikes aren't getting alot of love right now. But it is winter.
     
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  8. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Oh yeah, I have a first generation MoonDog that isn't motorized yet, but will be soon, so I guess that counts.
     

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