Night Ranger bike

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by Lonewolf, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. Lonewolf

    Lonewolf New Member

    Here is a pic of a "Night Ranger". Totally blackened. Just a couple more little pieces to paint.
     

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  2. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    nice motor bike

    but I am black black on black

    have fun on that MB thing
     
  3. Nice Job! Has a utilitarian sorta feel to it.
     
  4. xaznbby546x

    xaznbby546x New Member

    Hi. I was wondering which bike your's is. Is it a Greenline BC-106?
     
  5. Lonewolf

    Lonewolf New Member

    Yes. Had been looking for a economical cruiser and found it for $149 and free shipping.
     
  6. skyl4rk

    skyl4rk Guest

    Here is a pic of my Greenline, with the old HT and the new Titan:
     

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  7. xaznbby546x

    xaznbby546x New Member

    Did you have trouble with the chain rubbing against the fender and rear wheel?? Because I have the same bike as your's and I'm having some trouble with that. Could you give me some advice and maybe send some pictures?
     
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2009
  8. motoschwinn

    motoschwinn Guest

    Looks better with the happy time.
     
  9. motoschwinn

    motoschwinn Guest


    OH MAN!!! Just so cool. This is my dream bike.
     
  10. skyl4rk

    skyl4rk Guest

    I know, I looked for a long time but found no good frame mount solutions. I probably should try to build one of my own from scratch.
     
  11. F4R00QU33

    F4R00QU33 New Member

    i just built my motorbike using the same bike as you, i see you aren't using a chain guard, had any problems with that? also did you have to modify the rear fender on the greenline to make it work? It hits the chain on mine so i'm rockin it without the fender, but i really love the look of it with the fender on.
     
  12. skyl4rk

    skyl4rk Guest

    I had to bend the fender for both the HT and Titan. Just bent the metal slightly with a long nose pliers to shape it a bit then hammered it till it was where it needed to be.
     
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