Out with the old/IN with the New!!

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by bicycle ron, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. bicycle ron

    bicycle ron Member

    My 2007 Schwinn K.K.GT Dyno Roadster with a Robin/Subaru 33.5 cc 4 stroke friction drive! Love it, but it's gotta go! On July 4th I put together my Brand new Dyno Slick Daddy with a Honda GX 50 49 cc 4 stroke! The Roadster gets around 200 mpg & 30 mph But the GX 50 go's over 40 mph and is getting better than 200 mpg!!! That baby rides like a dream! It comes stock with a 24x3 rear w/ coaster brake & 3 speed nexus, and I installed a 26x3 w/tube on the front that comes stock with disk brake. I also put on this 8' Stretch of sunshine a front spare tube bag & a rear bag with tools,c02 kit & patch kit. I can ride as far as I wanna go with this *****!!! PS- I will sell the Roadster!:cool:
     

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  2. r5579

    r5579 Member

    Those are both great looking bikes.
    If you want, PM me what you're asking for your old bike.
     
  3. bicycle ron

    bicycle ron Member

    Hey ,How R ya? I don't want to sound too pricey,I'm asking $800.00 for the Roadster. I have alot more in it. Just the motor mount,fabricating & having it chrome dipped cost $200.00. You can't buy that from Staton Inc! The bike is ment & the engine starts 1st time every time! No scratches,& no rust! And around 60 hours ride time.Allways indoor or garage kept![except when riding] 954-985-4239
     

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  4. bicycle ron

    bicycle ron Member

    Sold used bike's!

    Hey man, sorry, I just sold the Roadster. I also sold 2 Micargi Stretch cruiser's.[Mustang GTS's] I finished my Slick Daddy bike, and now maybe I can find time to build my spoiler!!!!:grin:
     

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  5. r5579

    r5579 Member

    Well they are both definitely good looking bikes.
    Good luck on your next build.
     
  6. bicycle ron

    bicycle ron Member

    Working on my Spoiler.

    Thanks man, I just came from 1 of my fabricators today, and we're making a 6.5'' wide friction drive kit for my Spoiler. I installed a 130x80x16 rear tire and I can't make a chain or belt drive work because of clearance.[unless I do away with my pedals] We can ride these bikes all around here with engines as long as we can pedal it also!
     

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  7. spoom

    spoom Member

    What type of paint did you use on the Robin's plastic engine shroud? I'm considering using some Duplicolor vinyl dye on my plastic. How has your paint held up?

    Thanks for the response. Your bikes look great!
     
  8. bicycle ron

    bicycle ron Member

    Hey spoom,I first used 400 grade & wet sanded it, then I sprayed 2 coats of [can ]primer [light grey], after drying I sprayed [can] 2 coats of Krylon enamel and topped it off with a few coats of Dupli-color clear coat. You can get these can spray paints at any Auto Zone and Home Depo stores. I let the paints dry and hardened well before each coat.
     
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