Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by twinkiex, Nov 12, 2007.
Finally a picture of The Beast!
nice lookin querve
it is a good bike to motor
i tried buying one this summer but couldnt get through to S.T.,thanx for sharing:grin:nice lines those bikes have.howz she ride?
very cool bike!
Hi Twinkiex. I'm seriously considering getting the industrial. My problem, I will have it shipped to me fully assembled. I wonder if a complete idiot like myself would have trouble putting the wheels on and hooking things up. I live in an apt and have no garage etc.
It should'nt be too difficult....99% of what u do in life is common sense.
Besides,u always have MBc..........heaven help you. :smile:
How true. I have always planned on retiring up in the ocean park/long beach area of Wash, and now I discover that there are some really great mber's up there. Wow, the latter part of my life sure looks like it will be fun filled. At this moment I'm living in Phoenix AZ. The winters are nice but the summers are real killers.
I have a rear friction drive robin EHO35 now on a giant 27 inch mtn bike. But it starts to scare me now that I'm up so high off the ground motoring. So, I've been looking at the spookytooth bikes and they look like more my style.
roland sells both do-it-yourself kits and with 90% done
finishing the bike would be very simple
I live local and would do phone tech with you if you needed
just ask him what tools are needed to finish and the rest will be relatively painless
nice bike twinkix & welcome! hey zevo, cant wait till ya get here to ocean park man!
Nice !!! The Brisbee Az. Kid (Roland) makes a good product.
Yeah Wavy, I can't wait either. I sit and watch the clam cams for hours, dreaming. LOL:grin:
I think anyone with basic mechanical knowledge could put together a partially assembled Spooky Tooth. Its very basic, just a few bolts.
And you have phone tech support from AZ and Roland from Spooky Tooth will also talk to you at anytime. He walked me through fixing the throttle cable and even sent me a replacement free of charge when it broke.
The Industrial looks sweet! Strong frame and made for taller people. I choose The Querve for the dual two-in-one brakes and the Shimano gears. I can start it going up a hill!
I plan to buy another Spooky Tooth by this summer. A great company to work with and the best most relyable bikes. I cannot recommend Spooky Tooth enough.
How is the noise and vibration on the Qurve (I am seriously considering one). Also spookytooth recommends going no further than 30 miles at a time. Have you ever gone further?
The vibration isnt too bad. The noise isnt so bad either, not as loud as a lawnmower. Its in the shop right now. Had to get the rear tire replaced due to bending it badly several times from hitting pot holes in the dark and getting hit by a car. Throttle assemble broke again, and the clutch seal broke. I put at least 40 miles everyday on it and I have to admit I am very hard on it. I figured I put at least 8000 miles on before I needed this overhaul and thats not bad. Very relyable bike. When I get a second bike I will get another Querve. The gears make it very easy to start and ride.
I have gone on very long distance trips but after about 30 miles I stop and let it cool down completely. Have taken it up Gates Pass. I am about 175lbs and it does get me up those hills!
i would take it apart and put it together properly spooky tooth sucks !!
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